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Adventure Theatre MTC continues its Sunday Story Time interviews with Jessica and Parker Curry, authors of the book, “Parker Looks Up.”

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Due to COVID-19, we have incurred a loss of over $350,000 in revenue and unrecoverable expenses.

Summer and COVID-19

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Adventure Theatre MTC celebrates the glorious richness of our world by cultivating equity, diversity, and inclusivity – or EDI – as they inspire the creativity that nurtures great art, artists, and audiences.

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GO BACKSTAGE AT ATMTC

Learn behind-the-scenes insider information on the latest ways Adventure is educating and delighting children. Plus, get lots of parental goodies on incorporating more theatre into your play.

Meet our Digital Summer Camp Instructors!

Elementary Instructors Sean Finan Sean Finan is thrilled to return to Adventure Theatre MTC Academy as a teaching artist for the Digital Summer Camp.  He has directed productions with the Summer Musical Theatre Camp for the past six years and directed the 2015 Winter Student Production of Alice in Wonderland. Some favorite

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Celebrating Juneteenth with Kids

What is Juneteenth? Today, June 19th, is the anniversary of the day in 1865 that the Union Army rode into Texas to enforce the Emancipation Proclamation which freed the remaining enslaved people in the United States — two and a half years after it was originally signed. It has been celebrated in parts of the United States since 1866,

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Keeping the Theatre Available for All

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