Outreach Programs

If you have seen a program or a performance at the Museum and would like to have the Museum’s Theater Troupe perform at your school or event, we have several outreaches to choose from. Prices vary depending on the amount of travel or on the type of performance. Contact us today so that we can custom your outreach program today.

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Build it

Imagination Playground is an innovative playground equipment system that transforms any place into a play space that encourages learning, social development, movement and above all, fun. Rent our big blue blocks for your next event!

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Interactive Story Time

Choose your favorite children’s book or let us choose one for you! Our interactive story time is appropriate for all preschool audiences. The program includes a take home activity and 30 minutes of storytelling.

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Art Techniques

Pick an artist from the following: Matisse, Gaudi, Calder, Kandinsky, Stella, Mondrian or Pollock. Our Studio Artist will supply all materials and a specialized led art project for up to 25 students per session.

For more information or to book an outreach, please contact Anais at arodriguez@miamichildrensmuseum.org

Teddy and the Great Train Ride

Sam and Jamie fall asleep after reading their favorite Thomas the Train stories. Suddenly, a weird and wonderful train journey unravels in their very own bedroom. They meet alligators called UTA, sharks at Publix, princesses in towers and a friendly conductor. But wait! Has anyone seen Teddy?

The Lost Pirates

Three captains are washed up after a gigantic storm on Watson Island. Join Captain Captain, Captain No Beard, and Captain Snake as they battle it out through sword fighting, rock-paper-scissors, song and an epic rap battle to decide who becomes captain of this here island.

The Big Question

The Big Question is an energetic, zany, interactive show, exploring all things science. Our wickedly cool science team, Ada, Albert, Charles, Isaac, Marie and Rosalind will ask you, the studio audience, to choose a mystery BIG question for the day and then use their scientific knowledge to observe, ask, discover, test and try again to figure it all out.

Building Noise

Follow an ordinary work day of three construction workers, who don’t build walls or towers but instead build noise. Through body percussion, everyday objects and boom whackers, the builders build rhythm and songs to get through their day. This interactive piece concludes with the audience building one giant sound scape. To keep in line with the building theme, our set is created out of Imagination Playground. Our construction workers can work with your students to facilitate a gigantic building experience.

Simama Nami (Stand with Me)

Simama Nami is a salute to African storytelling, as it follows the journey of a rhino, chimp and dung beetle seeking refuge in a cave. Something outside the cave is upsetting the three animals and they must band together with their unique attributes to face their fears and solve their problems. At its heart, Sinama Name is a call to action. We ask our audiences to stand with us, to look after each other, each living creature and the world we live in. This is our world to share.

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Theatrical Outreaches by Miami Children's Museum's Theater Troupe

Battle of the Things (Cat in the Hat)

Thing One and Thing two are at it again! Tired of the same old story, Thing Two is fed up with his second place ranking and decides to challenge Thing One. Through tap dance, lip syncing and a secret third round, help decide who will be Thing of the year!

Piggie and Gerald

Your favorite Mo Willems duo, Piggie and Gerald are brought to life in this medley of stories, including Watch Me Throw A Ball, Listen to My Trumpet, We Are In A Play and more!

Just a Minute

Grandma Beetle comes up with one, two, three, four, TEN excuses as to why Señor Calavera must wait for her. This counting farce by Yuyi Morales is accompanied by physical comedy, great music and an Abuela you are bound to love.

Pete the Cat

Pete the Cat, the coolest and calmest cat in town is ready to teach your little ones not to worry. Eric Litwin’s groovy stories, Pete the Cat: Rocking in My School Shoes, I love My White Shoes and My Four Groovy Buttons come off the page through song and dance.

Shakespeare’s Dream

Step inside the mind of the great William Shakespeare as he is under pressure to create the next big hit. He jumps around from play to play, as the audience watches scenes from Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth unfold at lightning speed.

Green Eggs and Ham

Do you like green eggs and ham? Whether you do or not, this adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ most popular book will have you non-stop laughing as Sam persists and persists you try his green eggs and ham.

What Was I Scared Of

One of Dr. Seuss’ hidden gems, What Was I Scared Of is a tale of overcoming your fears and accepting one’s differences, as a wanderer in the woods comes across a moving pair of pants. You will not be able to take your eyes off these magical green pants with no one inside them.

Strego Nona

Strega Nona, commonly known around town as Grandma Witch, has a magic pasta pot. Tomie de Paola’s picture story book lifts off the page as Big Anthony temps fate by touching the pasta pot.

The Spiffiest Giant in Town

Watch the Scruffiest Giant turn Spiffiest Giant and help out his furry friends around town with the kindest of deeds. The Spiffiest Giant in Town by Julia Donaldson, comes to life through music, dance and quirky characters.

Not a Box

A cardboard box is NOT a cardboard box. It’s a racecar, a mountain, and a space rocket. Use your imagination and transform ordinary cardboard boxes into the extraordinary during our performance of Not a Box, inspired by the book by Antionette Portis.


Who is keeping the Little Princess awake? Find out during this adaptation for Mick Inkpen’s Lulllabyhullaballoo, involving live performers and shadow puppets.

Musical Story Time

What’s better than reading books? Singing, chanting and dancing to books! Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, The Paper Dolls, Ain’t Gonna Paint No More, Barnyard Dance and more will never sound the same after the kids have sung and played instruments to these tales.

For more information or to book an outreach, please contact Anais at arodriguez@miamichildrensmuseum.org

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