Fetch might not be a thing, but the Mean Girls musical totally is. Join SDACA and your fellow Broadway babes for as many theater performances as your drama heart can handle!
Will you always be a diehard Renthead? What about one of the Guilty Ones? Are you a big phan of Phantom of the Opera? Then you’re going to love SDACA’s latest event lineup! There are a ton of Broadway shows to see, but be careful—tickets are limited, so you should reserve your spot as early as possible to ensure you’ll get a seat.
Dear Evan Hansen
Wednesday, December 6 | 8:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m. | Music Box Theater, 239 West 45th Street
You will be found at Dear Evan Hansen, a new original musical that was named “one of the most remarkable shows in [...] history” by The Washington Post. It’s been described as contemporary and fresh, tackling issues of suicide, grief, and social anxiety head-on.
Tuesday, January 30 | 7:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m. | Palace Theatre, 1564 Broadway
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? A not-so-square-shaped Ethan Slater, as well as the cast and crew of SpongeBob SquarePants. This isn’t a show just for kids, either! A roster of Grammy Award winners contributed to this production, including Yolanda Adams, Aerosmith, Sara Bareilles, Cyndi Lauper, John Legend, and many others.
Friday, February 23 | 8:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m. | Shubert Theatre, 225 West 44th Street
This is not a production to be missed! Come for the laughter, the love, and, of course, the living legend herself: Bernadette Peters, who stars in the title role. Hello, Dolly! is one of Broadway’s most enduring musicals for a reason—one you’re sure to fall in love with the moment you get there.
Wednesday, March 7 | 8:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m. | Imperial Theatre, 249 West 45th Street
Starring Jessie Mueller and Joshua Henry, Carousel is a mainstay in the musical theater world, and an absolute must-see for any Broadway fan. It’s also said to be Richard Rodgers’ favorite, so you know you can’t go wrong.
Thursday, April 19 | 7:00 p.m .–10:00 p.m. | August Wilson Theater, 245 West 52nd Street
On Tuesdays, they wear pink, so keep that color at home before you head over to the theater! Mean Girls is one of the most highly anticipated musicals to debut next year. We hope it’s made out of rainbows and smiles!
- Academic Programs
- Academic Calendar
- Academic Advisement
- Advising Center for Exploring Majors
- Athletics and Recreation
- Career Services
- Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR)
- Class Schedule
- Colleges and Schools
- Computer Labs
- Dining Services (NYC)
- Dining Services (PLV)
- Disabilities and Accommodations
- Extended Hours for Students
- Financial Aid
- Global Pathways
- Health Services
- Housing and Residential Life
- ITS Help Desk
- International Students
- Learning Center
- LGBTQA Center
- New Student IT Resources
- NJ Transit Monthly Pass
- Office of First Year Experience
- Office of Multicultural Affairs, NYC
- Office of Student Assistance (OSA)
- Pace One Card
- PaceAlert System
- Pforzheimer Honors College
- Safety and Security
- Scholarships and Grants
- Sexual Assault Resources
- Student Development and Campus Activities (NYC)
- Student Development and Campus Activities (PLV)
- Student Grievance Procedures
- Student Handbook
- Student Health Insurance
- Student IT Resources
- Student Organizations and Clubs
- Study Abroad
- Summer Session
- Transfer Student Services
- White Pages
- Writing Center
- Student Resources
- Emergency Notifications
- Schedule Explorer
- Textbook Lookup Utility
Rachel Vetterman ’22 transferred to Pace to pursue a combined degree: a BA in Childhood Education and an MSEd in Special Education. She’s passionate about supporting all the students she’s worked with, but it was one moment on the job that really changed her perspective.
The Passionate Educator
Gabriela Wojcik ’21 is a first-gen American who transferred to Pace eager to explore all the opportunities her Communication Studies major offered. She’s the current vice president of Tau Sigma, and she hopes to guide other transfer students, too.
The Vice President
On Tuesday, October 20, Emmy Award-winning actor and political activist Richard Schiff will talk all things politics with Pace President Marvin Krislov. Schiff will also discuss his role in the hit drama series The West Wing, and how life often imitates art.
Talking Points with Richard Schiff