For the first time in North America, 300 children from 6 continents and 22 countries will flood Stratford, Ontario for the 14th World Festival of Children’s Theatre (WFCT). The WFCT is one-of-a-kind event that brings the world’s children together to share each other’s stories and culture through theatre. This year’s theme is “My World, Our Planet” and performances will take place from June 5th-14th, 2016.
Ensuring that as many students as possible are a part of this global experience, the Digital Human Library (dHL), the Foundation for Education Perth Huron and the Avon Maitland District School Board (AMDSB) will be live streaming the Festival performances from SCSS daily at 1PM EST beginning Monday! To watch the performances, simply visit the Digital Human Library, the Foundation for Education, or AMDSB website to tune in!
“The festival is for children, by children,” says Ron Dodson, the Festival’s Artistic Director. “Its varied performances will give us a window on how children see their world and we know that they will inspire and challenge theatregoers with their fresh and thoughtful perspectives.”
Join us next week from the comfort of your own classroom and take in a variety of theatre performances for kids around the world!
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A BIG thank you goes out to Al Booker (SCSS Teacher), Tyler Tucker (student), and Joshua Phongsavath (student) for helping make this live stream possible!
WFCT Community Education Committee
Founder, Digital Human Library
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