EduHam at Home was created in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak that forced school closures throughout the country. It is an extension of the Hamilton Education Program (EduHam), which has served more than 160,000 students across the country since 2016. Through EduHam, students study primary source documents from the Founding Era, learn how Lin-Manuel Miranda used such documents to create the musical Hamilton, and finally create their own original performance pieces based on the same material.

EduHam at Home provides a family version of EduHam that can be accomplished outside of a school setting. It will continue to be available through August 2020.

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The Gilder Lehrman Institute is excited to announce a new program that features Hamilton cast members reading award-winning children’s books followed by a discussion of the history behind the story led by Gilder Lehrman Education Fellow Keisha Rembert.

Join us for Read Alongs on Wednesday and Friday afternoons at 1 p.m. ET.

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Want to hang out with Broadway stars? Now is your chance!  Join hosts Talia Suskauer (Be More Chill, Wicked) and Anthony Chatmon (Hadestown, Be More Chill) for a fun filled evening of behind the scenes stories, Broadway trivia, Broadway themed prizes, a Q&A and more! This is a LIVE Broadway party like no other. So, don’t throw away your shot to be more chill with these fabulous hosts!

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An online training program taught by Broadway professionals, designed to keep you connected to the industry and take your skills to the next level. Through this program, you will learn what it takes to be successful and where to best spend your time and effort as you navigate the “great mystery” of pursuing musical theater.

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Disney's THE LION KING is offering this free, interactive education initiative offers multi-course curricula exploring the theatre-making process!

The web-based curriculum, launched in 2015, was originally designed to be facilitated in a classroom as an enhancement for schools producing KIDS and JR. adaptations of The Lion King through Music Theatre Internation, but with the new step-by-step guidelines, students are able to participate under social distancing measures.

The materials contain all of the tools needed for The Lion King Experience’s experiential theatre curriculum (an 11-session course for the students aged 8-11 and an 18-session course for students aged 12-15), including video instruction, at-home learning instructions, and student materials.

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Broadway in Hollywood celebrates the efforts of our dear friends at Center Theatre Group who have been talking about new ways to inspire conversation and build community around art—and what that can look like while all of our stages are dark. They have created the ARTS GOES ON initiative, celebrating the belief that this can also be a powerful time of reflection, reimagining, and innovation around how we bring artists, audiences, and communities together.

EXPLORE CTG'S #ArtGoesOn CONTENT

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Our dear friends at The Geffen Playhouse are programming a TERRIFIC program lovingly (and cleverly) titled GEFFEN STAYHOUSE, where they'll continue to share exclusive, original content every Wednesday from some of their wonderful Geffen alumns and favorite theater artists!

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SESSIONS BEGIN JULY 1ST!

Laguna Playhouse Education Summer Programs will be exclusively online, this summer.  Each session is 4 days/week and 2 weeks long.

Mornings sessions focus on developing performance skills. Classes may include the following: acting, voice, physicality, dance, acting for film, improv, playwriting/screenwriting, and guest visits from stars of Broadway, Professional Theatre, Film & TV.

Afternoon sessions focus on rehearsal of a 60-minute production that will be performed virtually. This may be a play or a musical or an original work written & created by the students.

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Take dance and acting classes direct from the talented people who perform on Broadway! Thanks to our dear friends at McCoy/Rigby Arts for providing this terrific curriculum!

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During this unprecedented time, the terrific team over at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts are here to deliver the best artistic content with you so that we can stay connected and keep your spirits bright.

Featuring an array of free and on-demand content, you'll have access to unique classical music and dance performances, online theatre performances and readings from the likes of Patrick StewartHersey Felder, and more, AND BritWeek 2020 in-house videos (available for a limited time).

START STREAMING WITH THE WALLIS NOW

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Courtesy of one of the finest Arts institutions in the U.S., we are proud to share with you KENNEDY CENTER @ HOME.

Enjoy free videos of extraordinary live and on-demand performances and educational activities to do at home, with new releases daily.

Offerings include Kennedy Center Honors specials, LIVE Couch Concerts, At home activities, and much more!

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Courtesy of Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum: Distance Learning Academy of the Classics has been incredible - and there are still dozens of classes happening online through Theatricum this summer! Join them for Shakespeare, Monologues, Games, Music, Dance, Playwriting, and much much more, all taught by Theatricum's expert teaching artists!

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CAMP BROADWAY LAUNCHES VIRTUAL CLASSES WITH CARE.COM

To inspire theater loving kids to keep singing, dancing and being creative, Camp Broadway® is launching a series of online classes. The series starts with “The Play’s the Thing”, a unique 60-minute virtual creative writing workshop designed for children ages 6-9 and 10-13 (limited to 15 students) through Care.com. Taught by professional actor, director and master teacher, Theo Lencicki, each class features a series of activities that includes an icebreaker, an explanation of narrative structure, a dialogue exercise, a brainstorming session and collective “putting it all together” process that results in each child writing an original 1-2 minute narrative. This class is the perfect opportunity for children to learn how to collaborate, express creative ideas and work as a team toward a common goal—all while having fun and meeting new friends.

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From our friends at 3D Theatricals comes 3D+U! Available free to all arts lovers! Here is your portal to all of the behind-the-scenes goings on of what it takes to put on a show. Hear from industry professionals ranging from producers, directors, choreographers, actors, and much more!

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NOW AVAILABLE FOR STREAMING

This special edition of AP U.S. History class will cover topics on analyzing evidence, using source material, and providing historical context with special guest, Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator and original star of Broadway’s Tony-winning musicals, HAMILTON and IN THE HEIGHTS.

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BROUGHT TO YOU BY A PARTNERSHIP WITH BROADWAY PODCAST NETWORK

From Yoga Workouts, to TEDX conversations, Dance Classes, At Home Plays, and More...PLAYBILL has your one-stop shop!

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Our friends at Pasadena Playhouse have created a TERRIFIC way to help families pass the time while keeping safer at home! Enjoy a full day of fun with their #PlayAtHome Family Kit. Download coloring or activity sheets, and share your experience by tagging @pasadenaplayhouse on social media or using the hashtag #PlayAtHome!

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60-MINUTE VIRTUAL LECTURES EVERY TUESDAY AT 5:00PM PT WITH BROADWAY PRODUCER ADAM EPSTEIN

11-Week Webinar | May 12–Jul 21, 2020 | Brought to you by Pasadena Playhouse

The Broadway Musical and America is intended to give students a broad overview of the American musical from Oklahoma to the present. The course situates the form as a distinctly American phenomenon and which both influenced and was influenced by the American political landscape since the end of World War II. The course, which will include special Broadway guests, will survey classic works of musical theater, and we will engage, discuss and think about why the Broadway musical has endured as an important American art form.

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Our dear friends at Playbill.com  have compiled a terrific list theatre-related online resources for kids and families! Contributors including Disney Theatricals, Lincoln Center Theatre, Camp Broadway, and Alvin Ailey provide free remote classrooms and live streams, donation-based early childhood dance classes that turn your living room into a tap studio, and so much more! Enjoy hours of education, activities, and entertainment - right at your fingertips!

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How can we celebrate Broadway without also celebrating the theatre district itself! Celebrate Times Square from home with free, downloadable coloring pages. Share your artwork on social media by tagging @TimesSquareNYC on Twitter & Instagram!

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New Classes Every Friday!

The Symposium was founded by Broadway stage manager, Matthew Aaron Stern, who has stage managed over 20 Broadway productions.  With the Symposium, the rich and unique experience and knowledge of Broadway is shared with students and ambitious young stage managers.

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Presented by The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

The Gilder Lehrman Online History School for middle and high school students and the Gilder Lehrman Online History Camp for elementary school students both provide engaging live interactive lessons by Master Teachers.

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