• New Airbnb Online Experiences will feature Tituss Burgess, Ann Reinking, three original Broadway princesses and cast and crew members from favorite Broadway and West End musicals, including Chicago, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, Mrs. Doubtfire The Musical and Ain’t Too Proud
  • In collaboration with The Actors Fund, Airbnb will help artists earn income while entertainment industry remains closed


It’s show time again for entertainers around the world, right in your home! With theatres and performance spaces closed worldwide, Airbnb is joining forces with stage and screen star Tituss Burgess; Tony-winner and Broadway legend Ann Reinking; original Broadway princesses Susan Egan, Laura Osnes and Courtney Reed; Tony nominees Brad Oscar and Caitlin Kinnuen; Aisha Jackson and dozens more to bring you behind the scenes of your favorite musicals. Join talented actors, singers, set designers and dancers from Broadway, the West End, and beyond  as they show you the ropes of their art form.

“In this time of social distancing, it is imperative for artists to find an outlet to create and collaborate in order to continue to tell our stories,” said Tituss Burgess. “With Broadway dark, we must re-evaluate and re-establish what the community means— what we want it to mean— in order to move forward. Join me in going back to the basics as we explore storytelling together.”

Slide on your tap shoes and warm up your voice, because these Airbnb Online Experiences will teach you iconic dance moves and show-stopping numbers, including:

Other Online Experiences will include acting with Tony-nominee Caitlin Kinnunen, and an opportunity to be a part of an official Disney DCappella music video with DCappella, co-hosted by Deke Sharon, the music director and arranger of the Pitch Perfect films.

Along with providing access to Broadway and West End stars, these new Online Experiences will offer vital economic opportunities to a community disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. An April 2020 survey by Americans for the Arts reports that 62 percent of artists have become unemployed, and an Oxford Economics study found that 95 percent of creative workers have experienced income loss in the US alone.

With 22 percent of Experiences hosts reporting that they or a member of their household are an artist or musician, Airbnb is collaborating with national nonprofit The Actors Fund to help artists across the US remain connected to their audience and earn extra income during this time. From master magician Mervant and professional dancer Marc to Hollywood camerawoman Deborah and Broadway dresser Jessica, hundreds of artists will tap into Online Experience to support their creative and economic endeavors through 2020.

And as many communities continue to stay home, guests can even enjoy a virtual show on the other side of the world, with Online Experiences led by artists across 33 countries. Guests can laugh along with Italian show business legend Luca Manzi, be immersed in Pedro from Portugal’s interactive cLockdown musical, enjoy an evening with a Flamenco composer in Madrid, learn the art of illusion with anAustralian magician, or get a street dance crash course, straight out of Bangkok.

These Online Experiences will range from $15 to $100. See the entire collection starting today at

Launched in 2016, Airbnb Experiences are unique, memorable activities designed and hosted by locals that go beyond typical tours or workshops, providing deep insights and immersion into the hosts’ passions and interests, and a different way to experience a destination. Now, amidst COVID-19 disruptions, Online Experiences are giving hosts a means to earn and guests a way to connect without leaving their homes. Since launching in April, Online Experiences have since become Airbnb’s fastest-growing product. For more, visit