Museum of Broadway

When the front row just isn’t close enough, head on over to THE MUSEUM OF BROADWAY, an immersive theatrical experience devoted to musicals, plays, and the people who make them. Featuring the work of dozens of designers, artists and historians, THE MUSEUM OF BROADWAY highlights groundbreaking moments in Broadway’s history in a series of exhibits that showcase – and show off – dazzling costumes, props, renderings, rare photos, videos, and more. Students get in with a special discount. Get info and tickets.



Auditions for this year’s Slam, aka PPAS Student Talent Show, will be
in person this Wednesday, April 19, and Thursday, April 20.

Mr. Vasallo has posted the audition sign-up sheet outside his door.


The Slam will be Friday, April 28 at 7 pm

Come See DR4 Show

Waterwell’s New Works Lab

Kill The Messenger is a biting apocalyptic satire, raising critical questions about whose lives are protected in modern society. “I hope people walk away from this play thinking — not so much about what is right or wrong in regards to any of the topics brought up — but rather, I hope people reflect more deeply on how difficult it is to make decisions and policies that are just and acknowledge all of the different needs of our collective community.” 

– Playwright, Liz MorganDrama 4: New Works Lab ’23

Kill the Messenger
A New Play by
Directed by Michael Raine
Commissioned by Waterwell

March 29th-April 1st at 7pm with an additional 4pm show on 3/31.

Get tickets now!

TA 7 Musical Revue

It Will or It Won’t is a musical revue that examines the unique and varied relationships we encounter in our lives. Using familiar tunes from the musical theatre and pop canons, the audience will be introduced to a wide range of characters, many of whom find themselves at a difficult crossroads. Conceived by the cast, this show explores romantic and familial relationships, friendships, and the journey toward self-love and acceptance in the face of doubt. With humor, honesty, and tremendous heart, It Will or It Won’t reminds us to continue learning and letting go, no matter which way things turn out.

Directed/ Music Directed by Marissa Davis
Stage Managed by Alyssa Wortman
Assistant Stage Manager  Aurora Pagan
Line Produced by  Jane Kehoe & Christina Gonzalez & Heather Lanza

Featuring the Waterwell Drama Program Theater Arts Class of 2023, 2024 & 2025

Purchase tickets online

Show times:

Weds, March 15th @ 7pm in the PPAS Blackbox

Thurs, March 16th @ 7pm in the PPAS Blackbox

We hope to see you there !

College Learning Opportunities

In the spirit of cooperation, six of the nation’s top liberal arts collegesAmherst, Bowdoin, Carleton, Pomona, Swarthmore, and Williams—are joining forces to offer you an opportunity to connect with our deans of admission as they reflect on this year’s application season and help you prepare for the season ahead. 

Student Events — Help us spread the word.

We’re hosting events for students and their families to help answer questions about the college search process. Students can register here.

Junior Jumpstart – March 14 at 8 pm EDT
Home Away from Home: A Conversation for International Students – March 28 at 8:30 am EDT
Fly-in Programs and Other Ways to Get to Know Us – April 19 at 8 pm EDT

Summer Youth Employment Program

The Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is the nation’s largest youth employment program, connecting NYC youth between the ages of 14 and 24 with career exploration opportunities and paid work experience each summer.

Through SYEP, participants can explore different interests and career pathways, develop productive workplace habits, and engage in learning experiences that strengthen their social, civic, and leadership skills.

By participating in structured project and work-based opportunities, NYC youth are better prepared for careers of the future.

See link below to apply and if students need assistance they should email or come see Dr. Davis in the Learning Center.