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  • We Tour Kids Who Care's original Musicals designed to inspire and change the world
  • The Resident Company arrives at your venue with 50-55 high energy performers (ages 6-18)

Currently Touring: The King's Drum Now Touring
  • Length: Full -length performances are 40 minutes
  • Performances are tailored to accommodate the time needed for your event
    For example: KWC provided a single song to open an event for Laura Bush
  • Cast: Resident Company of performers ages 6-18
  • Touring Dates: October 21, 2016 - May 18, 2017
  • Pricing: Negotiated per performance. Price varies based on venue, size of audience, length of show, travel costs and technical support

Kids Who Care Performances are perfect for:
  • Corporate meetings / Team building events
  • School-wide full theatre productions or assemblies
  • Galas/Fundraisers
  • Community and Citywide events
  • Leadership Workshops - Teacher in-service,Leadership conferences, early childhood workshops

Kids Who Care has performed at:
  • Times Square in New York City / The Texas State Capital
  • The Fort Worth Club
  • City Councils in Fort Worth, Trier Germany, Reggio Emilia Italy, Houston and San Antonio
  • Cook Children's Medical Center / The Make-A-Wish Flight
  • Off Broadway at the Lamb's Theatre / The Kennedy Center
  • Bass Performance Hall / Dallas Meyerson Symphony Center

What People are Saying
"We have booked Kids Who Care for the Leadership North Texas opening retreat since the program started in 2009. These young leaders are impressive, engaging and have no trouble coaxing adults out of their comfort zones. The feedback each year is always the same: The future is a bright place with these young leaders!"
Kimberly Walton -- Vice President, Communications, North Texas Commission

"The first time I saw Kids Who Care perform was at the Ronald McDonald House in Fort Worth. Not only was the kids' performance beautiful and artistically impressive, but the message was so powerful. It was the first time these kids moved me to tears, but certainly not the last. It was the perfect complement to the Ronald McDonald House's Topping Out ceremony."
Brandi Sanchez -- Vice President, Customer Experience, GM Financial

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The King's Drum
"Compassion was never lost just hidden from view, look for the children and angels, they will find it for you." Narrator from The King's Drum

This latest original work reminds us that there are angels who await us in the worst of times and gift us with a particular grace at the close of a difficult passage.

The King's Drum Running Time : 40 minutes
Performances can be tailored to accommodate the time needed for your event.
The King's Drum Cast: Resident Company of performers ages 6-18
Touring dates : October 20, 2016 - May 18, 2017

This adventure begins with a tale of a Good Queen from an ancient time who knew and loved her people and lived to serve them. Her legacy was strong when she crowned a new king but shortly dissolved as this new leader's power blinded him to the needs of his people. "He forgot what he knew." As he "locks up his gates and his heart" the story catapults us into current time. The children take us to a rundown neighborhood and a home where we meet the first of many guardian angels. Real or ethereal, the story of "The King's Door" reminds us there are angels who await us in the worst of times and gift us with a particular grace at the close of a difficult passage. These "Angels of Hope far outnumber the heartaches, and the goodness they give us remains when the leave." The story returns in the end to find the King after many years have passed within his own crisis in need of a miracle. And we all discover "compassion was never lost, just hidden from view" and are advised "look for the children and angels, they will find it for you."

Notes from the Director:
"Some years our story is as simple as "believing in make believe". And other years, like this one, it starts with stories like the ones coming out of Paris last November. Whether fanciful or full of concern, the process always begins the same way. We ask our kids, "If you could change the world, what would you change?" Their response drives the production process from blank page to preview. Their ideas are certain to be fresh and authentic, and in the last 28 years have always proven to be global in scope.

Creating original works written to be spoken to all ages with an exceedingly musical and intuitive, and lyrical sense, are one of the many things we love to do with our children! The script honors the voice of the "child" without being childish." - Deborah Jung, Kids Who Care Executive Director

Writing Partners:
Written in partnership with Cook Children's, the students of Kids Who Care, full time and extended artistic staff, and a trusted collection of adult writers and poets. All of these people have of one thing in common; the belief that the power of art can change the world.

Important Dates:
December 2, 2016 -The Fort Worth Community Arts Center will host an Art Gallery Reception featuring Art inspired by and created for the production of The King's Drum.
December 16, 2016 -The King's Drum soundtrack will be released on ITunes
Watch for CD Release party in 2018
The King's Drum will be on stage at the Fort Worth Community Art's Center Scott Theatre December 16, 2016 and May 19, 2017.

Kids Who Care offers affordable, inspirational and educational Field Trips for students of all ages. Since 1989, schools throughout the DFW Metroplex have chosen to bring their students to Kids Who Care to witness spectacular theatre performed by their peers.

Kids Who Care would like to extend an invitation to your students, teachers, parents & staff to attend one of our school-day performances in the beautiful Scott Theatre in the Fort Worth Cultural District. These field trips are available to an entire school or small groups including a class, grade level, Student Council, Theatre Department, Choir, Odyssey of the Minds, or other selected groups.

All field trip bookings are first-come first serve basis, so early bookings are encouraged.

Each school must make their own transportation arrangements and if needed, Kids Who Care has a program that provides a limited number of sponsored tickets as well as possible transportation reimbursements. Please call today to request an application for this program.

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Kids Who Care creates and produces Original Works of Musical Theatre:
Kids Who Care has produced original works since 1990 with a team of Texas playwrights and songwriters. Each July a new musical premieres at the Scott Theatre in Fort Worth with a company of kids ages 6-20 from around the world.

Tours of the original works began in 1990 with performances in Reggio Emilia, Italy, followed by an invitation to the Kennedy Center`s Texas Festival of the Arts in 1991.

2016 The King's DoorSee Photos on FlickrDownload from iTunes
2015 Look UpSee Photos on FlickrDownload from iTunes
2014 District XI: Believe in MeSee a PhotoDownload from iTunes
2013 Deep in the HeartSee a PhotoDownload from iTunes
2012 Freedom BoundSee a Photo
2011 ChoicesSee a Photo
2010 In The ZoneSee a Photo
2009 District XI: Believe in MeSee a Photo
2008 Let My Heart SingSee a Photo
2007 Earth and Soul (Rework 2)See a Photo
2006 Deep in the Heart (Revised)See a Photo
2005 The KiteSee a Photo
2004 Get Found KidSee a Photo
2003 Choices (Revised 2)See a Photo
2002 Bridge to FreedomSee a Photo
2001 Deep in the Heart (Original)
2000 Earth & Soul (Revised)See a Photo
1999 Choices (Revised)See a Photo
1998 The Power of One
1998 Heart 2 HeartSee a Photo
1997 We Have A Voice (Revised)See a Photo
1996 Gone to Texas
1995 Soul Avenue
1994 Earth & Soul (Original)
1993 Choices (Original)See a Photo
1992 Heart 2 Heart (Original)
1991 We Have A Voice (Original)See a Photo
1990 The Me You Cannot SeeSee a Photo

A timeline of Kids Who Care productions:

Kids Who Care produces family entertainment at the beautiful Scott Theatre, located in the heart of the Fort Worth Cultural District.

At Kids Who Care: