Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA Virtual Theatre Program | Kids Out and About Buffalo

Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA Virtual Theatre Program

*The event has already taken place on this date: Tue, 11/24/2020
Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA are bringing our most popular theatre programs for you to enjoy in your own home!

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Keegan Family Story Corner

Under age 5

Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays

Join Keegan Teaching Artists Molly (on Mondays), Lily (on Wednesdays), and Harrison (on Fridays and Saturdays) as we start our day on a positive foot with singing, dancing, and a story. Fun for the whole family, but geared towards children up to age 5. Drop in as you can or make it a weekly tradition.


Keegan Merry Makers

Grades 2nd-4th


Get ready to move as we use our bodies, voice, and imagination to create characters, explore imaginary settings, and share our favorite stories.


Cool, Calm, and Collected: Empowering Confidence in Young Women Through Theatre

Grades 4th-6th


Turn insecurities into something you are proud to call YOURS. We'll explore how to find confidence in yourself using breath and movement using the art of theatre and collaboration to find your most cool, calm, and collected self.


Actor's Toolbox

Grades 1st-3rd


Everyone is an actor with DC professional theatre company, Keegan Theatre. Theatre is fun when we play games to warm up our imagination, body, and voice. Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA teaching artists are embracing the digital world to bring our interactive games from our theatre to your home. We introduce basic theatre vocabulary to create an ensemble, or a group of people working together.


Music & Movement in Theatres

Grades 1st-3rd


Dance your cares away! Students learn basic dance and music vocabulary and how to express themselves through movement and music.


Actor's Studio:  Take Your Acting to the Next Level

Grades 6th-8th



Our Voices, Our Stories

Middle & High School

Tuesdays in October

In this 8-part series, students will work together as an ensemble to discover what makes a "good story," delve into a variety of ways to tell stories, share and present our own stories. The first week of classes will be a combination of ensemble building, interactive activities and discussion around "what makes a good story?" by examining artists and mediums throughout the ages. In the second week, we will delve into stand up, podcasts, speeches, and more, as we unpack how our own experiences are the most interesting stories of all. In week three, we will begin sharing our own stories, and together craft a working project for students to present. In the final week we will rehearse our pieces for a Story Slam, and sharpen our tools to continue sharing our voices and stories once the class ends. No required experience or knowledge. Just a passion for working together and sharing stories!

Looking to take your acting to the next level? Learn how those on stage and screen dive into their script for the most authentic and honest storytelling. You’ll study, memorize, and perform multiple scenes over the course of 10 weeks.

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Contact name: 
Alexis Hartwick
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