The Kaleidoscope Series for Youth presents live performances using drama, music, and dance. These include a variety of subject areas related to the curriculum, such as literature, history, drama, and social studies. Tickets are just $1 for teachers and students!Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, and Critical Thinking are the essential concepts and skills of the 21st Century and the arts provide opportunities to practice these skills. The Kaleidoscope Series for Youth offers many extensions of classroom curriculum which not only promotes the four C’s, but also exposes students to the performing arts.
Some seating is still available for the 2014-2015 Kaleidoscope Series. Tickets are just $1 for teachers and students! Request tickets here.
Come on down to Bear Country where Brother Bear, Sister Bear, Papa Bear, and Mama Bear sing and dance in this colorful new musical filled with fun for the whole family.
Laura and her family travel across America in search of a place they can call home. Facing obstacles such as scarlet fever and eviction from their land, their pioneering spirit and family bonds are tested but never broken.
Together with Spot, children will have a new adventure in the theatre. Spot will take the audience to the farm of his father Sam, where all the animals are lost. Spot and his friend Helen are going to need the help of the audience to find all the animals and bring them back to the farm.
Early Native American history and culture come thrillingly and factually to life in this fun, musical theatre adventure based on the classic story of young Hiawatha, arguably our continent's most important and famous early leader.
From the moment his tall, red-and-white-striped hat appears at their door, Sally and her brother know that the Cat in the Hat is the most mischievous cat they will ever meet. Suddenly the rainy afternoon is transformed by the Cat and his antics.
Jack is a smart, funny, 11 year old boy who's being badly bullied at school. What starts as one off-the-cuff joke grows and grows until Jack is no longer safe on the playground. But with the use of self-expression through photography, Jack begins to make sense of his world, of his relationships with others, and most importantly, with himself.
Braidie, a teenager struggling both at home and in school, tells her story about making the tough choice between standing by while her best friend bullies another student or standing up for what's right. The Shape of a Girl is a dynamic one-woman play that examines the frightening realities of teenage relationships, aggression, and a young woman's battle with inaction.
Meet Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny, Beatrix Potter's beloved characters, as they escape from Mr. McGregor, outfox Mr. Tod and rescue the Flopsy Bunnies from the disagreeable badger, Tommy Brock.
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