Playbill.com's Big 10 2022 List: The 10 Most Represented Colleges on Broadway in the 2021-2022 Season
AMDA College of the Performing Arts has earned Playbill’s #2 spot as the college with the second most graduates appearing on Broadway in the 2021-2022 Season.
Playbill’s Big 10 List of the Most Represented Colleges on Broadway is published each year and includes a list of all the graduates for each college who performed in a Broadway show from August 22, 2021 to May 4, 2022.
A distinction of this magnitude confirms AMDA’s status as the premier performing arts college with training in musical theatre, acting, acting for camera, dance, and performing arts. AMDA’s students receive world class training on AMDA’s New York and Hollywood campuses in classrooms and on stages taught by world-renowned faculty who combine industry-focused professional training with academic rigor.
This achievement honors and acknowledges the hard work of 38 AMDA graduates who have turned in show stopping performances on Broadway during the 2021-2022 season.
Dean Acrees (Chicken & Biscuits), Netanel Bellaishe (Aladdin), Maria Briggs (The Music Man), Krystal Joy Brown (Hamilton), Colin Cunliffe (Paradise Square), Kevin Curtis (Moulin Rouge! The Musical), Charity Angél Dawson (Waitress, Mrs. Doubtfire), Asia Kate Dillon (Macbeth), Karli Dinardo (Moulin Rouge! The Musical), Josh Drake (Aladdin), John Edward (MJ The Musical), Leandra Ellis-Gaston (Tina: The Tina Turner Musical), Alexander Ferguson (Hamilton), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Take Me Out), Carissa Fiorillo (Aladdin), Jenny Florkowski (Wicked), Kyle Ramar Freeman (A Strange Loop), J. Harrison Ghee (Mrs. Doubtfire), Jennie Harney-Fleming (Hamilton), Christopher Jackson (Freestyle Love Supreme), Taylor Symone Jackson (Ain't Too Proud—The Life and Times of the Temptations), Kristen Jeter (The Book of Mormon), Caissie Levy (Caroline, or Change), Brittney Mack (Six: The Musical), Jarvis B. Manning, Jr. (Ain't Too Proud—The Life and Times of the Temptations), Ebony Marshall-Oliver (Chicken & Biscuits), Anastacia McCleskey (Waitress, Caroline, or Change), Jay McKenzie (Paradise Square), Harper Miles (Caroline, or Change), Kenita R. Miller (for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf), Domonique Paton (Wicked), Soara-Joye Ross (Hadestown), Kyle Scatliffe (Hamilton), Housso Semon (The Lion King, Girl From the North Country), Christopher Sieber (Company), Carla R. Stewart (Tina: The Tina Turner Musical), Stephanie Torns (Waitress), Joy Woods (Six: The Musical)
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