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Our Theme Song!

We have now started three shows with this song. It has become a fun way to bring everyone in and together. And yes, you really do get to take us home with you!

Virtual Show (in Progress)

Pivoting: in-person theater devising turned to at-home theater making as we faced Covid-19 and Stay-at-Home requirements. When we started planning for this show about “home and belonging” last fall, we had no idea that we would need to transform it into a project created from our individual homes. While this is not a substitute for …

We, the Moments Musical Theater in Review

We began our TIME-themed theater project by posing some essential questions. What is important about the past? How does it feel to live in the moment? What do you think about growing up? We explored those questions through drama, poetry, music and dance at the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts with our energetic and creative …

“We, The Moments” a musical theater production Dec. 13 & 14

“We, The Moments” will take us on a journey through time, landing us mindfully in the present, together, where we all belong. Come hear the voices of a big group of joyful young people singing songs from pop, rock, folk and Broadway about time passage. Come watch as Father Time, Mother Earth and all the …

Theater: Elevating Young Voices

The Staging Journeys approach to youth theater is rooted in the belief that… Theater art is a vehicle for expression and connection. Kids have important things to express and an ability to connect.Theater is best created in community, with an emphasis on process over product.Theater and young people are a joy; we all need joy! …

We the Dreamers, Musical Theater in Review

Before we started this project, we described it to folks as  “An original, thematic, jukebox musical about dreams with kid-written scenes.” Huh?  What does that even mean? We expected some head-scratching.  When we found the perfect space for the project, we added,  “and, we’re doing it at the circus.” Because come on, a space as …

HERE.

Directing children’s theater abroad in Mexico. As worldschoolers, we know that a sense of place is important to individuals and to cultures. We also know that a sense of place is not always a location; place can be a frame of mind. Wherever we are exploring, with our kids in tow, we are right where …

WOZ Mash-Up Theater

Imagine and world where Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz meets Alice in Wonderland‘s main character. What would we call this land? How would their meeting change their stories? What themes do the stories have in common and what would we want to change? These are some of the questions that we explored during the …