Licensing Rights and Grants Now Available for BULLY NO MORE! Musical
by Nicole Rosky - January 23, 2023

Licensing rights are now available for Bully No More!, a new musical with a book and lyrics by Elaine Davida Sklar, music by Jon Gailmor and Elaine Davida Sklar, and additional material by Danielle Peveril.

Blue Man Group Boston Kicks Off 25th Anniversary Celebration During February School Vacation Week
by Stephi Wild - January 25, 2020

Blue Man Group Boston will celebrate their 25th anniversary in 2020 and to kick off the festivities, they'll be bringing their brand of zany creativity to February School Vacation Week.

by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - January 23, 2020

Under the production of owner Faith Clark and co-direction of Jake Indano and Dulcie Mishkin, on January 25 & 26, Florida Drama Kids will bring to stage 56 students, ages 6-17 in Disney's Frozen Jr. at Hillsborough Community College, Brandon campus.

Hoff-Barthelson Music School to Host Open House for Early Childhood Program
by Chloe Rabinowitz - December 18, 2019

Start the new year off right by learning all about Hoff-Barthelson Music School's Early Childhood Program - attend an Open House on Friday, January 17, 2020, from 10:00 to 11:30 am! Children ages 6 months to 5 years and their adults are invited to join in the fun of a music and movement class at 10:30 am, followed by a brief Q & A with faculty, and a reception during which you can socialize with other families. In the event of snow, the Open House will be held the following Friday, January 24, 2020 at the same time.

Visual Arts Center Of NJ Receives IMLS Grant To Partner With Elizabeth Public Schools
by A.A. Cristi - November 20, 2019

The Institute of Museum and Library Sciences (IMLS) recently awarded the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey a $45,000 grant to further expand their programs for English Language Learners, conducted in partnership with Elizabeth Public Schools. The grant will allow the Art Center and Elizabeth Public Schools to continue their program to teach language and literacy skills to immigrant students through the use of contemporary art. This program has been created with the assistance of the CALTA21 (Cultures & Literacies through Art for the 21st Century), a national initiative focused on creating a dynamic environment where museums provide authentic, meaningful, and engaging learning experiences to immigrant communities. The new curriculum, which will be taught to 8th and 9th graders, uses art and museums as a catalyst for learning and will align with existing Bilingual Spanish English Language Arts, ESL and Bilingual Spanish Social Studies curricula in the Elizabeth School System.

The Australian Ballet School Presents SUMMER SEASON 2019
by Stephi Wild - November 20, 2019

AURORA'S WEDDING FROM SLEEPING BEAUTY & Other Works comes to Playhouse, Arts Centre Melbourne 7.30pm Friday 6 December and 1.30pm & 7.30pm Saturday 7 December.

More Than 2500 Young People Will See WAR HORSE At Schools Performances This Week
by Stephi Wild - November 19, 2019

Today the matinee performance of the National Theatre's acclaimed production of War Horse at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre had a special audience made up of more than 1,300 young people from state schools across the Borough of Brent. This performance was introduced by author Michael Morpurgo, who welcomed the young people, saying, 'It's completely wonderful for War Horse to be performed to an auditorium full of young people, many of whom will have never set foot in a theatre before. These are the most important audiences and I shall be sat there right alongside them, only perhaps crying a little more.'

Four Levels of Orchestras in InterSchool Orchestras of New York to Be Featured In The Winter Celebration
by Chloe Rabinowitz - November 18, 2019

The Winter Celebration concert features the four levels of orchestras in InterSchool Orchestras of New York including Morningside, Carnegie Hill, Concert Orchestra and the ISO Symphony, conducted by Dr. Matt Rotjan, Steve Rochen, Joseph Meyers, and Barry Stern respectively. The ISO Symphony will be joined on stage by Renée Manning and members of Mingus Dynasty, providing a snapshot of ISO's dynamic season and showcasing the achievement of the students.

THE THREE MUSKETEERS Comes to North Coast Rep Theatre School
by Julie Musbach - September 12, 2019

The Theatre School @ North Coast Rep presents the swashbuckling epic adventure The Three Musketeers as its next student production.

FLORA MEETS A BEE is Plan-B's 7th Annual Free Elementary School Tour
by Stephi Wild - September 5, 2019

Eight-year-old Flora has lived in six foster homes since the age of i??ve. One day Flora meets Bee and their budding friendship changes everything. A humorous and heartwarming tale of foster care, the importance of the hive and the power of friendship.

Aspire Performing Arts Presents Its Fall Series Of Classes
by Julie Musbach - September 4, 2019

Aspire Performing Arts Company announces its Fall 2019 series of acting and musical theatre classes for ages 6 and up.

Center Theatre Group Applications Now Available For Disney Musicals In Schools Program
by A.A. Cristi - August 27, 2019

In 2017, Center Theatre Group was awarded a grant from Disney to bring the Disney Musicals in Schools program to the Los Angeles area. The program is an initiative developed by Disney Theatrical Productions to create sustainable theatre programs in under-resourced elementary schools. Center Theatre Group will select four area public elementary schools to participate in this year's program. Previous recipients have included Breed Street Elementary (LAUSD), Cantara Street School (LAUSD), Harrison Elementary (LAUSD), Hope Street Elementary (LAUSD), Humphreys Avenue Elementary (LAUSD), La Ballona Elementary (Culver City Unified School District), Ritter Elementary (LAUSD), Saturn Street Elementary (LAUSD), Tulsa Street Elementary (LAUSD) and Wild Rose School of Creative Arts (Monrovia Unified School District). 

Applications Now Open for Disney Musicals in Schools Program at Walnut Street Theatre
by Julie Musbach - August 26, 2019

Walnut Street Theatre is now accepting applications from Philadelphia public elementary schools to participate in the Disney Musicals in Schools program. The Walnut was awarded a grant in 2018 from Disney to bring the Disney Musicals in Schools program to the Philadelphia area.

500 Primary School Children Come To The Pleasance For Free
by Stephi Wild - August 23, 2019

Yesterday saw the start of an exciting new three day Pleasance Kids initiative to bring over 500 Edinburgh Primary School children to the Pleasance Courtyard to experience some Festival fun.

Trinity Rep Holds 2019 Children's Auditions For A CHRISTMAS CAROL
by Julie Musbach - August 22, 2019

Trinity Rep announces auditions for children 8-12 years of age for its upcoming production of beloved New England tradition, A Christmas Carol. 

Playhouse Theatre Academy Announces Youth Programs for 2019-20
by Julie Musbach - August 22, 2019

Playhouse Theatre Academy is dedicated to offering professional theatre programs for emerging artists of all ages and abilities.

Brynn Scozzari Joins Roanoke Children's Theatre Staff as Director of Education
by Julie Musbach - August 21, 2019

Brett J. Roden announced today that Roanoke Children's Theatre (RCT) has hired Brynn Scozzari as Director of Education. Scozzari will fill the role previously vacated by Roden who will assume duties as the Producing Artistic Director for RCT on September 1, 2019. 

Symphony Space Announces 2019-20 Just Kidding Season
by Julie Musbach - August 19, 2019

Symphony Space announces its 13th annual Just Kidding performing arts series with a diverse and engaging roster of performances each weekend from fall to spring.

Pasifika Myths Are Reborn For Theatrical Schools Tour
by Stephi Wild - August 19, 2019

Māui is making his way into Primary Schools across Canterbury in The Court Theatre's latest touring show, O Le Malaga Fa'a'Atua (The Journey of the Gods).

Playhouse On Park Is Now Booking Literature Alive Student Field Trips For The 2019-20 School Year
by Stephi Wild - August 14, 2019

Literature Alive is an opportunity to extend the classroom by bringing students into the theatre during the day for a matinee performance. Playhouse on Park offers programs for pre K-5, as well as grades 6-12. Student tickets are deeply reduced in price and teachers/chaperones attend free of charge!

UM Dance Program Offers Creative Movement Classes For Children
by Julie Musbach - August 12, 2019

Every fall and spring, the University of Montana Dance Program offers creative movement dance classes for children age 3 and a half to 10. Registration is now open for classes this fall.

Spotlight Youth Theatre Company Presents FROZEN, JR
by Julie Musbach - August 12, 2019

Join Spotlight Youth Theatre Company as they bring the Disney classic & Broadway hit 'Frozen' to life on stage!

NBYT Announces Fall Classes, Auditions, And Productions
by Julie Musbach - August 12, 2019

No Boundaries Youth Theater celebrates its tenth season with new classes, homeschool programs, auditions, and productions for children and teens.

2019-2020 Schooltime And Family Theater Season Announced At Tribeca PAC
by Julie Musbach - August 7, 2019

BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, the longest operating performance venue in lower Manhattan, presents a brand new slate of family programming for the 2019-2020 Season, including the very talented clown Jamie Adkins on Saturday, November 2, an adaptation of the Eric Carle's classic Very Hungry Caterpillar on Saturday, February 29, and more! 

Kravis Center Announces Four New Schools For Disney Musicals In Schools Program
by Julie Musbach - August 7, 2019

The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts announces the four Palm Beach County public elementary schools that have been selected to participate in its 2019-2020 Disney Musicals in Schools program.

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