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Broadway Programs

STG’s Broadway Programs include a variety of events, residencies, and experiences that include an intersection of educational and community engagement opportunities in relation to Broadway shows, artists, and themes.

If you are able to donate to support any of our programs, please visit our Support page - thank you!

Sensory Friendly & Inclusive Performance

WHAT IS A SENSORY-FRIENDLY PERFORMANCE?

Sensory-friendly and inclusive performances are designed to provide a supportive and judgment-free environment for people affected by sensory processing challenges so they may enjoy the shared experience of live theatre.

Learn more about upcoming sensory-friendly or inclusive performances, and read about past programs and performances here.

Broadway Inclusion Program

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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. For more information click here.

Disney Musicals in School

Collage of kids enjoying the Disney Musicals in Schools program

Disney Musicals In Schools (DMIS) is a free program where STG Teaching Artists partner with educators and staff members in selected Title I elementary schools to produce Disney KIDS musicals and create sustainable theatre programs at their schools.

For more information click here.

Beyond The Pit

Beyond the Pit provides an opportunity for musicians of all ages and skill levels to observe a free professional Broadway orchestra rehearsal at The Paramount Theatre. Jack Klitzman, STG’s Music Director for Broadway, provides sheet music and connection as local musicians work with touring show musicians to prepare for the upcoming show.

To learn more about Beyond the Pit events, please contact Leah Townsend – Community Engagement Manager at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

COMING UP THIS SEASON:

TINA: The Tina Turner Musical
Tuesday, September 12, 2023
9:30 am - 11:30 am
The Paramount Lobby

MJ: The Musical
Tuesday, December 5, 2023
9:30 am - 11:30 am
The Paramount Lobby

FREE TO ATTEND – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

STG’s Broadway & Performing Arts Workshop Series

Meany Hall for the Performing Arts
October 2023 – April 2024
$15 one workshop series
$40 three workshop series
$75 entire workshop series (7 total in the series)

Register Here

A monthly series of workshops featuring local, national and Broadway guest artists for young aspiring dancers. Each workshop series will consist of 2 classes held one Saturday a month from October - April. Based on show/artist availability, subject to change. Dancers will also have the option to volunteer as dancers for the DANCE This Youth Choreographers Lab, which includes a final share performance.

This program is in partnership with the University of Washington’s Department of Dance.

This program is intended for intermediate to advanced level dance students, ages 14-18.

Past Programs

Here you will find programs STG has led in previous years or are currently postponed due to COVID-19.