Let’s celebrate Broadway choruses and ensembles!

Cast on opening night - 'Fiddler on the Roof'

Top: Lindiwe Dlamini and the Broadway chorus of The Lion King. Above: Fiddler on the Roof company reaching out to touch Jeffrey Schechter’s robe for good luck on opening night.

It takes a whole cast to make a great show.


The chorus isn’t optional: Broadway performers know that the success of a show depends on the whole cast. The whole cast should be eligible for Tonys!

How Equity celebrates choruses and ensembles >>


Cats with only one cat? We don’t think so. Broadway’s classic spectacles wouldn’t make sense without their full companies on the stage.

See why we need Everyone On Stage >>

More stories of and about Broadway choruses and ensembles

Chorus and ensemble performers create the spectacular scenes that make classic American shows so memorable. Read more >>

Many of Broadway’s most beloved lead performers started out their Broadway careers in choruses and ensembles. Read more >>

Some of the best plays and musicals are stories about performers working together behind the scenes. Read more >>

About Everyone On Stage

We launched Everyone On Stage because choruses and ensembles are integral to the success of Broadway theatrical productions. These hard-working, committed  performers deserve their own awards categories! Learn more >>


Want to do more for this campaign?

If you’re a professional performer or otherwise connected to the American theatre, and you can think of a special way you can advance this campaign, please contact us directly. We’d love to have your help!