Experience one of Creative Action's highly engaging, multi-day, interactive performances that reach more than 11,000 youth in Pre-K-8th grade in 500 classrooms each year! Please join us for coffee and a special look at one of our signature interactive performance residencies, The Courage to Stand.
By exploring acts of courage throughout history, including moments from the Holocaust and the Civil Rights Era, students learn to examine the choices, risks, and consequences of intervening to help the target in a bullying situation. This interactive performance teaches young people to creatively investigate the idea of courage – what it is, and how to act as a “courageous bystander.”
Join us on Day 2, when students travel back to the Civil Rights Era to explore courage during school integration in Little Rock, Arkansas. Executive Director, Karen LaShelle, and Senior Director of School and Community Partnerships, Shobie Partos, will share about how Creative Action's fun, hands-on creative learning programs help more young people develop the academic, social, and emotional skills they need to become innovative, successful adults in the 21st Century.