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History

Gemini Theater Company was established in 1996 as an interactive children’s theater, and recognized as a non-profit organization on February 3, 1997. From 1997 to 2015 Gemini Theater Company occupied 6,385 square feet of The Factory at 7501 Penn Avenue; Pittsburgh, PA 15208. On May 31, 2015 Gemini relocated its administrative offices to 897 Route 910, Suite 102, Indianola, PA 15051. In January of 2016, Gemini Theater Company partnered with Focus on Renewal and found a new home at the Ryan Arts & Culture Center in McKees Rocks.

Gemini Children's Theater conducts interactive, musical performances for children and their families, acting classes, summer camps, outreach performances to daycare, pre-schools as well as elementary schools in the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas.

The Gemini Theater is a nonprofit organization which was established in 1996 by Lani Cataldi and Dennis Palko as an interactive, musical children’s theater company. Gemini Theater Company has grown over the past nineteen years, developing numerous programs and activities for children and adults, reaching over 75,000 through its programming.

 



Mission

The mission of Gemini Theater Company is to cultivate creativity, imagination andoriginality through the performing arts.

 

Vision

The vision of Gemini Theater Company is to see that all of our programs promote creativity, imagination and originality, and have a positive effect on the individuals who participate. Reduced funding for arts programs in our schools is making it more and more difficult for children to develop their ceativity and imagination at an early age. Gemini Children's Theater fills this need by providing programming, discounted tickets to performances and events, scholarships for acting classes and summer camps and reduced educational outreach performances for elementary and pre-K children in our local community.




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