Who are these Kids?
Currently on hiatus, KIDS ON STAGE FOR A BETTER WORLD is a group of talented, energetic, and exciting young performers, aged 4 to 20. For nearly two decades, this talented talented group of singers, dancers, and actors, provided entertainment with a positive message to audiences around the world.
Drug-free performing artists
With hundreds of live shows to their credit, these kids are using their art to bring a message of hope and goodwill to civic and social groups, to community outreach programs, to private and public schools and institutions, and, through their own regular variety shows and youtube videos, to people of all ages, from all walks of life.
Their messages are important, and resonate with their family audiences: Follow your dreams. Stay in school. Help others. Don't take harmful drugs.
Helping kids help others
KIDS ON STAGE FOR A BETTER WORLD was started in 1992 by producer Jean Dale Glass. Her dream was to allow willing children to be able to make a direct, tangible contribution to the creation of a better world through their inherent talents and tremendous enthusiasm.
Drawing on her considerable experience in Hollywood's music and film industries, and with the help of dedicated parents volunteering their time and energy as directors, vocal coaches, and choreographers, she was able to put together the nucleus of a group that grew faster than anyone had dreamed possible.
Since its inception, more than 800 kids and parents have been a part of this dynamic group. Parents and kids come to participate from every part of the Los Angeles metro area, and the group is multi-cultural, multi-denominational, and multi-ethnic. Sponsor Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre International, in Hollywood, has generously provided the Kids with rehearsal and performance space, and made possible the large annual shows that the Kids love to produce.
Proud of our alumni
It's no surprise to us that former Kids on Stage have grown up to become responsible, creative and highly productive adults. Many have continued on in the arts, with careers as actors, dancers, singers, writers and filmmakers, while others have become teachers, computer consultants, business executives and entrepeneurs. And now that some of them have become parents, many are returning to work with us to help provide their kids with the nurturing environment that they enjoyed as young artists.
Keep your eye out for Kids on Stage: the Next Generation