Two of my very favorite things are music (duh!) and theatre. So when you combine those two things? Well, let’s just say Broadway musicals are way up there for me. And since this month’s Broadway month here in the Busy Kids community, our next two episodes will be focused on this favorite thing of mine.
Last month, I had the privilege of visiting New York City and researching the history of Broadway, while taking in a few shows myself. (You can check out some highlights from when I visited the Museum of Broadway on my Instagram reel.)
In today’s episode, we’re going to learn about what it is that defines a Broadway show and a little bit of the history of how Broadway musicals came to be. Be sure to join me in a couple of weeks for the next episode, where I’ll be sharing my interview with a Broadway music director!
To go along with this episode, I have a special bonus for you. I’m sharing links to all of my piano lesson tutorials for Broadway songs — six tutorials in all! Click here to have the tutorials sent to you.
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