At Seed, we know that the arts bring people together and can create an environment for beautiful community and connection between participants on both sides of the curtain. But sometimes making or even seeing productions can be really difficult (and expensive) when you have loved ones you must leave while you are the theatre. And often times, even if the overall theme of the show is relevant , the content may not be suitable for all of your family members. This tension can leave some patrons - and many exceptional artists - unable to attend or participate in productions.
Since 2010, Seed has made it our mission to support parents and families attending and working in our local theatre community. We try to find as many creative ways to do this as possible. Whether it is feeding your tribe during long production days, providing show-themed drama programs for kids whose parents are performing or attending local plays, or finding cast and crew roles for even the littlest family members, we are intentional about creating ways for your whole tribe to share theatre experiences together.
Kids are invited to join our Seed Art Share teaching artists on March 1 during The Justice theatre Project's matinee of Sweat. The program, that includes theater games, stories, crafts, and a snack, is free with confirmed adult reservations to the show. Space is limited so register now for this one of a kind kids program!
Umstead Park United Church of Christ