Museum of Broadway Educational Workshops

By 2/16/2023 11:32:00 AM

The Museum of Broadway will begin offering onsite age-appropriate educational workshops and resources for school group visitors.

useum of Broadway Educational Workshops for school group

Teachers who bring student groups to the Museum of Broadway will have access to an educational workbook, created by theatre scholar Barrie Gelles, that can be used for a pre- or post-trip curriculum.

Learn more about these educational offerings at the Museum of Broadway, during virtual info sessions held on March 16 at 4pm and March 18 at 2pm.

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Pre-visit lessons have been tailored based on grade level and the themes available include “The Making of a Broadway Show,” “Musical Theatre as a Genre,” “Identity Politics On Stage,” “Retelling History on Stage,” and “Adaptations and (Re)Writing for Theatre.”

Following a visit to the Museum of Broadway, teachers and students can further engage with their assigned theme with provided post-visit discussions, writing assignments, and writing projects. These resources are available at no additional cost for student groups.

In addition to these free resources, groups can also participate in a 60-minute workshop in the Museum of Broadway’s studio space directly following their visit. Topics explored in these workshops include “Broadway History 101,” “Backstage Story,” and “Making of the Museum.”

Schools interested in adding a workshop to their visit can book one for an additional $25 per person with a Museum of Broadway ticket. The minimum group size needed to book a workshop is 20 students.

The Museum of Broadway, located in the heart of Times Square at 145 W 45th St, opened to the public on November 15, 2022, and is the first-ever permanent museum dedicated to the storied history and legendary artistry of Broadway musicals, plays, and theaters.

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