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Adventure Theatre MTC offers a free sneak peek of its 2021-2022 world premiere musical, Fantastagirl and The Math Monster.

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A note from our Executive Director about COVID-19 and Summer Camp.

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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

Frequently asked questions about our in-person summer programs.

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Our Commitment to Diversity

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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Plan Your Visit

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Open a Child’s Heart to the Stage

Only with your support can Adventure Theatre keep theatre and theatre training accessible to children, families, and students. Donate today!

Seeing is Believing

Don’t take our word for it. See the magic for yourself in the classroom and on the stage! Take a look at our gallery to see the ATMTC magic in action.

FROM OUR PATRONS

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.

37 Children’s Books To Help Discuss Racism & Discrimination

All content taken from ColoursofUs.com. See the list with photos and links here. Elementary School The Story Of Ruby Bridgesby Robert Coles In 1960 a judge orders little Ruby to attend first grade at William Frantz Elementary, an all-white school in New Orleans. Surrounded by Federal Marshalls, Ruby faces angry

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Critical Conversations about Race

Over the weekend, the frustration of centuries of injustice and violence in America reached a new boiling point. The daily trauma faced by Black Americans has forced many people to take to the streets, despite the dangers of being in the middle of a pandemic and the risk of violence,

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A Note About Summer

Dear Adventure Theatre MTC Family and Friends, As we approach the summer and the traditional camp season, we want to you to know that ATMTC is committed to the safety of your children during this public health crisis and to providing them with engaging and high-quality programming. In keeping with

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Keeping the Theatre Available for All

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