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April 23-June 16

A Year With Frog and Toad

Meet Frog and Toad, best friends who embark upon a year’s worth of adventures and joyful song-singing. Join them as they go swimming, rake leaves until they ♫ ache, ache, ache , and send letters via a real live ♫Snail with the Mail in the only show from Minnesota ever to be nominated for three Tony Awards, including Best Musical! 

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Our 2024-2025 Season is Here!

There are six phenomenal shows to keep your family entertained, engaged, and creating lifelong memories you’ll cherish forever! 

This season of epically awesome exploits is indubitably fresh. With a whole lotta soul-shaking, soul-searching, foot-stomping, mid-air tumbling, big-screen puppeteering fun. There are monsters, magic, and illustrations that literally jump off the page.

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Join us for The Friends of Frog and Toad Artisans and Advocates Market!

June 1 and 2 | 10am-4:30pm

Join us for “The Friends of Frog and Toad Artisans and Advocates Market” on June 1 and 2 from 10am-4:30pm to kick off LGBTQ+ Pride Month! This makers’ market will take place in the MacMillan Family Lobby on the first floor and will feature LGBTQ+ artists, makers, and advocacy partners and their many art forms: from caricature to candle-making, jewelry-making to sweets-baking! Come prepared to support these makers and artists; we can’t wait to see you there!

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2024 Summer Camps Now On Sale!

Theatre Arts Training is the industry leader in providing professional theatre experiences and education to build curious, creative, and confident young artists.

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With contributed revenue accounting for almost half of our organizational budget, your support is more than appreciated – it is critical. You are our greatest advocates and partners in our mission to produce extraordinary theatre experiences that educate, challenge, and inspire young people and their communities.


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Announcing CTC’s New Managing Director

Jill A. Anderson Named Next Managing Director of Children’s Theatre Company

We are thrilled to announce that Jill A. Anderson has been named CTC’s next Managing Director! Jill A. Anderson has served as Managing Director of Syracuse Stage since 2016 and will join CTC on July 22.

“I am thrilled to join the staff, board, and artists of Children’s Theatre Company, and to partner with Rick Dildine in leading this remarkable organization,” said Anderson. “I’ve long held CTC in the utmost regard, and am humbled by the opportunity to return to a community I love—and a theatre where I first worked more than 20 years ago—to build upon CTC’s strong foundation with such a dedicated and talented team.”

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Announcing CTC’s New Artistic Director

Rick Dildine Named Next Artistic Director of Children’s Theatre Company

We are thrilled to announce that Rick Dildine has been named CTC’s next Artistic Director! Rick is currently Artistic Director of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF) and will be joining CTC on July 1, 2024.

“For some time, I have felt that creating art for young people is the most important task artists can undertake as they expand the scope of American theatre,” says Rick. “I am incredibly honored that Children’s Theatre Company has given me the opportunity to do just that.”

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Peter Brosius to depart Children’s Theatre Company at the end of the 23-24 season

After 27 years of transformational theatre, Brosius is the longest serving Artistic Director in CTC’s 58-year history

 Children’s Theatre Company(CTC) is announcing that Peter Brosius, Artistic Director has decided to depart CTC on June 30, 2024, at the end of the 2023-24 Season. His artistic vision has transformed the theatre into the nation’s leading theatre that serves a multi-generational audience.

Land Acknowledgement

Children’s Theatre Company (CTC) acknowledges that we are now stewards of the land the Wahpekute People of the Dakota Nation still call home. The Wahpekute have been occupants of this land for thousands of years. We acknowledge the painful history of unfair and unfulfilled treaties and years of genocide. It is our responsibility to the Wahpekute and the entire Dakota Nation to together honor their lives, tell their stories, and reimagine our future.

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