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COUNTDOWN TO NYE
Broadway Babysitters is hosting virtual courses led by Broadway performers, choreographers, and other members of the entertainment industry from Wednesdays through Sundays. Courses are offered on a first come first serve basis, so register as soon as possible to ensure your spot in the class.
Wed, Thurs, Fri: 12pm and 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11am, 2pm, 3pm
Broadway Dance Party
30 minutes of learning a Broadway Song and Dance from the very stars who brought them to life!
Recommended age: 5 years old and above
Each Story-Time is 30 minutes and can include anything from singing and wiggling to your favorite songs or hearing an exciting retelling of your favorite story!
Recommended age: 2–6 years old
Broadway Q&A for Teens
Each Q&A is 45 minutes long! Students are welcome to attend this virtual event with their most pressing questions to learn about the ins and outs of being a Broadway performer, and the steps guests took to get there.
Recommended age: Middle school, high school, and college
Elder Chats and Events
Who says kids are the only ones who like to have a good time? Broadway Babysitters has 30 minute snacks and chats, dance parties, singalongs, and private chats for those of an advanced age who love singing, dancing, and Broadway. Sign yourself or your whole assisted living facility up.
All events are a $10 suggested donation. For all events, a portion of the money donated goes to the PAAL COVID Childcare Relief Fund to provide financial support for artists with families who need help with childcare, elder care, or general financial support for their families needs due to unemployment, loss of income, or increased care responsibilities during the the COVID-19 crisis.