- Play That Story: Storytelling and acting come together as children hear stories from around the world and then don costumes to act them out.
- Clowning Around: Learn and practice a few clowning skills, such as juggling, balloon twisting, face painting and funny skits, to show off to friends and family.
- Act It Out: Come be a star. First design your own mask; join in some expressive theater games. Then act out some stories.
- Puppets: Make a puppet or two, then get that puppet on the puppet stage to act out a story. Use your best silly (or scary or weird) voice, too.