Creating excitement in the minds of students and educators.
Dallas Children's Theater brings the performing arts into the physical realm, both on stage and using a variety of educational methods. We also offer another dimension to the learning process, helping children explore their individual creativity in an enriching and engaging way.
DCT Virtual Field Trip Offerings.
It is the best experience in town! Check out DCT's current streaming offerings. Learn more
Student Matinee Performance Series / Field Trips
It is the best field trip in town! Book your class now for one of Dallas Children's Theater's great Broadway-like shows and let our stage be your classroom. Learn more
Student Matinee Study Guides
As part of our mission to integrate the arts into classroom academics, the Behind the Curtain Resource Guides provide helpful information for teachers and students to use before and after attending performances. Learn more
After School Drama Classes
After the bell rings, a Dallas Children's Theater professional leads a class designed to encourage creative expression and self-discovery in a supportive and non-judgmental way. Learn more
Looking for a method to reinfuse excitement into your classroom? In fun and highly participatory workshops, one of our professional artists will demonstrate how the elements of drama, theater and improvisation can be used to enhance classroom learning. Learn more
Expand your Dallas Children's Theater performance into learning experiences to reinforce teachable moments from the show. Our professional staff conducts workshops using hands-on activities to emphasize important themes and concepts from the play. Learn more
Using our successful multi-sensory approach to learning, our artists will work with students to bring classroom curriculum to life. Curtains Up on Reading is a drama residency designed to help your students strengthen their skills in a targeted area. Using literature, stories and acting, participants are able to embody their subject in a new and different way and ultimately tap into a fresh approach to a subject with which they have previously struggled. Learn more