Through self-expression, self-empowerment, education, and creativity, theater plays an important role in child development.
Not only does theater provide us with tools that we use to grow and expand as human beings, it teaches us how to use them effectively alongside our peers.
Scroll down for more information on the enrichment programs we offer. Our programs are themed on collaboration through social empathy, tolerance, diversity, and creative problem solving!
Jingle the Jester
One of our Kidstock actor/educators provides a performance where each student will have the chance to be involved, either through audience "call and response" or by volunteering to get "in on the act" as a character in a story.
Artists in Residency
We can work with your school or organization to create a unique creative theater program that meets your goals.
Max and Suzy
Have our dynamic duo of actor/educators present a comical standoff between Max and Suzy, two dramatic best friends who can never agree what story to act out! Audience participation will help sort this out!
Nothing is more exciting than a field trip to a working theater where every student will have not only a chance to sit in the audience of a working presentation, but explore workshops in acting, movement, and art!
Read, React, Resolve
Read a book, reach the conflict, and now it's our turn to self-author our own ending for the story! This unique, signature, Kidstock workshop offers meaningful lessons in literacy and creating positive conflict resolution.
Earn your Scout Badge!
Earn your theater badge one of two ways! Bring your troupe to Kidstock! or bring Kidstock! to your troupe!