Theater for a Cause: “10 Ways to Survive Life in a Quarantine (one act)”

by David Zolidis We did it! We completed our very first production! Bravo to the cast, their families, and the teaching artists who all made this project happen. This will be the first (of hopefully many!) posts that will document each production once it has closed. With this production, we raised $410 for Pennridge FISH!!! […]

“Theater for a Cause” Call for Youth and Adult Actors

Join Little Theater Workshop as we create theater to support Pennridge FISH! This fall, we’ve committed to giving 50% of the proceeds from our production of 10 Ways to Survive Life in Quarantine by David Zolidis to Pennridge FISH. But before we can do that, we need actors! Here are the details: WHO: Actors of […]

Active Bystander Awareness: Cultivating Active Empathy in Youth

“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’” –Mister Rogers After the murder of George Floyd under the knee of Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis, we have seen the broad scope of […]

Why Theater?

“Of all the things you could do with your life, why theater?” It’s a question that follows every theater artist. Admittedly, in this way we are no different from many of the other art forms–just substitute the eyebrow raising “theater” with, “sculpting,” or “dance,” or, god forbid, “writing novels.” (No harm intended for writer friends–by […]