Arts on the Horizon, founded in 2009, is a professional, non‐profit theatre company with a specific focus of providing performances and education programs for the very young. Arts on the Horizon values intelligent, innovative, and original work for diverse young audiences that is accessible, affordable,
inspiring and fun. We believe that the arts play an important role in the life of a child. Our interactive, nonverbal shows are performed by professional, adult actors. Since 2011, our non‐verbal productions have been performed on the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage, Atlas Performing Arts Center,
Workhouse Arts Center, The Athenaeum and other venues and schools in the DC metro area. In May 2013, the company performed at Cleveland’s PlayhouseSquare as part of the national One Theatre World Festival. In the spring of 2015, Arts on the Horizon’s show, Blossom’s Rainbow, was an event of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. In addition to our performances, we also offer education programs, which provide targeted exploration of themes and ideas in order to help children enhance their language development, socialization, and fine and gross motor skills; all within a meaningful,
nurturing environment where children can develop their sense of self and increase their knowledge and understanding of the world around them.