Partnership Programs

Our Theatre in Education Partners

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Trike Theatre is honored to partner with Local, State and National organizations to develop drama-based programs that engage youth, build 21st Century learning skills and deepen students’ comprehension of any subject area through theatre. We deeply appreciate all of our partner organizations listed below.

To learn more about how to partner with Trike Theatre, contact Kassie Misiewicz, Artistic Director, at or 479.464.5084

In School Partnerships


Walton Arts Center | SmART Residency Program – In residence at Sonora and Bayyari Elementary schools. Trike Teaching Artists present curriculum linked workshops, pre performance and post performance workshops and professional development.

Symphony of NWA (SoNA) – Trike Teaching Artists present pre performance and post performance workshops linked to The Case of the Missing Melody.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art – Trike collaborates to co-lead Summer Teacher Institute, Teaching From Works of Art, and is apart of their teaching team that goes in schools to work with their students before and after their trip to Crystal Bridges.


Arkansas A+ – As part of a state-wide school reform through the arts, Trike provides week-long residencies for A+ schools around the state as well as professional development workshops.


Focus5 – A National Arts Integration Consulting Company. Trike staff members Kassie Misiewicz and Jason Suel work with Focus5 as lead teachers for professional development workshops.

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts – Trike Theatre’s Artistic Director, Kassie Misiewicz, is a Kennedy Center teaching artist and leads professional development workshops for Teachers.

Afterschool and Summer Partnerships

Boys & Girls Club of Benton County – Trike Teaching Artists provide a professional development workshop for staff, and ten 1-hour improv workshops at each of the Boys & Girls Club locations in Benton County

Camp War Eagle – In conjunction with Camp War Eagle programs, Trike Theatre Teaching Artists lead drama programs twice a week for a total of 32 weeks in the Fall and Winter/Spring, which culminate in a performance opportunity at the end of each semester.

Community Outreach Partnerships

The Walmart Museum