THEATRE FOR YOUTH
Professional theatre productions performed by adults that engage the whole family.
Story by J.M. Barrie-Adapted for the stage by Douglas Irvine
Peter Pan, who comes to hear the stories Mrs. Darling tells each night, has lost his shadow. After Wendy Darling re-attaches Peter’s shadow in exchange for a kiss, Peter becomes entranced by Wendy, and convinces her and her brother to return with him to Neverland–a magical world of pirates, fairies and a gang of boys destined to stay young forever. Join us on a fantastic flight of adventure in this retelling of the classic tale of growing up.
Based on the book by P.D. Eastman-By Steven Dietz and Allison Gregory. From big dogs and little dogs to red, green and blue dogs, dogs going up and dogs going fast…who knew dogs were so busy? This story by P.D. Eastman has been a go-to favorite for families for over fifty years, leaving audiences of all breeds wagging their tails with delight. Now, Walton Arts Center’s artistic affiliate Trike Theatre, brings the story to life on stage! Featuring a local cast of professional actors, Go, Dog. Go! is full of fun surprises, colorful costumes and bouts of laughter, sharing lessons about diversity, love and individuality.
LITTLE TRIKE SERIES
Professional theatre geared towards children ages up to 5, introducing them to theatre in an engaging, interactive and lively environment.
Hurry Up…and Wait!
Learning to practice patience is hard, but trying to explain it to a younger sibling is even harder! Through songs, games, and storytelling, Wallace and Harper will plant a new garden and discover when it’s best to Hurry Up and when it is best to Wait! *Intended for children ages 2-4*
By Barry Kornhauser. Sweet, inventive and packed with physical comedy, this play explores the power of friendship and shows how, with a little imagination and acceptance, companionship is everywhere.
Adapted for the stage by Bethany Lynn Corey. An original play based on the national Choose Love Movement that focuses on Courage, Gratitude, Forgiveness, and Compassion.
Theatre in the Community
Our productions are performed in schools and community theatre spaces throughout the state of Arkansas, for school groups. Occasionally these productions are made available to the wider community as well.
If you would like to get your school involved contact, Kassie Misiewicz at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.