Broadway Inclusion Program
- About STG’s Broadway Inclusion Program
- Livestream Classes – FREE FOR ALL
- In Person Sessions
About STG’s Broadway Inclusion Program
STG’s Broadway Inclusion Program provides theatre arts programming to neurodivergent and/or disabled community members and their families and caregivers. Participants tend to be between 8-50 years old, but all ages and abilities are welcome!
Participants meet once a week to explore musical theatre and movement-based activities in a creative and safe environment. At the end of each quarter, participants present a final share, where friends and family are invited to observe and participate. This program is now run via livestream, recorded classes, and in-person.
Livestream Classes – FREE FOR ALL
All livestream classes are recorded (of the teaching artists only) and uploaded to a private YouTube playlist so that participants can re-play a session, make-up a missed session, or primarily participate through the recorded sessions if desired.
Participants can select to join however works best for them whether it’s joining the livestream class (with camera turned on or off – your choice), watching the recorded sessions once they’re uploaded to the playlist, or a combination! You can join from a seated or standing position, move around and take breaks as needed, and participate in as much or little as you want at any time.
Participants will be muted through the class and the focus will be on the Teaching Artists leading the content. At the end of class, we will offer an optional connection time where participants can opt in to stay and join our break-out group rooms to say hello, ask questions, or talk to the Teaching Artists and other participants for the last 2-3 minutes of class.
55 minute session
- Hairspray (SUMMER June 5 - August 7, no class July 3)
In Person Sessions
Seattle Theatre Group is grateful for the continuous community partnerships we have for this program.
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