Walking the dog Theater creates theater events that inspire, entertain, and build community.

Vital aspects of this purpose include: engaging children, youth, and adults in their own creative potential, stimulating artistic life in underserved areas, supporting the work and growth of professional artists, and staging plays, with a special passion for the works of William Shakespeare.

Walking the dog Theater (WTD) bases its educational work on the experience that the creation of theater offers young people a unique opportunity for development. Since its founding, WTD has reached over 40,000 children and young people with its performances, workshops, and education programs. They are certain that sharing their enthusiasm for theater can call forth a desire to learn and grow that reaches further than just the stage.

Walking the dog Theater’s outreach programs:

Shakespeare in Schools/Stateline Shakespeare Festival
Theater Workshops for Students
Teaching & Learning Photo Galleries
Storytelling with Children
Workshops with Teachers
Artistic Experiences for People in Need of Special Care
Theater in Youth Detention Centers
Workshops in the Business Environment
Workshops for Everyone: Creative writing/Movement/Chekhov Acting
After School Drama Program