Portland Stage offers vital theater arts education for grades pre-K through high school through In-Theater and In-School programming. In-Theater programming in our Theater For Kids Storefront Space includes classes, camps, workshops, and more! In-School programs connect and reinforce Common Core Standards and are designed to grow with students as they progress through all grade levels.
As a leading cultural arts institution, education is central to the Mission of Portland Stage. All classes and workshops are taught by professionally trained Teaching Artists and focus on literacy, cultural awareness, imaginative problem-solving, collaborative play, and creative thinking. Our teaching philosophy highlights process over product, deepening students’ ability to analyze, synthesize, and think critically while making connections to the thoughts and ideas behind the written word.
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In-Theater Programs: ‘Theater for Kids’
Play Me a Story (Ages 4-10)
After School Classes (Grades 5-12)
Shakespeare Teen Company (Grades 7-11)
High School Intensives (Grades 9-12)
Vacation Camps (Grades 3-6)
Summer Camps (Grades K-12)
PLAY Program (Grades K-4)
Holiday Show (Grades 3-12)
Directors Lab (Grades 5-12)
Student Matinees (Grades 5-12)
Portland Stage would like to thank the Onion Foundation, Maine Arts Commission, the Sam L. Cohen Foundation, the Margaret E. Burnham Charitable Trust, and the Robert and Dorothy Goldberg Charitable Foundation for their generous support of our K-12 Education Programs; the Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust and the Edward H. Daveis Benevolent Fund of the Maine Community Foundation for their support of the PLAY Program; and the Roy A. Hunt Foundation for their continued support of our Internship Program.
Portland Stage would like to thank Susie Konkel for her support of our In-Theater programming.