An affordable, high quality theatre experience for schools, community groups and summer camps.
... the children of your school and community performing in a high-quality production of a classic children's tale.
... a production being staged with professionally designed costumes and scenery.
... a production enlivening your school auditorium, gym or local theatre.
... using this production as a fundraiser for your non-profit organization.
... all this taking place in only one week!
It Can Happen!!
"CSA encourages children to strive for excellence through teamwork in a live theatre experience"
Host a Children's Stage Adventure and make it happen!
This week-long residency program is a unique learning opportunity in which your local children will discover talents and strengths through participation in a live theatre experience.
"CSA's Plays Set Stage for Success!"
High quality performances for the audience and an outstanding theatrical experience for the cast.
Live Performances Build:
- Value of teamwork
- Concentration skills
- To focus on goals
- To make choices
It's hard work, but it's fun and the rewards are immediate and long lasting!
- Sense of accomplishment
A Special Fast Track Grants Program
Fast Track Grants have been expanded to provide support for Children's Stage Adventures (CSA) residency programs at selected Maine schools.
Maine Arts Ed., has a blog post about CSA's impact at the Machias Valley Christian School in Machias, Maine in Oct., 2010.
Free Informational DVD
Children's Stage Adventures has produced a short informational DVD.
This video includes clips from rehearsals, actual performance footage and additional sponsor information addressing questions frequently asked about hosting a residency.
The video is a great tool to use in presenting the CSA residency project to interested groups.
You can have this DVD FREE just by filling out our contact form!
Read the Keene Sentinel Article about Children's Stage Adventures (10/22/09)
Read a recent article about us from Keene State College's alumni magazine "Keene State Today".