Arts for All – See What’s New in our 2018-2019 Resource Guide!

We are excited to share our 2018-2019 Resource Guide with you. Explore our new artist programs, smART Tips, funding opportunities, and resources to help you bring more transformative arts experiences to your students!

View our 2018-2019 Resource Guide

We offer the highest quality

  • Assembly Programs
  • Workshops
  • Artist-in-residence programs
  • After-school programs
  • Professional Learning for educators

From Character Education to STEAM programs, Young Audiences teaching artists will have your students inspired, engaged in learning, and having fun!

Special Offers:

Schedule Early

Schedule a program before October 1, 2018 and receive $500 off any of our extraordinary classical music programs.

Buy More & Save More

Bring one of our talented artists to multiple schools in your district and enjoy a discount! YA provides volume discounts for school districts by coordinating block scheduling got multi-day artist tours.

School Referral Program

Refer a new school to Young Audiences and earn a $50 Amazon gift card!




Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble - Star Tours

Bloomsberg Theatre Ensemble’s “Star Tours: Explore the Mysteries of the Universe!” assembly program

Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble: Star Tours: Explore the Mysteries of the Universe!


NEW ARTIST Bomani: BabaGotB.A.R.S

Box of Light: ZAP! Electricity

NEW ARTIST Brad Zupp: FUNance: Where Fun and Finance Collide!

Cello Fury: Melodies, Moods, and Movies

George Street Playhouse: Anytown

Hip Hop Fundamentals: Hip Hop 4 Health

Nimbus Dance Works: Celebrating Culture, Identity, and Dance!

Rob Aptaker: Tales from Turtle Island

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey: A Midsummer Night’s Dream & Romeo and Juliet




Bomani’s “B.A.R.S.” Workshop



NEW ARTIST Erik James Montgomery: Exposures: Old and New School Photography

NEW ARTIST Give and Take Jugglers: Circus Skills Workshop

Molly Gaston Johnson: The Art of Invention

NEW ARTIST Rashad Malik Davis: Superheroes Among Us!

Rebecca Kelly: Gargoyles: From Gothic to Grotesque

TAHIRA: Reimagining Algebra Through Storytelling