Other Programs and Clubs

Corporate Club

Show your employees and clients how much they mean to you with a family trip to the theater! The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati’s Corporate Club gives a unique theatrical opportunity to the people who matter most to your company, and they’ll receive a family memory to last a lifetime.

Jade Pass | $600 (a $700 value) includes:

Pearl Pass | $1,500 (a $2,500 value) includes:

Ruby Pass | $2,500 (a $4,500 value) includes:

Questions?

Contact Tera Pierce, Development Manager of Corporate Partnerships, tera.pierce@tctcincinnati.com or call 513-569-8080 x32.

Scouting Badge Program

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati is proud to support our Tri-State Scouting organizations. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts as well as American Heritage Girls can earn a special Children’s Theatre badge by attending a production, then responding to the performance as follows:

Eligibility:

We want you to enjoy all that The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati has to offer; however, TCT on Tour performances are not applicable for the Scouting Badge. We can only provide badges for submissions/ticket stubs for MainStage productions or shows that are part of the Showtime Series at Red Bank.  Submissions can be mailed in together.

Mail Submissions to:

Attn: Scouting Badge
The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati
4015 Red Bank Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227

More Scouting Opportunities

WorkShops & Touring Productions for Scouts

Tackle badges as a whole troop with WorkShops and Touring Productions that come right to you!

BOOK A WORKSHOP OR TOUR

Group Ticketing

Bring your whole troop and sit together! Discounts available for scouting groups of any size!

BOOK GROUP TICKETS

JumpStart Theatre Program

The JumpStart Theatre program creates sustainable theatre arts programs in middle schools where there previously were none.  Participating schools are chosen through a rigorous application process and receive training, materials, and budget support to produce their first full-scale musical production. The support continues for three years until the program becomes self-sustaining.  Non-theatre teachers are equipped with skills and resources to produce their school’s first musical through a proven combination of bootcamp style training and hands-on mentoring. The Educational Theatre Foundation operates JumpStart Theatre through a national network of regional theatre company partners who are selected based on their track-record of success in running educational programs for children. JumpStart Theatre partners are:  Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, Ga.; La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, Calif.; Mountain City Center for the Arts, Frostburg, MD; Stages St. Louis, St. Louis, MO; The Children’s Theatre, Cincinnati, OH*

 *original pilot site

About the Educational Theatre Foundation (ETF)

The Educational Theatre Association is an international association with approximately 125,000 active members whose mission is shaping lives through theatre education. EdTA is home of the International Thespian Society, which has inducted more than 2.3 million students since its founding in 1929. The Educational Theatre Foundation (ETF) is the fundraising arm of EdTA, providing financial support to enhance theatre education and expand access to school theatre programs for every child. Learn more about ETF

How it works

Schools are rigorously screened on multiple criteria, most notably, passion and commitment. Participant schools receive the materials, funding, expert training, and experienced teaching artist mentor support to produce one full-scale musical production each year on a three-year path to sustainable capability.

Training & Ongoing Mentoring

Three teachers from each participating school are taught the techniques and skills to develop and manage a musical theatre program (everything from casting, to rehearsal schedules, to staging/choreography and technical requirements, to cultivating parent/community engagement, to achieving economic sustainability) through a series of three, full-day professional development “boot-camps” each year of the three-year program, plus an ongoing mentoring/coaching relationship with an experienced theatre teaching artist.

Applications are closed for the 19-20 school year. 

Timeline for 20-21

January 6, 2020 Application opens
February 15, 2020Application closes
February-March 2020 Interviews for schools who have applied and site visits for finalists
April 2020 Selected schools notified & orientation for selected schools
May 2020 Planning for 2020-2021 school year (submit show selections, bootcamp dates determined, contracts signed)
Fall 2020 Program begins at selected sites

Questions?

Contact Kim Kern, Managing Director and CEO, kim.kern@tctcincinnati.com or call 513-569-8080 x11.