Pace Named One of Top 10 Most Represented Colleges on Broadway

September 11, 2023
A Pace University student wearing a black jacket sings into a microphone

Pace has a long history of producing top-tier performing arts talent, and Broadway is taking notice. For the second year in a row, Pace has been named one of the top ten most represented colleges on the Broadway stage by Playbill, one of the leading theatre news publications.

From classics like Chicago, to new favorites like Hamilton and Hadestown, Pace performers are stepping into the spotlight in some of the best productions, right in the heart of the theatre world. Check out the full list at Playbill.

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