From the first days of The Fox in the 1930’s, the children of Tucson gathered in the theatre every week for the Mickey Mouse Club. At a time of segregation, there was none for Mickey Mouse Club attendees. Discounted and free entry was offered to countless kids who couldn’t afford the 10-cent ticket, and many of the attendees got the chance to develop public speaking and performance skills on the theatre’s stage. The Fox was truly a home for ALL of Tucson’s youth, from all walks of life.
Today, The Fox Tucson Theatre keeps that vision alive with the KIT (Kids In the Theatre) Youth Arts and Culture Program, providing a wide range of uplifting and enriching youth-oriented programming: