Hand-made costumes, vintage pieces, fabric and more! Looking for the perfect Halloween costume? Or perhaps you’re just in need of that special piece to add a spark to your wardrobe! Join Wheelock Family Theatre for their Fall Costume Sale!
RSVP for 10% off your purchase!
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Class Spotlight: Makeup Design
A dynamic immersion into the world of makeup design. Makeup is an essential final step for any actor, whether they are on stage or in film and television, to complete a character’s look. From old age and fantasy to cuts and bruises, students will learn some of the fundamental techniques of creating characters through makeup design. Families will need to purchase their own supplies for the class.
WFT@BU is thrilled to announce their season productions as part of their 40th anniversary year!
WFT@BU will resume live, in-person productions in the spring of 2022 with The Wizard of Oz and Make Way for Ducklings. In the 2022/23 season, WFT@BU will produce Matilda, a To-Be-Determined production, and Bud, Not Buddy.
Each week events, organizations, and people within WFT’s community are spotlighted!
BalletRox empowers Boston youth through dance, providing a supportive community for life-long success. BalletRox gives more kids a chance to dance.
Learn more about our Partnership with BalletRox here.
Interested in spotlighting your organization? Email Jenna Corcoran, Marketing Coordinator at Jcorc@bu.edu to learn more.
We recognize that, in order to serve our community, we must continually reflect on our history, as well as revise our language and practices to ensure that we are actively anti-racist. In the words of Maya Angelou: “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”
Learn about Wheelock Family Theatre’s commitments to anti-racism and explore useful resources for the entire family.
FREE Virtual Resource for Educators.
Based on WFT’s fall workshop production of Make Way for Ducklings.
In this virtual learning guide (VLG), you will find videos, exercises, and activities for students of all ages examining all of the aspects of the theatrical process of adapting a book into a musical!