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JOIN US FOR A SUMMER OF ADVENTURES!

Enrollment for Summer Camp 2018 at Chicago Children’s Theatre is OPEN!

Every week is unique and will culminate in an original, camper-driven story. Legends, myths, folktales, fairytales, and fables! Telling modern stories, making new friends, and creating big, wonderful shows for ages 6 through 10. Your child will learn the basics of acting, song writing, and singing, dance choreography, collaborative story development, scene and prop construction, and gain new, specialized skills each week.

Enroll your child in one week of camp or many! Campers will grow their skills in acting, dance, spectacle, craft, and collaborative storytelling.

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2018.2019 Single Tickets ON SALE NOW!September 10, 2018

Single tickets for the 2018.2019 Season are now available for purchase! Check out the shows below and click through to purchase your tickets! And remember that you can subscribe and SAVE up to 20%!

Matt de la Peña and Christian Robinson present “Carmela Full of Wishes”September 6, 2018

Chicago Children’s Theatre and The Book Stall invite you to join us on Oct. 14 for a very special event with Matt de la Peña and Christian Robinson, the team behind the Newbery Medal and Caldecott Honor-winning best-seller Last Stop … Continue reading

2018 Fall Free for All!August 14, 2018

Sunday, September 9, 9:00AM-1:00PM The Station, 100 South Racine Ave It’s an interactive open house of free classes, food, and delightful spectacle! Celebrate the end of summer with CCT enjoy snacks, entertaining spectacle, and try out some of our upcoming … Continue reading

ANNOUNCING: Fall Classes!August 7, 2018

Chicago Children’s Theatre is committed to training the next generation of actors and performers. Our Education opportunities strive to reflect the integrity and quality of our mainstage work, so children receive the same skills in our training that is needed … Continue reading

Let’s Play!August 3, 2018

Dear Friends of CCT, We are proud to announce our next critical step officially leaving behind the identity of a small theatre company and leveraging our position as a world class arts institution. Read more.