Kids-N-Co

Kids-N-Co educates and involves young people of all backgrounds in the theater arts. Their programs foster self-esteem and self-discovery by emphasizing discipline, integrity, team-building, and communication skills in a positive environment that promotes creativity. Kids-N-Co promotes access to theater arts for families who do not have regular access to the theater. They serve more than 25,000 young people and their families every year through their five main stage productions, education programs, and outreach projects.

As El Paso’s only non-profit, educational community theater for families and young people, First Presbyterian Church is proud to provide space for this group to meet and perform. With our theatrical and performance center, we can serve the community’s young people and their families through entertaining live performances, and help them build a bridge of understanding between both generations and cultures.

In addition, the theater’s presence has become a unifying creative outlet for children, artists, and patrons in the community, through fostering ethics of teamwork for productions, building confidence in areas like public speaking and performing, and as a space where all of our neighbors can enjoy fellowship and appreciate activities that celebrate all of our differences.

As a non-profit, that means this community outreach program is only successful thanks to the donations and support from the community. The connection that we, First Presbyterian Church, provide to the community opens doors for the potential of this theatre group that otherwise might not exist. That’s exactly why we do it.

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9 hours ago

El Paso KIDS-N-CO.

Rachel Robins, Jared Berry and Peter Fogel each started at KNC at a very young age. Rachel is now a UTEP graduate with a degree in Musical Theater, Jared is coming on his final year at UTEP as a Musical Theater major, and Peter is the drum major for the Chapin High School Marcihng Band. Help us continue our good work supporting KIDS-N-CO. during El Paso Giving Day (today). Go to www.elpasogivingday.org/organizations/el-paso-kids-n-co
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Rachel Robins, Jared Berry and Peter Fogel each started at KNC at a very young age. Rachel is now a UTEP graduate with a degree in Musical Theater, Jared is coming on his final year at UTEP as a Musical Theater major, and Peter is the drum major for the Chapin High School Marcihng Band. Help us continue our good work supporting KIDS-N-CO. during El Paso Giving Day (today). Go to https://www.elpasogivingday.org/organizations/el-paso-kids-n-co
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Jorge Blakely and Zach Spencer got their start in KIDS-N-CO., and in 2014, they starred in "Shrek, the Musical." Now they're both at UTEP where Jorge is Charlie Brown and Zach plays Snoopy in the The UTEP Dinner Theater Side Dish production of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown. Help us spread the magic by supporting KIDS-N-CO. during El Paso Giving Day on Nov. 15. You can give now, during early giving. Go to www.elpasogivingday.org/organizations/el-paso-kids-n-co
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Jorge Blakely and Zach Spencer got their start in KIDS-N-CO., and in 2014, they starred in Shrek, the Musical.  Now theyre both at UTEP where Jorge is Charlie Brown and Zach plays Snoopy in the The UTEP Dinner Theater Side Dish production of Youre a Good Man Charlie Brown. Help us spread the magic by supporting KIDS-N-CO. during El Paso Giving Day on Nov. 15. You can give now, during early giving. Go to https://www.elpasogivingday.org/organizations/el-paso-kids-n-co
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El Paso KIDS-N-CO is an amazing place. Thankful for everyone at KNC.

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This was Jorge's prime

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4 days ago

El Paso KIDS-N-CO.

Justin Hogue (who played Jojo) was 12 during “Seussical, the Musical.” Now he’s 18 and he did an amazing job directing the season opening show “The Little Mermaid Jr.” Between the two shows, he appeared in various shows in El Paso, including the UTEP Dinner Theater shows “Mary Poppins” and “Evita.” Jim Lupercio, who played Cat in the Hat, is now the audio engineer for the Tony Award-winning theater South Coast Repertory. And these are just a couple of success stories. We have many, many more! Help us continue developing successful kids by supporting KIDS-N-CO. during El Paso Giving Day. Go to www.elpasogivingday.org/organizations/el-paso-kids-n-co
#epgivingdayThe cast of "Seussical, the Musical," sing the opening number of the show, directed by Laura Sambrano. The show runs through Dec. 30, 2012, and is part of KI...
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I'm 1st gen Kids-N-Co. I recently heard a familiar name on a podcast, did some internet sleuthing, and confirmed that one of my early KnC cohort, Ronnie Karam, is a key player on the hot LA pop culture podcast circuit. His show is "Watch What Cr*ppens", but he's also a frequent guest on "Mother, May I Sleep with Podcast." He was a really talented kid!

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2 weeks ago

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2 weeks ago

El Paso KIDS-N-CO.

Happy Halloween!

The KNC ShowChoir sang Halloween favorites during Boo at the Zoo this past weekend. Romanti Mata, Reilly Robins, Sidnee Code, Chivonne Cook
(Video Credit): Jenn MonahanKNC ShowChoir, under the direction of Romanti Mata with Reilly Robins and Sidnee Coder, performing at Boo at the Zoo on Oct. 27, 2018. KIDS-N-CO. is El Paso'...
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Muy buen vídeo

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