Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre inspires children, teens, and adults to make informed decisions about their health and to build stronger, healthier neighborhoods. Watch the video
Over 1,600 students from Bay Area high schools attended World AIDS Day celebrations on their campuses December 1 to 4 as part of Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre’s Secrets program. The Secrets cast performed their award-winning stage play for the students at Washington High School in Fremont, Oakland High School, Hayward High School, and Castlemont High […]
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. And that means preventing bullying of any kind. Whether it’s hitting, pushing, pinching, threatening, teasing, name-calling, excluding or isolating, spreading rumors, texting mean messages or embarrassing photos, or any other unwanted, aggressive, repeated behavior using real or perceived power, we can help stop it. As October winds down, let’s […]
Educational Theatre helps Alliance for a Healthier Generation launch effort for healthier school climate
Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre inspires healthy eating and active living. Our show The Best Me generated so much excitement at Murphy Elementary in El Sobrante, California, that over 150 students participated in a hugely successful International Walk and Roll to School Day this morning. The Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s Healthy Schools Program will keep […]
It’s a new school year for educators and students and a new touring season for Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre! Secrets, Nightmare on Puberty St., Peace Signs, and The Best Me are back in schools using live theatre to inspire healthy decisions about HIV/AIDS/STI prevention, peer pressure, depression, conflict resolution, bullying, violence, nutrition, and physical activity. […]
Healthy eating and active living are important everywhere, even at summer camp. Recently, The Best Me was performed for children and their families at Growing Together Family Literacy Camp, a day camp offered by Folsom Cordova Unified School District. Linda Burkholder, Family Engagement and Support Services director, explained, “I think this production exactly reflects what […]
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All Upcoming Shows
- 01/08/15 Peace Signs in Vallejo at Grace Patterson Elementary
- 01/09/15 The Best Me in Oakland at Manzanita Community
- 01/09/15 The Best Me in Oakland at Manzanita SEED
- 01/12/15 The Best Me in San Francisco at Leonard Flynn Elementary
- 01/13/15 Nightmare on Puberty St. in Antioch at Antioch Middle