On Tour with Dallas Children's Theater
Recognized by Time Magazine as one of the top 5 children's theater companies in the US, and the only one of that group to tour nationally, Dallas Children’s Theater travels coast to coast with professional large-scale productions designed to stir the heart, stretch the mind and promote education. Learn about The True Story of 3 Little Pigs 2012–13 Season and Stuart Little 2013–14 Season.
Dallas Children's Theater has been designated an American Masterpieces Touring Artist by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Each touring production is selected and designed with a youth and family audience in mind from titles and materials that reflect the cultural diversity of our world community. They encompass a combination of new plays, familiar stories, literary works, biographies, mythology, folk tales, music, dance, and puppetry.
With such a vast and impressionable audience to serve, our productions usually target a different age range every other touring season. Study guides accompany each production and a variety of curriculum based workshops and residencies are also made available to teachers and students.
Now celebrating our 28th season, Dallas Children’s Theater began a local touring program in 1985 with a Native American piece entitled Legend of the Bluebonnet. In 1989, the touring roster expanded to statewide and regional venues. In 1996, we launched our first national tour. September 2006 marked Dallas Children’s Theater introduction to the world stage, as the theater was honored with an invitation to perform at the 2006 Shanghai International Children’s Culture And Arts Expo in Shanghai, China.
Dallas Children's Theater Previous Tour Productions
2011–2012 Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters, An African Tale (musical)
2010–2011 Giggle, Giggle, Quack (musical)
2009–2010 Most Valuable Player
2008–2009 Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters (musical)
2007–2008 If You Give a Pig A Party (musical)
2006–2007 A Midnight Cry-The Underground Railroad To Freedom
2005–2006 The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fair(l)y (Stoopid) Tales (musical)
2004–2005 Coyote Tales
2003–2004 And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank
2002–2003 African Tales of Earth and Sky (musical)
2001–2002 The Three Sillies (musical)
1999–2000 Young King Arthur
1998–1999 The Island of the Skog (musical)
1997–1998 Jack and the Giant Beanstalk
1996–1997 Cinderella or Everyone Needs a Fairy Godmother (musical)
Dallas Children's Theater has been designated an American Masterpieces Touring Artist
by the National Endowment for the Arts.
For more information about our National Tour contact Sally Fiorello,
National Tour Director
214-978-0110 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.