Journalist Shoshana (@bwaySHO) and YouTuber/musician Howard Ho (@howardwho) discuss parlaying their love of theatre into full-fledged careers of their own design.


About the Panelists

Shoshana is a theatre reporter and photographer for bwaySHO, a company she created to make theatre more accessible. You can watch her coverage on @bwaySHO across platforms, including Broadway and Off-Broadway Opening Nights, Galas and Award SHOs, Free Theatre Performances, Special Events and more. Shoshana’s coverage of Broadway in Bryant Park is especially notable, with two of her Beetlejuice videos reaching over 1 Million views. She looks forward to connecting with all of you. See you at the SHO!

Howard Ho is a writer, composer and Youtuber. His Youtube channel ( dissecting the music of musical theatre has over 100,000 subscribers and has been recognized by Lin-Manuel Miranda. His play VARIOUS EMPORIA was a 2017 O’Neill National Playwrights Finalist as well as a Finalist in the ScreenCraft Stage Play Competition. His short musical END OF THE LINE (co-written with Kristen Rea and Chris Edgar) was a Finalist in The Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival, published in Theatre Now New York’s Short Musical Anthology and is currently licensed by Musical Theatre International. His journalism has been published in the LA Times, Entertainment Weekly, Howlround, and American Theatre magazine. He has sound designed over 50 theatrical productions and has been nominated twice for Ovation Awards in sound design. He’s studied improv with Freestyle Love Supreme and Cold Tofu and holds degrees from UCLA & USC.

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What to Expect

  • The day of the meeting, you’ll head to Instagram to join our IG Live. Be prepared to take notes!
  • Only panelists will be on screen, but you’ll have the chance to ask questions LIVE via the chat.
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