Right now, it can also be quite challenging. This month at SCT, we are taking the time to focus on how we connect with our audience, community and friends – near and far! The best way we know how to connect is through art, and even though the doors to our theatre may be closed for now, it isn’t stopping us from creating, sharing, and teaching. For generations, SCT has been a friend and resource to young people and their families, and that is a connection that will never waiver.
So read on to discover all the ways SCT continues to connect to our valued audience – nationally, regionally and locally.
Exclusive for sct families
KING-FM reaches across the Greater Puget Sound with up to 300,000 listeners a week, and with a simple click of a button you can join us on Saturday morning starting August 15 for an experience your whole family will love. Visit us online for more information from us and our friends at KING-FM on when and where you can tune in! Who knows, the music from your favorite SCT show may just be featured.
Thank you, artsfund!
Encouraging connection through a virtual setting can be challenging, but our teaching artists and students have found success through SCT’s intimate class sizes and new roster of summer classes including unique affinity options and upcoming classes like Intro to Puppetry, Sensory Drama, and Stand Up classes for BIPOC students. It has been 2 months of supreme creativity and fun, and we can’t wait to see what August will bring!