CATCO is Kids in conjunction with CATCO is thrilled to present a series of four short plays for multi-generational audiences, designed to spark conversations about race in America, and to serve as a catalyst for action.

These works are free of charge to our community in collaboration with Idris Goodwin, TYA/USA and the the HeART of Protest Initiative, in partnership with the King Arts Complex.

These plays will premiere virtually on October 24, 2020

CATCO and CATCO is Kids is thrilled to present a series of four short plays for multi-generational audiences, designed to spark conversations about race in America, and to serve as a catalyst for action.

These works are free of charge to our community in collaboration with Idris Goodwin, TYA/USA and the the HeART of Protest Initiative, in partnership with the King Arts Complex.

October 24, 2020

THE PLAYS

THE WATER GUN SONG

How do you explain to a child why a water gun isn’t simply a toy?
Ages 6+

ACT FREE

Three kids wrestle with the definition of freedom.
Ages 9+

NOTHING RHYMES WITH JUNETEENTH

A child and a parent try to complete a rap for a school presentation.
Ages 9+

#MATTER

Former high school friends debate matters of life and race.
Ages 14+

THE PLAYS

THE WATER GUN SONG

How do you explain to a child why a water gun isn’t simply a toy?
Ages 6+

ACT FREE

Three kids wrestle with the definition of freedom.
Ages 9+

NOTHING RHYMES WITH JUNETEENTH

A child and a parent try to complete a rap for a school presentation.
Ages 9+

#MATTER

Former high school friends debate matters of life and race.
Ages 14+

ABOUT IDRIS GOODWIN

Across two decades Idris Goodwin has forged a multi-faceted career as an award-winning playwright, Break Beat poet, director, educator, and organizer. Idris is the newly appointed Director of The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. A catalyst for culture, Goodwin uses his full creative powers to galvanize people to the community square. He is a creative voice for change, impassioned by art for social good.

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ABOUT IDRIS GOODWIN

Across two decades Idris Goodwin has forged a multi-faceted career as an award-winning playwright, Break Beat poet, director, educator, and organizer. Idris is the newly appointed Director of The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. A catalyst for culture, Goodwin uses his full creative powers to galvanize people to the community square. He is a creative voice for change, impassioned by art for social good.

READ FULL BIO >>

These works are free of charge to our community as part of the HeART of Protest Initiative, in partnership with the King Arts Complex.

These works are free of charge to our community as part of the HeART of Protest Initiative, in partnership with the King Arts Complex.

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