Giveaway | 4 Tickets to "Deep in the Heart" by Kids Who Care Musical Theatre

What a fun way to expose your children to theater! Kids Who Care Musical Theatre is giving one lucky reader 4 Tickets to the Deep in the Heart!

 Deep in the Heart, a Kids Who Care original musical about the Texas history, Texas energy, and Texas spirit that makes our great state unique and strong!  There will be 5 performances to pick from, August 1-4th, and all performances are at the Scott Theatre.

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“Our desire at Kids Who Care is to create a place where the child is cherished. To find kids who love the process of creating musical theatre, to find adults who adore kids and the process, to invite the most talented artists, accountants, community volunteers, and business partners to join us, and when “the lights go up”, we all find delight!.” – Deborah Jung, Founding Executive Director

ENTER TO WIN by leaving a comment with the last theater production you enjoyed.  This giveaway will close at 9 pm on Thursday, July 25th .  We will announce the winner on our Facebook page.  Good luck!

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  1. The last theater production I enjoyed was last year at Kids Who Care called “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.” The play was based on a book written by Barbara Robinson that tells a story about a family named The Herdmens. They were the worse kids known to history who unbenounced joined the yearly Christmas play. The Herdmans touched our hearts as they told the nativity story in a unconventional way. With this technique it was raw and made it real.

    I would like to share my personal thoughts:
    My son played a small but huge part in the program. It was amazing to see the potentials of a young 4 year old. Seeing children transform into their character is amazing. I personally experienced how each role and the different age groups were able to work as a unified team to produce a grand show. With guidance from their instructors each person took leadership and confidence that transpired in their role. It is very motivational to see diversity in ages, gender and ethnic back grounds work as a team to serve one purpose. And that is to be creative, having fun with each other, and sharing smiles and laughter. Musical Theater Education and Performances is a must for children and adults. Best outlined at Kids Who Care!

  2. The last theater production we enjoyed was Sseussical the Musical at the Actor’s Conservatory Theatre in Lewisville. To see the passion, excitement and skill of the actor who ranged from 4-14 was amazing. It inspired my little to want to take to the stage.

  3. The last theatre production that my girls and I enjoyed was “The Little Mermaid” at Artie’s Playhouse in Hurst. Incredibly talented children!

  4. The last theatre production we saw was a high school play of “Cinderella” in Coppell. My kids have never been to a true theatre performance and I am dying to get them there!


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