The Children's Museum is filled with fun and educational attractions for children and their parents to interact. Some of the exhibits featured at the museum are "Professor Quackenbush's Workshop" filled with building and construction themed activities, "The Computer Zone", "Toddler Town", "Banana Jones' Jungle Science Lab", filled with science gadgets, displays, a fossil dig and a fish tank and "J. B. Tucker Showman's Theatre" - a working theatrical stage filled with costumes and props for the kids.
Days: Wednesdays through Sundays – June 24 through August 31
Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: Children's Ski School at the top of the escalators, next to the Park Hyatt Hotel.
Cost: Free admission
Children's Theatre Workshops
These unique and fun filled 4-day theatre workshops include instruction in all areas of theatrical production and creative dramatics. Kids develop their performance skills as they participate in theatre games and exercises, create characters, animate stories and work as a team to build an original show from scratch. Just as importantly, they develop their creativity, self-confidence, and ability to clearly express themselves - skills that will benefit them for a lifetime.
The workshops are taught by long-time local Brian Hall, who has been acting, directing and producing theatrical presentations for over 30 years. “We really enjoy introducing children to the fun and creativity of theatre. It’s exciting for us to see their self-confidence grow, their creativity develop and to see them beaming as they hear the applause.” Brian Hall, Director.
Recommended for children ages 5 through 12. Reservations are required. All kids receive a daily snack and juice, a “Kid Cast” t-shirt and a certificate of achievement with a cast photo. Each session has a different theme and show, so kids can come back for more than one session as they develop their stagecraft.
The Beaver Creek Children’s Theatre Company
For over 25 years, the world famous Beaver Creek Children's Theatre Company has been tickling the funny bones of families who visit and live in Beaver Creek Resort. Our performances are a smorgasbord of theatrical delights for children of all ages. The shows include the animation of children's poetry, fractured fairy tales and folktales from around the world. Stories include tales of dogs that think they're human, insecure super heroes, crazy young inventors, bubbles that want to take over the world, The Green Hobgoblin and "The Amazing Adventures of the Robin Hood". All our stories are brought to life in a fast moving, high energy and engaging way with plenty of opportunities for the audience to get into the act.
For more information, please call (970) 926-5855 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.