Vision: Children with a wide range of special needs achieve their best from creative experiences through the fine arts in a warm and welcoming environment. Mission: Our mission is to enrich the lives of children with special needs by providing the opportunity for each child to demonstrate creativity; develop self-confidence; gain and maintain high self-esteem; … Continue reading What is Joshua’s Stage?
We are excited to launch our next awesome theatre arts session for grades K-5! Children in grades K-5 with a wide range of special needs will have fun exploring puppet and mask making, character development, building-a-scene, taking on the traits of their favorite animal, working as a group to … Continue reading New Session: Theatre Arts for Grades K-5
“She was able to be more expressive. At home, more creative. Always looking forward to seeing friends. The teacher and classroom assistants displayed tremendous amount of patience and kindness to the kids. We shall try theatre next semester.” – Parent of a student from a digital photography session. Theatre Arts! Digital Photography! Click Here to … Continue reading Upcoming Sessions
Summer Camp Goal Our summer camp goal is for children with a wide range of special needs to engage in a meaningful experience through fine arts activities in a warm and welcoming environment. Your Child's Awesome Experience We are planning an awesome summer camp experience for each child – with theatre arts, improv, dance, digital … Continue reading Summer Camps at Joshua’s Stage
Joshua’s Stage is excited to announce a collaboration with Move Your Tale, a collaborative performing arts experience and the opportunity to create, communicate and entertain.
Sundays, March 26th through May 7th, 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
ColdTowne Theater, 4803 Airport Blvd., Austin, TX 78751
Students with a wide range of special needs in grades 6-8 will engage in the free-flowing process of improv in a warm and welcoming environment with awesome activities such as: Alien Translator; Guests-At-A-Party; Questions Only; Freeze; Build-A-Scene, and more!
Your child will have the opportunity to: demonstrate creativity; develop self-confidence during each class and the culminating performance; maintain high self-esteem; form long-lasting relationships with peers with similar needs and caring, qualified teachers; enhance oral language expression, and engage in positive team building exercises. The culminating improv performance takes place during the All Ages Improv Show on May 7th from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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Theatre Arts, for children in grades K-5 with a wide range of special needs have the opportunity to demonstrate creativity, develop self-confidence in the classroom and during performances, maintain high self-esteem, form long-lasting relationships with children with similar needs and caring, qualified teachers. Activities include improv games, student-created puppets and masks, pantomime, aspects of theatre … Continue reading Fun! Exciting! Awesome! Beautiful! Theatre Arts for Grades K-5
Our fabulous dance class is performing live during FULL SPEED, on Sunday February 12! JCC Austin Adult Programs and the Austin Jewish Repertory Theater celebrate Jewish Disability and Inclusion Awareness Month with Full Speed, an exciting showcase featuring art created and performed by very special citizens of our world. The afternoon will include performances by … Continue reading FULL SPEED
Joshua's Stage is excited to announce a collaboration with Move Your Tale, a collaborative performing arts experience and the opportunity to create, communicate and entertain. Sundays, March 26th through May 7th, 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. ColdTowne Theater, 4803 Airport Blvd., Austin, TX 78751 Students with a wide range of special needs in grades 6-8 will … Continue reading Laugh, Learn, and Lead with the Power of Improv
Yes, that’s who I am, Sarah Marah. They call me everything under the Sun from Sara Marinara, to S’marah, to Samrah, and sometimes just Sarah. Enough about my name. I did something and it wasn’t a good something and it wasn’t a bad something either. But it was something and I wouldn’t be here if … Continue reading Monologue of The Week – Sarah Marah
Broccoli Bacon Mess So last night I choked. I really, really choked, you know, the real deal. The coughing thing, the watery eyes thing, my hands on my throat thing. I couldn’t breathe for about 10 seconds, well it felt like 10 minutes, but you know what I mean. It all started because I wouldn’t … Continue reading Monologue of The Week -Broccoli Bacon Mess
This week's monologue was written by my daughter Shayna Levy. We used to sled down the hill, but not the baby one. The one for big kids. Like me. And my brother. We would drag the sled up, and I would get on. He would hold it and jump on, and away we go. But … Continue reading Monologue of The Week -Sledding In Trouble
The clothes, they come in wrinkly, like some of my customers. But they come out shiny, like some of my other customers. A lady brought in a blouse that had been on the bottom of her closet floor for six months she tells me. The blouse looked like a prune, it was shriveled and small. … Continue reading Monologue of The Week – The Dry Cleaner Tailor