What is Playmaking?
Playmaking is a process of making theatre as an ensemble through creative play. Children explore improvisation, storytelling, puppetry, costumes and movement to bring a timeless folktales and original works to life onstage. Synchronicity's Playmaking for Kids program inspires creativity, collaboration and confidence in children ages 4-14.
Learn more about bringing PFK to your school!
Playmaking for Kids is available as an eight- to fourteen-week after-school program for schools and community centers. Taught by experienced teachers who are also theatre professionals, these Synchronicity classes offer enrichment opportunities to elementary and middle school students.

Major funding for this organization is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners under the guidance of FCAC.

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Playmaking for Kids Virtual After School
Register for our Playmaking for Kids Virtual After School! Classes available for grades K - 8.

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Thanks for your interst in Synchronicity!

To figure out the best match for our intern program, we need to know a little bit about you. Here’s how the process works:

Fill out the form below and email or mail to us. Please include a resume or list of experience, if you have one. (No worries if you don’t!)
We’ll call you to talk about some of the options for next season.
You’ll submit two references – either teachers, past directors, employers, etc.
We’ll see if there is a good match for you at Synchronicity as an intern!

Click here to download the General Internship Information form