Zomo and Big Fish dapping in Zomo the Rabbit: A Hip-Hop Creation Myth. Photo by Margot Schulman.

With our building closed and our families cooped up in their homes, Imagination Stage is doing what we can to bring lively entertainment and activities from our stages and classrooms into your living rooms! For the next couple of weeks, follow along on our blog and social media to keep up with upcoming digital performances, workshops, storytelling, challenges, and ideas for activities that you and your children can explore in the comfort of your homes.

First up – follow along with Tiffany Quinn, the choreographer of Zomo the Rabbit: A Hip-Hop Creation Myth, as she walks you through a few exciting hip-hop dance moves from the play.

Zomo 2020 Dance from Imagination Stage on Vimeo.

We got to sit down with Tiffany and talk about the process of creating choreography for a play, as well as a look into the history of hip-hop dance. Watch the video below to extend your experience!

Zomo 2020 from Imagination Stage on Vimeo.

Members of the Imagination Stage Education team.

Our Commitment To You

Keep coming back to our blog and social media for more ideas and activities for you and your little ones to do at home. While we are currently unable to utilize our typical frameworks of live theatre and best-practice arts education, Imagination Stage is committed to doing everything we can to continue serving our children and families during this unprecedented time.

Check out our Activity Guide for Zomo the Rabbit: A Hip-Hop Creation Myth to extend your experience even further. Regardless of whether or not you were able to see the show, there are fun writing, drawing, and theatre-based activities with curriculum connections that you and your child can do at home.

Theatre and Improv Games You Can Do with Your Family!

Take a look at all of this season’s production & curriculum-based activity guides!

Keeping the Mission Alive

The ghost light shines on in our Lerner Family Theatre. 

Imagination Stage has always had a grand vision: to empower ALL young people to discover their voices and identities through performing arts education and professional theatre. For the past 40 years, we are proud to have empowered 1.5 million young people and their families through theatre performance and education experiences. You make these experiences possible.

We are dedicated to making sure that our community and staff remain safe and our arts and education programming remain strong. In light of the current global health crisis, for the next two weeks, we are suspending all programming including professional theatre, education, and community initiatives. We are working hard to ensure our operations and mission are not impacted by this necessary closure. Your donations are critical to helping us achieve this goal. Thank you for being part of our community. Your support, now more than ever, is vital to keeping our mission alive.

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