Stage One Family Theatre Louisville
Where is it at?
Stage One Family Theatre
323 West Broadway
Tel: 502 589 4060
Where are we going today?
There is nothing quite like the excitement of the theatre! Sitting in the car holding your ticket, knowing you might experience something quite magical....you never know what will happen! You walk in, and take your seat surrounded by other kids who are just as excited as you to be there. The lights dim, and the curtains open, and then you get lost in a world of storytelling, fabulous characters, music and excitement. It's just like watching a movie, only you are really in it!
Stage One Family Theater is in downtown Louisville and is proud to introduce kids to the arts and theater from an early age.
They offer stories and experiences that can entertain and develop kids from a young age as they move through into adulthood.
Every season offers a different theatrical experience for kids of all ages, and it's a great way to spend time as a family. From Broadway musicals, to classic dramas and fun side splitting comedies, the whole family is covered. They even had a Young Adult Series which focuses on teen and tween specific themes which are thought provoking and offer a way into conversations about any issues they might be facing.
For those littlest future thespians, the Children's Series brings fun and excitement to their favorite storybooks as they come to life on stage! They can be drawn into the lives of their favorite characters they know so well hearing about over bedtime.
For those aged 4 - 18 with the acting bug, they have summer camps where they can really come out of their shell and gain confidence.
How much does it cost?
- Adults$20 (Ages 13 and up)
- Children$14 (Ages 1 - 12)
When can we go?
Ticket booking required, show times vary.
The theater welcomes school groups and students to the theater, so make sure you call to see what productions are coming up so kids can experience culture outside of the classroom. .
Any Top Tips?
They offer after school classes, dramaworks camps and you can even work with them to customize your own camp! .
Need a little extra help?
All the performances are wheelchair accessible so no-one will miss out. They also offer Assistive Listening Devices, Caption Theater and Audio Description for select performances. Any requests for assistance and ASL Interpretation should be made at least 2 weeks before. Also, make sure you reserve your access seating. .
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