The­ater re­minds us that, even in this highly dig­i­tal age, there is a hu­man body at the cen­ter of ev­ery com­mu­ni­ca­tion.

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ef­fec­tively and re­solve con­flict in a re­spectable way. It de­vel­ops our abil­ity to com­mu­ni­cate our thoughts and feel­ings to oth­ers.

PER­SON­AL­ITY COMES OUT

Af­ter view­ing a the­atri­cal per­for­mance, your kids may come home singing about sci­ence, or be­come more in­quis­i­tive about his­tory, or spend all evening dis­cussing mu­sic. The­ater helps us de­velop our cre­ativ­ity and cu­rios­ity. Most young chil­dren will love the the­ater. By taking kids to the­ater early in their lives, they will see and ex­pe­ri­ence one of life’s great­est cul­tural plea­sures. When you con­nect kids to the arts, you con­nect them to emo­tions, peo­ple and the com­mu­nity. We are for­tu­nate to have such a thriv­ing per­form­ing arts cul­ture in South­west Florida. A num­ber of chil­dren’s the­ater ed­u­ca­tional pro­grams and kid-friendly per­for­mances take place through­out the year, giv­ing par­ents an easy op­por­tu­nity to in­tro­duce chil­dren to live act­ing at an early age and de­velop their ap­pre­ci­a­tion and love for the art.

Mandy Carter is a lo­cal mom with a pas­sion for fam­ily travel, a pop­u­lar travel blog­ger in­clud­ing her own fam­ily blog at Acup­ful.com and the Dig­i­tal Con­tent & En­gage­ment Ed­i­tor for TOTI Me­dia.

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