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Go Behind the Scenes at Adventure Theatre MTC

Want to learn what goes on behind the scenes? Through this blog, we’ll let you peek inside all the fun of our productions as well as our Academy. Plus! Get fun ideas on incorporating more theatre into your time with your children and extending the experience of seeing a show. 

Elementary Programs inspired Farryn in her pursuit of the stage

Name: Farryn Program: The Pre-Conservatory Program Favorite Musical: Wicked or Hamilton Dream Role: Glinda in Wicked Favorite Movie Musical: Grease or Hairspray or Sound of Music or My Fair Lady Learn more about the Pre-Conservatory Program or call 301-251-5766. Check out Farryn’s complete video story below!

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QFest 3.0 Postponed to Sunday, September 6.

The shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the latest in the never ending list of traumas endured by the Black community has deeply affected our community at Adventure Theatre.  As a theatre and academy focused on children, we are particularly struck by the trauma of Mr. Blake’s three boys

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#GoPrePro FAQ

What is the Pre-Professional Program at ATMTC Academy? The Pre-Professional Program is an elite musical theatre training program for students in Grades 6-12. The curriculum provides students with extensive training in Acting, Music, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Voice & Speech, and Performance. What exactly will the Pre-Professional Program do for my

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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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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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