What is KidStage really all about?

KidStage is an after-school drama program which involves acting classes, theatre activities and performance opportunities for kids of all ages.

The curriculum includes concentration, teamwork, improvisation, movement, voice, theatre terminology, and much more.

At the end of the classes, KidStage Kids have the opportunity to perform in a production. Kids have the opportunity to do it all on stage and off—we’ve had kids as actors, singers, dancers, stage managers, lighting and sound technicians, prop masters and costume designers. Everyone has the opportunity to participate—no one will be left out of the performance!

Who are the KidStage Teachers?

All classes are taught by trained, experienced instructors whose goal it is to teach your child about the excitement of theatre, and to provide a safe, interesting environment for each student.

Classes are held at local schools, day care centers, senior citizen centers, museums, boys and girls clubs, parks, and any other venue which rents open space and is interested in allowing Kids the opportunity to grow through the performing arts.

Those kids who have the opportunity to participate in the Arts perform better in school and in social environments. You can support your child’s development by supporting their involvement in the Arts!

How can I Sign Up my Child or School?

The easiest way to get your child or student registered is to complete an online registration form.

From the navigation bar at the top of the screen select Our Locations, then your State, and then on the top navigation bar, click on Courses and then in the pull-down menu find your school district.  Schools are listed from top to bottom in alphabetical order.

If KidStage is not offered currently at your school as an after-school elective, then please contact tom.willard@kidstage.net to establish the program at your school.