Our Digital Stage

Our Digital Stage

While our current live performances and traditional, in-person Theater Academy classes and in-school curriculum are postponed as manage through the COVID-19 pandemic and its necessary restrictions, we have created a number of virtual resources to keep young people engaged from the safety of their homes. We look forward to connecting with you regularly from this digital stage.

Until we can convene together again, we invite you to explore our new online resources to keep our young people and families connected and engaged with the transformational power of theater.

 

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First Stage at Home

FS at HomeFirst Stage at Home is a brand-new resource from the Theater in Education department, which shares activities based on First Stage plays that families can explore together. Theater activities, videos, and readings of favorite stories from Teaching Artists will be posted each Tuesday. Create and imagine with us!

 

 

 

 


 

First Stage On Stage

First Stage On Stage

Are you and your family looking for fun ways to keep your minds and bodies active and engaged? First Stage Playwrights in Residence, some of our favorite composers – and even our Artistic Director Jeff Frank - have all graciously made selected scenes and songs available for you to explore at home – and then share with the wider world. Explore scenes and songs from THE LEGEND OF ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS, NATE THE GREAT, and more! 

Find yourself center stage - from the comfort of your own home.

 


Theater Academy Online

Virtual Story DramaVirtual Story Drama for ages 3 - 6 
NEW! Virtual Story Drama classes begin April 22, with six sessions Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Sign up for one or all six sessions.

Learn more & register.

 

 

 

 


 

Connect with our Theater Academy daily

Academy OnlineOur Theater Academy recently launched its new YouTube channel and Instagram, which will include daily livestream sessions twice each weekday on our YouTube channel.

Beginning of Day sessions at 10AM CDT encourage young people to set their focus and give themselves challenges for the day ahead. End of Day sessions at 4PM CDT allow students to acknowledge the successes of their day and acknowledge others as well.

Anyone is welcome to join in and start and end their day on an uplifting note.