National Theatre for Children Featured in Star Tribune

In its November 29 issue, Minneapolis Star Tribune has a feature article on Monroe Moxness Berg client National Theatre for Children (NTC). Founded in 1978 by Ward Eames, the theater company works with businesses and government agencies that seek to use their philanthropic funds to deliver a free educational and safety message to schoolchildren.

Engaging young audiences with its funny and whimsical performances that make vivid such themes as health, financial literacy, energy conservation, safety and science, NTC has performed in front of 827,000 students at more than 2,400 schools across the country last year. Having started as a one-man show, NTC now relies on a staff of 200 professional actors, writers, artists, designers and logistics specialists who work out of the 20,000-square-foot headquarters in Golden Valley, MN.

To find out more about NTC, read the full article.

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