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    • Arcadia Productions

    • Arcadia Productions is the largest English-speaking theatre company in Italy. The company was formed as 'La Nuova Arcadia' in 1991, and changed its name and legal status in 2000, becoming Arcadia Productions s.a.s. Arcadia is co-directed by Graham Spicer and Carlo Orlandi. The majority of the company's work is for scho ... Read »


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    • Arna's Children


    • ASSITEJ

    • ASSITEJ, the International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People, (French: Association Internationale du Théâtre de l’Enfance et la Jeunesse) was established in 1965 as an international alliance of professionals involved in theatre for children and young people. There are 83 national centres g ... Read »


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    • Birmingham Children's Theatre


    • Bob Baker Marionette Theater

    • Bob Baker Marionette Theater

      The Bob Baker Marionette Theater, founded by Bob Baker and Alton Wood in 1963, is the oldest children's theater company in Los Angeles. In June 2009, the theater was designated as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument. Bob Baker (1924–2014) was an American puppeteer whose marionettes have entertained thous ... Read »


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    • Carousel Theatre

    • Carousel Theatre

      Carousel Theatre (also known as Carousel Theatre For Young People) is a professional theatre company for young audiences located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The company stages plays for young people, families and educators at the Waterfront Theatre and Performance Works on Granville Island and tours to elem ... Read »


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    • Chickenshed

    • Chickenshed (also known as Chicken Shed or the Chicken Shed Theatre Company) is a British theatre company based in Southgate, London. Chickenshed’s membership programme comprises four Children’s theatre groups and two Youth theatre groups for young people aged 5–21 years. They run Saturday and holiday w ... Read »


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    • Children's Theatre Company


    • Children's Theatre of Charlotte


    • Colors Straight Up

    • Colors Straight Up

      Colors Straight Up is a 1997 American documentary film directed by Michèle Ohayon about the non-profit organization Colors United, which teaches drama to inner city youth. The film depicts the creation of a musical called Watts Side Story. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. ... Read »


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    • Dallas Children's Theater


    • Delaware Children's Theatre


    • First Stage Children's Theater


    • Fort Campbell, KY, children's theatre


    • Green Thumb Theatre

    • Green Thumb Theatre (also known as the Green Thumb Theatre for Young People and simply as Green Thumb) is a Canadian children's theatre company based in Vancouver, British Columbia that was founded in 1975. Playwright Dennis Foon was one of the co-founders. The theatre building out of which Green Thumb operates is loca ... Read »


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    • Luceafărul Theatre (Iași)


    • The Ideal Gnome Expedition

    • The Ideal Gnome Expedition

      The Ideal Gnome Expedition (sometimes called Chish 'n' Fips) is a British musical play, with book, music and lyrics by children's playwright David Wood. It was first staged in 1980, and has since been adapted as a TV series and staged by several companies, including amateur groups. It tells of the adventures of a pair ... Read »


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    • ImaginOn

    • ImaginOn: The Joe and Joan Martin Center

      ImaginOn: The Joe and Joan Martin Center is a collaborative venture of the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County (officially known as the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library) and the Children's Theater of Charlotte located in Charlotte, North Carolina. This 102,000-square-foot (9,500 m2) landmark learning cen ... Read »


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    • Independent Theatre Pakistan

    • Independent Theatre Pakistan

      Independent Theatre Pakistan (often abbreviated to ITP) is a Pakistani theatre company based in Lahore, Punjab, established in March 2012. The group is directed by founder, writer and director, Azeem Hamid, who was soon joined with designer, Danyaal Syed. It is the youngest theatre company in continuous production to h ... Read »


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    • The Key Theatre

    • The Key Theatre is an Israeli visual children's theatre established in 1998. The Theatre is a collaboration between theatre actor Avi Zlicha, who previously played in Haifa Theatre and throughout the years specialized in physical theatre by Jacques Lecoq`s method, and Dikla Katz, a playwright and puppeteer, who wr ... Read »


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    • Manitoba Theatre for Young People

    • Manitoba Theatre for Young People (MTYP) is a theatre for children and young adults in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada performing at the Canwest Performing Arts Centre in The Forks, Winnipeg. MTYP's annual attendance regularly exceeds 100,000 people per year. Within the theatre complex there are two performance venues: a 3 ... Read »


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    • Mateřinka


    • Montreal Children's Theatre


    • Music Theatre International

    • Music Theatre International (MTI) is a licensing agency theatrical based in New York City. MTI was founded in 1952 by American composer and lyricist Frank Loesser and orchestrator Don Walker. Along with the licensing rights to Loesser's works, the licenses production rights of numerous Broadway, Off-Broadway, and ... Read »


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    • Naples Players

    • The Naples Players (TNP) is a nationally recognizedcommunity theatre company located in Naples, Florida. The company was founded January 19, 1953 and performs in the Sugden Community Theatre at 701 5th Avenue South in downtown Naples. It has been named the "Best Live Theatre" in Southwest Florida (including professiona ... Read »


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    • Nashville Children's Theatre


    • Old Sultan

    • "Old Sultan" (German: Der alte Sultan) is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm, tale number 48. It combined three different Aarne-Thompson types: 101, the old dog rescues the child; 103, wild animals hide from an unfamiliar animal; and 104, the war between the village animals and the forest animals. A f ... Read »


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    • Oregon Children's Theatre


    • Orna Porat Children's Theater


    • Plays for Young Audiences

    • Plays for Young Audiences is the combined collection of scripts commissioned or produced by Seattle Children's Theatre and the Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis. The children's theater movement developed in the United States in the 1960s, and at that time the canon of work for family audiences began to build. P ... Read »


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    • Polka Theatre

    • Polka Theatre

      Polka Theatre is a children’s theatre in Wimbledon, London Borough of Merton, for children aged 0– 13. The theatre contains two performance spaces - a 300-seat main auditorium and a 70-seat studio dedicated to early years performances. Polka Theatre is a producing theatre which also tours shows nationally and ... Read »


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    • Michael Presser

    • Michael Presser, born in Philadelphia, USA, is the founder and Executive Director of Inside Broadway, a New York City educational theatre company for young audiences. Inside Broadway was founded by Presser in 1982, at the request of the late President of the Shubert Organization, Bernard B. Jacobs, to create a stu ... Read »


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    • Revolt of the Beavers

    • Revolt of the Beavers was a children's play put on by the Federal Theater Project by Oscar Saul and Louis Lantz. One critic described the play as "Marxism a la Mother Goose". The show ran at the Adelphi Theater in New York City from May 20, 1937, to June 19 of that year.Jules Dassin and John Randolph were among the p ... Read »


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    • Scarlet Blade Theatre

    • Scarlet Blade Theatre

      Scarlet Blade Theatre is a theatre company based in London, England, specialising in acting, advanced stage combat, physical theatre and other performance skills including horse riding and martial arts. The company formed in 2007, all members studied and trained together at East 15 Acting School, part of the first ... Read »


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    • Seattle Children's Theatre


    • Shakespeare Schools Festival

    • The Shakespeare Schools Festival (SSF) charity is the UK’s largest youth drama festival. Schools who participate perform half-hour abridged versions of Shakespeare's plays in local, professional theatres all over the United Kingdom. Since its inception in 2000 it has worked with 4,842 'teacher directors' and 100,0 ... Read »


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    • Silver Lake Children's Theatre Group


    • The Sleepy Twinkle Star

    • The Sleepy Twinkle Star or The Sleepy Little Star (Slovene: Zvezdica Zaspanka) was the first Slovene radio play. It was written by Frane Milčinski – Ježek in 1952. Since 1955, it has been with some interruptions performed as a puppet theatre play. In 1959, after it was published as a book story, Ježek won ... Read »


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    • The Starlight Express

    • The Starlight Express is a children's play by Violet Pearn, based on the imaginative novel A Prisoner in Fairyland by Algernon Blackwood, with songs and incidental music written by the English composer Sir Edward Elgar in 1915. On 9 November 1915 Sir Edward Elgar was invited by Robin Legge, music critic of The Dai ... Read »


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    • Story Pirates

    • Story Pirates is an arts education organization based in New York City and Los Angeles. Originally known as the Striking Viking Story Pirates, the group collects written works from students and youth and adapts these stories for the stage. Kid-written work is then performed by professional actors in a sketch comedy ven ... Read »


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    • Talespinner Children's Theatre


    • Teen Musical Theater of Oregon

    • Teen Musical Theater of Oregon

      Teen Musical Theater of Oregon (TMTO) is a youth theater program in Medford, Oregon produced by Craterian Performances along with Next Stage Repertory Company. TMTO is celebrated for high quality performances in the Collier Center for the Performing Arts where the company has put on many award winning musicals. Teen Mu ... Read »


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    • Tell-Tale Productions

    • Tell-Tale Productions was an animation and live-action studio, established by Will Brenton and Iain Lauchlan in 1985, In 2004, Entertainment Rights acquired the studio; ER was later absorbed into Classic Media, which in turn was acquired by DreamWorks Animation in 2012. As of 2016, the back catalogs library of Tell-Tal ... Read »


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    • The Lorax (play)

    • The Lorax is a stage adaptation of the children's novel of the same name by Dr. Seuss, adapted by David Greig featuring music and lyrics by Charlie Fink. The play made its world premiere for the Christmas 2015 season at The Old Vic in London, where it will return for a revival in autumn 2017. In April 2015 it was ... Read »


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    • Theater im Marienbad

    • Theater im Marienbad is a theatre in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The Theater im Marienbad, which is located in the former town baths of Freiburg, is used as a venue for theatre plays. Since 1989 it has been continuously used by the children's and youth theatre group. Depending on the stage construction, the great ... Read »


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    • Theatre Centre

    • Theatre Centre is a UK-based theatre company touring new plays for young audiences aged 4 to 18. Founded in 1953 by Brian Way, the company has developed plays by writers including Lisa Evans, Noël Greig, Mike Kenny, Bryony Lavery, Leo Butler, Brendan Murray, Philip Osment, Manjinder Virk, Roy Williams and Benjamin Z ... Read »


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    • Unicorn Theatre

    • Unicorn Theatre

      The Unicorn Theatre is a UK theatre for audiences aged 2–21. The theatre has its home in a custom-built, RIBA Award–winning building on Tooley Street, in the London Borough of Southwark, which opened in 2005. The theatre was designed by Keith Williams, built by Arup and comprises two theatre spaces (the Westo ... Read »


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    • Brian Way

    • Brian Francis Way (September 12, 1923 - February 23, 2006), established Theatre Centre in London, England, in 1953. The company originated the modern concept of theatre for children in an educational context. Brian Way was born in Sussex, England, in 1923. He was the prime mover in a group of lecturers and teachers, w ... Read »


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    • When the Robbers Came to Cardamom Town

    • When the Robbers Came to Cardamom Town

      When the Robbers Came to Cardamom Town (Norwegian: Folk og røvere i Kardemomme by) is a 1955 Norwegian children's book written and illustrated by Thorbjørn Egner, which tells the story of Kardemomme by (Cardamom Town). It is considered as one of the most important Norwegian children's books. The book includes man ... Read »


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    • Winifred Ward

    • Winifred Louise Ward (October 29, 1884–August 16, 1975) was a professor at Northwestern University most notable for having done significant work in the field of children's theatre and pioneering the idea of creative dramatics. Winifred Louise Ward was born October 29, 1884 in Eldora, Iowa, the youngest daught ... Read »


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