At SteppingStone we use theatre as a tool to grow emotionally and socially healthy young people who are meaningful contributors to our community. We believe young people are powerful makers of culture and positive social change so providing enriching arts experiences for their ideas to be realized is our first priority. Art making experiences at SteppingStone are rich, sometimes messy, collaborative processes from the first name game through the final sharing for family and friends. Teaching artists guide developmentally sound lessons and experiences that place young people at the center as artists, makers and designers. Our theatre programs promote and develop five core values in student artists: Mastery, Self-Advocacy, Belonging, Inspiration & Generosity.
Inspired by your child’s favorite books, young artists work together in a process-oriented environment, to explore theatre foundations like physicalizing characters, story sequencing, and theatre vocabulary.
Create and perform an original play. Work collaboratively with your peers on developing the story, setting, characters, dialogue, and staging. Engage in theatre games and activities that hone your artistic skills.
Create and perform an original play which incorporates a specific theatre style or technique. Discuss ideas as you collaborate with your peers on developing the story, setting, characters, dialogue, and staging. Engage in theatre games and activities that hone artistic skills.
Teen Workshops focus on refining theatre skills in a positive and supportive process. Expand abilities, reflect critically, offer/receive constructive feedback on artistic growth, and learn about the larger context of Art in our lives.
SteppingStone Theatre offers week day classes to students ages 18 months to 15 years who school at home or online. We are committed to offering engaging and rigorous arts learning opportunities that are process-oriented and well-rounded.