Your participation is invaluable in helping measure CTC's progress on our ACT One plan to increase diversity and inclusion institution-wide. More than half of CTC’s contributed income comes from corporate, foundation, and government grants, many of which request demographics measuring CTC’s audience diversity. Individual responses are confidential.

Your participation is invaluable in helping measure CTC's progress on our ACT One plan to increase diversity and inclusion institution-wide. More than half of CTC’s contributed income comes from corporate, foundation, and government grants, many of which request demographics measuring CTC’s audience diversity. Individual responses are confidential.

Data from these anonymous surveys will be reviewed in aggregate by the ACT One Diversity and Inclusion committees and used to a) benchmark CTC's current diversity profile as a whole and within functional areas and b) develop recruiting and succession strategies to include more people from a wider range of peoples of color, people with disabilities, sexual orientation, and gender identification.

ACT Pass Tickets for Families and Individuals
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ACT Pass Tickets for Community Groups
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ACT Pass Scholarships to Classes and Camps
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  • Act Pass Partners
Children’s Theatre Company partners with the following community-serving organizations in the ACT Pass program:
Ain Dah Yung
American Indian Montessori Childcare Center
Amherst H. Wilder Foundation
Anoka County Partnerships
Ascension Church
Ascension Place
Aqui Para Ti
Autism Society of Minnesota
Banyan Community
BeYOUtiful Brown Girls / Pretty Brown Girl Club
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities
Boys and Girls Club – Southside Village Club
Bloomington Indian Education (Learning for Life)
Bridge for Youth
Calvary Kids Village, STEP, Children and Families Ministries
Casa de Esperanza
Center for Victims of Torture
Cleveland Neighborhood Association
Community Partners for Youth
Community Stabilization Project
Dayton’s Bluff Recreation Center
DeafBlind Services MN Children, Youth and Family Services
Down Syndrome Association / BLAST / Sanford Hype Unified Friends
Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE)
Early Wonders Preschool
Education Explosion
Emerge Community Development
Family Partnership/Four Directions
The Family Place
Family Promise in Anoka County
Girls Are Powerful
Girls Club
Girl Scouts ConnectZ
Good Neighbor Center
Hammer Residencies
Highland Friendship Club
Hope Academy
Hospitality House Youth Development
Jabbok Family Services and COOL Youth
Jeremiah Program
Jordan House
Joyce Preschool
Kateri House
Kids Abilities Pediatric Therapy Clinic
Kids Dominion
Kinship of Greater Minneapolis
Lyndale Neighborhood Association
MAD DADS of Minneapolis
Meridian Services
Minneapolis Park Board Youthline
MN Hands and Voices
MN Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Neighborhood House
New Native Theatre
North High School Theatre Program
Northside Achievement Zone
Northside Child Development
Parents in Community Action (PICA) Head Start
Partnerships Resources Incorporated
Penumbra Theatre Summer Institute
People Serving People
Pillsbury House and Theatre
Plymouth Christian Youth Center
Project for Pride in Living New Foundations
The Refuge Network
RS EDEN Portland Village
Sacred Beings Project
Saint Anne’s Place
St. Paul Public Schools Early Childhood Special Ed (SPPSECSE)
St. Paul MOSAIC Youth Group
St. Stephens Human Services
Salvation Army Booth Brown House
Simpson Housing Services
Solid Ground
Southside Family Nurturing Center
Transforming Families
Unified Community Services
Urban Farm and Garden Alliance
Urban Ventures Learning Lab and Urban Stars
Veterans Tickets Foundation
Volunteers of America-MN Community Family Supports
Waite House
Way to Grow
Wayside House Family Treatment Center
Whittier Alliance
Whittier School Community Education
Youth Farm
YWCA Children’s Center at Hubbs
YWCA Downtown Minneapolis
YWCA St. Paul

Privacy Policy

Thank you for reviewing the privacy policy and disclaimer.

Children’s Theatre Company (“CTC”) is committed to providing a safe online experience. We collect no personally identifying information, unless you choose to provide us with that information. This statement of Privacy applies to the CTC website and governs data collection and usage. By using the CTC website, you consent to the data practices described in this statement.

If you visit our site to browse, read, watch videos or download, we automatically collect and store only the following information about you:
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  • The pages you visit
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This information is used to improve the functionality of the website—to learn about the number of visitors to our site and the types of technology our visitors use. We do not track or record information about individuals and their visits. We may compile and report aggregate statistics about our users — numbers, traffic patterns, and related site information — but these statistics will include no personally identifying information. CTC is not responsible for privacy statements or other content on websites outside of CTC, including those linked from CTC’s website.


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