director's notes, a book

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A collection of essays on theater, life, and family. 

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12 Tips for taking kids to the theater

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Published by ParentMap and BlueStar Families 

Theater offers a unique opportunity for connection and conversation, especially with tweens and teens. Theater can be both fabulous entertainment and meaningful art. Enjoying theater with kids is easy, especially if you approach the experience with appropriate expectations and a few goal-oriented strategies. Here are a few ways to set the stage for connecting with your kids through a theater experience.