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Student Arts Enrichment Programs
Sponsored by The Andrea and Arthur Goldberg
Children's Fund

At the Kravis Center, we firmly believe that by sowing the seeds of creativity in one child’s imagination, we are providing a solid foundation for their future cultural appreciation. A number of quality programs, coordinated through our Education Department, help us plant those seeds. For more information please call the Kravis Center Education and Community Outreach Department at 561-651-4251.

Assures that no student will be denied admission to a S*T*A*R Series performance due to economic need.
Sponsored by Jim and Irene Karp
                       The Rusty Staub Foundation

Created in honor of the late Alan Lebow, the Award for Excellence in Shakespearean Performance is presented by Kids’ Dreams to students of Title One High Schools. Top student performances will be selected at a reception hosted by the Kravis Center and will win cash awards. Winners will be chosen by a panel of judges. Click here for the student application.

Sponsored by Kids' Dreams, Inc.

Take a group of talented imaginative kids who share a common interest in the performing arts and pit then in an environment where they can nurture their creativity and the result is ArtsCamp!  Visit for more information.
With support from Rick and Rosemary Johnston
George T. and Ruth C. Laboda Charitable Foundation

This program gives high school students who have a strong interest in the performing arts (along with an economic need) greater insight into their particular discipline by attending dinner discussions with special guest speakers and personally meeting distinguished artists who perform on the Kravis Center’s stages. Big Time Restaurant Group generously donates a full dining experience for the students.

ArtsCrew members serve as youth mentor for various educational programs at the Center while accruing community service hours and gaining valuable insight into the inner-workings of a professional performing arts center. Click here for more information.  

Beyond the Stage is designed to enhance the entire experience of visiting the Kravis Center. Including pre and post-performance discussions and musical presentations, Beyond the Stage activities complement the main attraction at select performances and are free to ticket holders.
Sponsored by Nancy and Jay Parker

Through Broadway Reach, students enjoy a unique theatrical experience by seeing a live performance of a Broadway National Touring production at the Kravis Center in connection with a series of interactive workshop sessions. Student participants will explore the themes of the production under the instruction of professional teaching artists from our community, honing their writing, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) and performing arts skills. They will exhibit and/or perform their work at a community event. Students will be able to invite a family member to join them for the Kravis Center performance, where they will have lunch and take part in a special meet-and-greet with the cast. 
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This is a by audition only program for students ages 12 to 20 who have a strong interest in pursuing a  career in the musical theatre field.  During the three-week summer program, students will be immersed in the three major areas of the performing arts: acting, voice and dance. Curriculum includes Acting, Vocal Technique, Vocal Repertoire, Ballet, Jazz, Theatre Dance, Tap, Audition Technique, Stage Combat and Improvisation. Click here for more information. 
Sponsored by Marcie Gorman-Althof

The Kravis Center provides a year-round professional performing arts instruction and coaching, performance experience and audition preparation for students in grades 3-12. The academy will target economically disadvantaged youth demonstrating a strong interest in the performing arts.
A Gift of the Lawrence J. and Florence A. De George Charitable Trust

Cast members from Professional Broadway tours will lead a variety of hands-on, participatory workshops for high school and college students.
Sponsored by Marcie Gorman-Althof
With support from the Henry Nias Foundation, Inc. compliments of Vicki Edelman-Tate

Visiting artists participating in Master Classes may choose to lecture, provide demonstrations, field a question-and-answer session, lead a rehearsal or any combination of methods aimed at humanizing the artist and the art form.

In partnership with The School District of Palm Beach County, the Palm Beach County Music Educators' Association and the Youth Orchestra of Palm Beach County, Inc. 
Crossing the threshold from practice to performance is every performer's dream.  The Kravis Center's annual Spotlight on Young Musicians turns that dream into reality for hundreds of talented local student musicians.
Sponsored by The Meshberg family in loving memory of Julia and Philip Meshberg

A lively evening of student-produced dance, music and theatre performances featuring the most talented young artists from our Palm Beach County high school and college community.
Auditions are Saturday, January 16, 2016

By presenting their school IDs at the box office one hour prior to curtain time, students and educators receive 50% off any section ticket (excluding Premium Seating and Kravis On Broadway presentations) from orchestra to rear balcony, based on availability, for any Kravis Center self-initiated performance. 
Sponsored by Suzanne G. Reis Arts Education Fund

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