Announcing The 2nd Annual

PLAYBILLder™ Award for Marketing

Recognizing comprehensive and engaging marketing plans that include
the production of a Broadway-quality program created with PLAYBILLder.

Reward the creativity, design skills and teamwork of your students
to WIN a free program license, a commemorative framed copy of the winning program and $500 for your theatre department

Enter your school’s official digital program in the 2018-2019 PLAYBILLder Marketing Award


Any high school located in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island, Orange and Rockland Counties, or Westchester that has published a PLAYBILLder program for an officially licensed production of a Broadway musical during the current academic year.


Any schools participating in the Roger Rees Awards that create a PLAYBILLder for their production will be eligible for the PLAYBILLder Marketing Award. Schools should also submit additional materials including a brief paragraph outlining the goals and inspiration behind the marketing campaign; a description of student involvement in the campaign’s execution; links to or screenshots of social media posts, flyers, posters; and any other advertising materials created for the production.


Submit the official PLAYBILLder and marketing materials for your school production via email at or by mail to Playbill Marketing Award, c/o Logan Culwell-Block, 729 7th Avenue 4th Floor, New York, NY 10019.


Applications must be received before Monday, May 6, 2019


The winner will be selected by a panel of judges from Playbill, evaluating entries based on the quality of the PLAYBILLder-created program, including layout, imagery, and text; level of student participation; creativity of any non-PLAYBILLder marketing materials; and excellence in community engagement through advertising featured within the PLAYBILLder program.

The winning school will be announced at the 2019 Roger Rees Awards on Sun., May 19, 2019.

PLAYBILLder is the exclusive web-based custom publishing division of Playbill Inc., publishers of the iconic Playbill in-theatre magazine for Broadway in New York and other major markets. For more information, visit or contact Logan Culwell-Block,