How Do You Do?
Associate Artistic Director, actor, maker of puppets, props, and sets, master chef, and all around creative mastermind, John Ellingson entertains us with his expertise on social media.
From make-up tutorials and magic tricks to puppets and pasta, be sure to tune in to NWCT’s Facebook Wednesdays at 1pm for the video of the week.
Missed an episode? Watch all of the videos on YouTube!
No Small Acts
No Small Acts is NWCT’s original web-series aimed at sharing the little things that members of the NWCT community are doing to keep the Black Lives Matter movement moving forward outside of protesting, donating, contacting government officials and other larger actions.
Every moment is an opportunity because when the problem is this big, there are No Small Acts.
For more resources, visit nwcts.org/action.
Theater Game Thursdays
Outreach Manager, Erik Montague, shares 8 different theater games that your whole quaran-team can play!
From “Props” to “Park Bench” these how-to videos will help your family discover new games to try that are sure to lead to lots of laughs.
View our theater game tutorials any time on YouTube!
Online Camps & Classes
NWCT Online classes and camps are not your average Zoom meeting — our energetic teaching artists engage each student through theater games, imaginative activities, and exercises designed to get kids up on their feet.
Watch these videos to see what our online classes and camps are all about!
How Can I Support NWCT?
We are all in this together.
These developments do not change our mission to educate, entertain, and enrich the lives of young audiences.
Thanks in part to our generous donors, we are offering all online classes and resources for FREE. We are humbled by the support we have seen from our community and extend our deepest gratitude to the many people who have already chosen to donate to Northwest Children’s Theater in this uncertain time.
Making a tax-deductible donation helps NWCT continue to provide programming that is available, affordable, and accessible to all children.