As we step into the 2023-2024 school season, we’re thrilled to introduce a dynamic and innovative approach to in-school programming that promises to ignite the imaginations of students, empower educators, and transform the way we engage with learning. Our commitment to providing top-tier educational experiences remains unwavering, and our latest offerings are designed to enrich the classroom experience, foster creativity, and prepare students for a future filled with opportunities. Discover how our in-school programming options are set to redefine the educational landscape and inspire the leaders of tomorrow.
Be whisked away on an adventure through time, following Ebenezer Scrooge’s story from his past to present and future. Our production will transport you straight into the world of Dickens’ classic tale, perfectly tailored for school-size audiences! Join us for two extra special matinee performances on our Main Stage.
Touring Dates: Nov. 13 – Dec. 15, 2023
School Matinee Performances: Dec. 8 & 15 at 10 AM
Ages Recommended: Elementary & Middle School
Get ready for a heartwarming theatrical experience of a classic tale with our rendition of “The Velveteen Rabbit!” This magical tale spins the story of a boy and his stuffed bunny whose love brings the rabbit to life. With enchanting acting and a set that will transport you to another world, this show is a must-see for all ages .Join us for a show filled with joy, laughter, and a touch of enchantment!
Touring Dates: Feb. 20 – Mar. 18, 2024
Ages Recommended: Elementary School
Join the chaos in CCT’s rendition of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where lovebirds, crafty actors, and bickering Fairy royalty collide in a mystical forest. With Puck’s mischievous spells, love triangles, and betrayal run amok, leaving everyone dizzy with drama. Will they find their way out of this tangled web, or will they be lost in the enchanted forest forever? Don’t miss our on this hilarious tale, perfect for school shows!
Touring Dates: March 25 – April 19, 2024
Ages Recommended: Middle & High School
Photography by Kyle Long Photography