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STG works in partnership with the Northshore Senior Center to provide theatre arts programing to participants with cognitive and physical disabilities. Adult participants meet once a week to explore musical theatre and movement base activities in a creative and safe environment. At the end of each quarter, participants present a final share, where family and community members are invited. Interested in participating or learning how to bring this program to your organization? Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


STG’s Digital Education Program (DEP) focuses on merging the arts and digital communication into one. We launched our DEP program in 2018 with DEAR EVAN HANSEN and in 2019, we are working with John Leguizamo’s LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS. The DEP: LAS HISTORIAS VERDADERAS will focus on researching, writing a report and creating an art project around a Latinx historical figure. The projects will be shared via social media, teaching students digital and social responsibility. This program is intended for Latinx high school populations. Once projects are completed, students will be provided with tickets to John Leguizamo’s performance of LATIN HISTORY FOR MORON on October 23, 2019 at The Moore Theatre. To learn more, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


We are presenting a sensory-friendly performance of Disney’s FROZEN! Sensory-friendly performances are designed in a supportive and judgement free environment for families. Learn more about sensory-friendly performances here.


Seattle Theatre Group (STG) and Melodic Caring Project (MCP) joined forces to provide a program that serves families and patients from the comfort of their hospital room or home. This program helps provide access to families in need.

STG/MCP in Hospitals provides the following:

  • A livestream backstage tour hosted by a Broadway cast member. Patients get to see: set, props, costumes and other magical bits from a Broadway show.
  • Patients are visited by cast members from a Broadway touring show to their hospital and in some cases, to their hospital room (arranged by STG/MCP and hospital)
  • Patients and family members who are able to engage are invited to a sing-a-long at their hospital with the cast from a Broadway show.
  • Families and patients able to attend are invited to a Broadway performance at no cost.
  • Families and patients are provided with swag from a Broadway show.

2017-18 STG/MCP in Hospitals with Disney’s Aladdin

2018-19 STG/MCP in Hospitals with Disney’s The Lion King

2019-2020 STG/MCP in Hospitals with Disney’s Frozen – Program Confirmed


(War Horse)

Through a grant received by the Broadway League in 2013, Power of Horses programing was created. Watch all three episodes below!


WAR HORSE - Part 2

WAR HORSE - Part 3



STG presented Hamilton and provided two student matinee performances for Title I high school students on March 8 & 14, 2018. Students who attended paid $10 and worked on educational materials. Read more about EDUHAM in The Seattle Times and in Seattle Magazine!


(Digital Education Program: Power to Inspire)

STG launched a new initiative in partnership with the show Dear Evan Hansen called “The Digital Education Program (DEP): Power to Inspire.” Schools from Washington attended a student matinee performance on January 24, 2019. Students paid $10. Each student had to complete an educational art project. To see projects, click here (PDF). Read more about Dear Evan Hansen in a story from KOMO news.


Broadway at Kent

This program takes place at either Kent Senior Center (600 East Smith Street; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 253.856.5164) or Kent Library (212 2nd Avenue N; 253.859.3330).

STG's Broadway at Kent is a workshop program in partnership with the Kent Senior Center, Kent Library and Seattle Theatre Group. Dancers of all skill levels and ages are invited to take classes inspired by Broadway shows being presented at The Paramount Theatre.  These classes are taught by local STG artists and not by a company member from the show.

Join us for our 2019-20 Broadway at Kent workshops! Broadway @ Kent Workshop Leaders (PDF)

MISS SAIGON at Kent Senior Center

  • Friday, October 11th, 2019 from 1:30pm-3:00pm
  • Taught by Adriana Wright


  • Friday, December 13th, 2019 from 1:30pm-3:00pm
  • Taught by Gaynell Walker and QuiQui Dominguez

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF at Kent Senior Center

  • Friday, December 20th, 2019 from 1:30pm-3:00pm
  • Taught by Adriana Wright

Disney’s Frozen at Kent Library

  • Sunday, January 26th, 2020 from 2:00pm-3:30pm
  • Taught by Faith Howes and Aishé Keita


  • Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 from 2:00pm-3:30pm
  • Taught by Anuhea Brown

THE BOOK OF MORMON at Kent Library

  • Sunday, April 19th, 2020 from 2:00pm-3:30pm
  • Taught by Brad Walker

ANASTASIA at Kent Library

  • Saturday, May 16th, 2020 from 2:00pm-3:30pm
  • Taught by Samantha Canela and Rachel McKinney

MEAN GIRLS at Kent Library

  • Sunday, July 26th, 2020 from 2:00pm-3:30pm
  • Taught by Faith Howes and Ayanna Omar


Photo with Adam McDonald, Music Director from WICKED

Beyond the Pit provides an opportunity for young musicians ages 14-20 of all skill levels to observe a free professional Broadway orchestra rehearsal at The Paramount Theatre. Jack Klitzman, STG’s Music Director for Broadway, provides music education background as local musicians work with touring show musicians to prepare for the upcoming show. To learn more about Beyond the Pit events, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


School or community groups attending a Broadway performance can request a behind the scenes tour or a talkback with the cast by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Beyond the Curtain is an educational program inspired by the power that the arts have to conjure our imaginations. These pre-show discussions explore topics and themes related to select Broadway and STG performing arts season performances. Knowledgeable guest speakers conduct thought-provoking conversation that expands and deepens your experience of the performance. Invitations are reserved for select Donors, Subscribers, and Paramount Club members. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn more about this program.

Christoph Giebel - MISS SAIGON

Christoph Giebel, A hospital ship medic in Indonesian waters in the Vietnamese refugee crisis around 1980, Christoph Giebel was among the first Western students to study in post-war Viet Nam (1986-87). Holding a 1996 Cornell PhD, he has taught Southeast Asian history and Vietnamese Studies at the University of Washington since 1998. He regularly leads UW student groups to Viet Nam, with an academic focus on war legacies near the former DMZ.

Kitty Daniels - THE HARD NUT

Kathryn "Kitty" Daniels is internationally recognized as a master dance educator who specializes in integrating and applying dance science and somatics principles to dance technique education. As Chair of the Dance Department at Seattle’s Cornish College of the Arts from 1986 to 2015, she developed an innovative and progressive educational program that balanced rigorous professional preparation with student wellness. She began her professional career as a performer with ballet and modern dance companies in Europe and the United States including the Bill Evans Dance Company, Concert Dance Company of Boston and Beth Soll and Dancers. She has taught at colleges and intensive workshops nationally and internationally including the Bill Evans Summer Institutes of Dance and Teachers Intensives, London Contemporary Dance School, California State University Summer Arts Programs, University of Washington, and Boston University. She has presented her research and taught master classes at conferences of the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science, the National Dance Association, the National Dance Education Organization, DanceUSA, National Association of Schools of Dance, Not Just Any Body and Soul and American College Dance Festival Association. Her articles have been published in the Journal of Dance Education, the Journal of Dance Medicine and Science, Dance Teacher, Kinesiology and Medicine for Dance, and Kinesiology for Dance. She currently teaches at the University of Washington and in the Seattle Dance for Parkinsons Program.

Pamela Brown Lavitt - FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

Pamela Brown Lavitt is the Director of Arts + Ideas and Festivals at the Stroum Jewish Community Center, presenting over 100 international guest artists annually in the Greater Seattle Region and during the Seattle Jewish Film and SeaJAM: Seattle Jewish Arts + Music Festivals to inspire, connect, and celebrate community and Jewish life and culture in the region. Trained as a theatre scholar, Pamela completed her doctoral coursework at NYU Tisch School of the Arts Department of Performance Studies Department and learned Yiddish at the Columbia University YIVO Institute Yiddish Studies Program. She has taught at NYU and at UW, and as an oral historian, folklorist, and arts programmer, has shaped numerous public projects including museum exhibits in NY and in Seattle. She has published scholarly papers and popular articles on Jews in theatre, film, and popular culture. In 2018, she was awarded the Pamela Waechter z”l Jewish Communal Leadership Award.


Want to customize a theatre workshop or residency at your school for one of the Broadway shows? Looking for an assembly? STG can provide one or multiple visits.


For more information regarding any of our Broadway Education Programs, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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