Theatres find new ways to relate to immigrant and refugee communities, not only as audiences but as partners.
In addition to the usual perennial holiday fare, December shows repurpose classic tales for all ages.
The season will feature classic tales, new plays, and musicals.
Is your child the family scene-stealer? Theatres across the country have classes and activities for students to take part in during the summer months.
Chicago Children’s Theatre and Imagination Stage are establishing fruitful partnerships to present dance/theatre to their audiences.
First Stage, New Visions/New Voices, Imagination Stage, and more are staging original stories for young audiences.
Next season at the theatre for young audiences will span the jungles of India, the mysterious world of Wonderland, and the near future.
Kids, even very young ones, carry the lived sensation of theatre with them, even if they don’t literally remember it.
From Honolulu to Boston, a look at institutions that produce theatre for young audiences.
In 2014, the paper stopped reviewing theatre for young audiences, but local companies aren’t taking it lying down.