Go "inside" Broadway with us. Go behind the scenes. We have tours and events.
We want to invite you into our world, show you its cast of characters and have you feel the drama (and sometimes comedy) that unfolds right here behind the scenes of Broadway.
Our tour guides and instructors are professional Broadway actors and singers who take their role of Broadway ambassadors seriously. They are also New York City licensed tour guides and look forward to meeting you and to answer your questions.
Tom - Chief Ambassador
Tom is a professional actor and singer. He received his training at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) and has traveled the world performing Opera and Musical Theater for over 20 years. He has sung at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall with the New York Philharmonic and his theater credits comprise some of the greatest shows in Broadway history including West Side Story, Man of La Mancha, Carousel, Oklahoma, The Sound of Music, Camelot and Fiddler on the Roof, to name a few.
Tom is also a member of the theater unions Actors Equity Association and AGMA. He performs regularly throughout the US and Canada with the corporate entertainment group, The Three Waiters, a comedy/opera troupe that has performed over 6,000 shows worldwide.
His love of Broadway and NYC history inspired him to become a licensed tour guide so he could share his knowledge and experience of the Theater District from a perspective no other tour provides. As a working actor, Tom has the inside stories that bring Broadway Theater to life and he looks forward to being your guide along the Great White Way.
Samantha is a born and raised Texan, but after 10 years in NYC, she is officially a real New Yorker. Sam is a director and stage manager for theater, and an assistant director for film and miniseries.
She is the Artistic Director of the Chappell Players Theatre Group at St. John's University where she directed Rent, Seussical, and 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. She has directed for the acclaimed off-broadway theater companies MCC and The Flea, and assistant directed at Juilliard, New Georges, and Adirondack Theatre Festival.
In film, Sam was the Production Manager for the Academy Award winning documentary short film Strangers No More, and works behind-the-scenes on HBO's miniseries MasterClass. Currently, Sam is filming Shakespeare's most beloved plays for a new iPad App. She received the Gold Key for Directing from Marymount Manhattan College, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Collin Theatre Center in Texas.
Tom grew up in the Fairfield County area of Connecticut, and after college made New York City his home! Having experienced theatre and Broadway from a young age, Tom has gone on to perform locally and regionally around the country.
Favorite shows include: Long Wharf Theatre (Tom Stoppard’s Travesties), Shakespeare on the Sound (Macbeth) and Connecticut Free Shakespeare (Much Ado About Nothing), Brigadoon (Harry Beaton), Cabaret (Emcee), Man of La Mancha (Don Quixote) and many others.
Tom currently works with the off-Broadway Signature Theatre Company, and also is Artistic Director of the Valley Shakespeare Festival. He has also gone onto be a part of several pre-Broadway workshops: A Diamond as Big as the Ritz and a revival of Noel Cowards Semi-Monde.
Tommy looks forward to sharing Broadways legends and treasures with you!
Remy is a native of Tampa,FL. He received a BFA in Theatre from NYU (CAP21/Strasberg Studios) where he also was a tour guide for the college.
Remy's performance credits include- National Tours: Bunnicula with TheatreworksUSA . Regional Theatre: Hairspray, The Fantasticks. New York Theatre: Bradley Cole, Two Gentlemen of Verona the Musical, The Who's Tommy, True Love, and Little Shop of Horrors. Film: The Feast of Stephen (as Stephen) directed by James Franco.
Remy is also a proud member of Actor's Equity Association.
Originally from Minneapolis, MN, Ethan came to New York to study acting at NYU, and now calls the Big Apple home. With a passion for the arts, New York City and meeting people from around the world, he's thrilled to join the Inside Broadway team.
As a professional actor, Ethan has toured the country eight times, and performed in 27 states. Favorite roles include Bob Cratchit in A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Reg in THE FULL MONTY, Bud Frump in HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING and George Cohan in GEORGE M COHAN: IN HIS OWN WORDS. He is a member of Actors' Equity Association and the League of Independent Theaters, and is one of the founders of Elephant Run District, an indie theater company dedicated to producing entertaining and socially-relevant work.
Ethan also works as an adjunct instructor at the Central Park Zoo, teaching science and conservation concepts through theater. In his spare time, he can be found reading up on the latest technology news, cheering on the Brooklyn Cyclones and eating his way through the city.