CTC Programs for Home of the Innocents

Commonwealth Theatre Center is excited to offer the following distance-learning programs for students served by Home of the Innocents. There are three programs available below.

Storytime Theatre –
Legends: On the Trail of Daniel Boone

Spanish Movement for Stories –
The Painter and the Elves

Discover Drama –
The Most Magnificent Thing

Storytime Theatre – Legends: On the Trail of Daniel Boone

Enjoy a special video presentation of Storytime Theatre – Legends: On the Trail of Daniel Boone performed by professional actors in CTC’s Blue Apple Outreach Touring Company.

Continue the experience!

Below the video window, you’ll find a Study Guide you can use to add information to what you learn in the performance. In addition, you can click on surveys after viewing.

Click play on the embedded video below to watch the performance. You can expand the video to full screen using the expand icon in the bottom right corner of the player.

If the embed window isn’t working, click here to go to Vimeo.

Legends: On the Trail of Daniel Boone is made possible through support from many sources. In particular, CTC wishes to thank the following: The Shubert Foundation, the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, Fund for the Arts, Kentucky Arts Council, Louisville Metro, the Norton Foundation, Kosair Charities, Communities in Schools Clark County, and Jefferson County Public Schools.


Spanish Movement for Stories: The Painter and the Elves

Commonwealth Theatre Center’s Blue Apple Outreach presents a special video of this edition of Spanish Movement for Stories featuring teaching artists Meg Caudill and Haydee Canovas.

Click play on the embedded video below to watch the performance. You can expand the video to full screen using the expand icon in the bottom right corner of the player.

If the embed window isn’t working, click here to go to YouTube.


Discover Drama: The Most Magnificent Thing

Commonwealth Theatre Center’s Blue Apple Outreach presents a special video edition of Discover Drama: The Most Magnificent Thing featuring CTC Outreach Director Heather Burns.

Click play on the embedded video below to watch the performance. You can expand the video to full screen using the expand icon in the bottom right corner of the player.

If the embed window isn’t working, click here to go to YouTube.

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