See the Play and Stay for the Party!

The Goosebumps Play & Party benefiting the
Dallas Children's Theater Student Matinee Performance Series

Saturday, September 23, 2017 • Play 1:30 PM, Party 3 - 5:30 PM • Rosewood Center for Family Arts

Is there a phantom lurking somewhere at Dallas Children's Theater? Fashioned after author R.L. Stine's style of fun, and only a little spooky, The Goosebumps Play & Party, our fourth fall family event is guaranteed to be an adventure of epic proportions. Read More

This event supports the Student Matinee Performance Series, the primary program in Dallas where students are exposed to live theater as an extension of classroom learning. This year, as many as 50,000 students will experience DCT's theater magic at virtually no direct cost to them. Funds will go to help close the $896,015 gap to run the program this year.

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Sponsorships make it possible for DCT to bring live theater magic to more Dallas area students. Read more

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STUDENT MATINEE PERFORMANCE SERIES
DCT's Student Matinee Performance Series (SMPS) is a favorite among educators because it ties the artistic experiences of live professional theater to core curriculum activities, all of which meet state-mandated educational objectives. Read more


For more information, contact Michael Gonzales (michael.gonzales@dct.org) or Sandra Session-Robertson (sandra.robertson@dct.org) at 214-978-0110

Josh Groban

"The arts provide, in my opinion, a foundation for so many core important qualities. The ability to explore, to wonder, to connect and express without judgment. To see the world as diverse but not divided and see cultural blockades broken down through the universal languages of artistic expression. It is the great uniter."
- Josh Groban, Recording Artist

Young Family

"DCT offers exciting and colorful productions that give life to language arts instruction, fire the imagination, and teach students theater etiquette. Our parents often do not have the means to take their children to the theater themselves so these performances are often the only live productions seen by our students throughout the year.
- Helen Stettler, M.T. Reilly Elementary School

       
       

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