Minerva Stage, “where students’ art forms are celebrated, and hidden talents are discovered”.
In 1996, Kathleen O’Mara founded Minerva Stage in Williamstown, Massachusetts to introduce students of all ages to performing and visual art experiences. Since then, Minerva Stage has worked with thousands of students in myriad artistic, expressive, and academic projects. Minerva Stage is committed to the development of educational programs for students interested in the arts. Minerva Stage programming and workshops can be structured to tailor specific community and organizational needs, including scheduling and duration of program. Workshop and performance program fees are determined by length of project, production costs and community resources. Minerva Stage assists with fundraising, grant research and writing, and offers student scholarships. Ms. O’Mara has a Master’s in Education and has been teaching theater since 1992, providing students from different communities around the country, opportunities to explore the world of theater and visual arts.