We are proud to offer performance matinees specifically for area students and teachers at a discounted cost. Live theatre makes the perfect, meaningful field trip your students will never forget! Call 935-2726 (T-F, 10-6) or email email@example.com to reserve your seats!.
2022-2023 EES PERFORMANCES:
|October 13th @ 9 am & 12 pm
||November 17th @ 9 am & 12 pm|
February 9th @ 9 am & 12 pm
April 13th @ 9 am & 12 pm
|What You Need To Know:
Arts Education Workshops:
Did you know? The FOA can come to your classroom! Check out all of our awesome EES classroom workshop offerings listed below. These are designed to coordinate specifically with each EES title and are only available to teachers/classes who have booked their field trip to see that perfromance. We also offer year-round general arts education workshops to be scheduled at any time!
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to book your workshop!
Annie, Jr – Learn about the hardships and obstacles for orphans and the disadvantaged people of the Great Depression. Overcoming challenges is the “name of the game as the students play fun iimprov games to learn how to express emotions and address challenges on stage!
Nutcracker – Learn some jumps and positions of a ballet dancer and what it takes to dance en pointe. Students will listen to Tchaikovsky’s most famous Suite and move like a dancer!
It’s a Wonderful Life – Learn the dance of the Roaring 20’s! and design/write a wonderful life inspired postcard to give to someone you care about.
Frozen, Jr.– Re-enact favorite Frozen scenes and create a snowflake to take home.
Camp Rock– Listen to popular tracks from the musical and learn some simple vocal techniques for becoming a singer in a group voice lesson!
General workshop for the Spring Semester:
Practice some jumps and positions of a ballet and jazz dancer and learn what it takes to dance en pointe. Students will use a ruler judge their feet’s flexibility. Students will listen to a piece of music, learn a short variation including the positions previously learned.
Workshop geared to Special Needs students year-round:
Goals: Students are exposed to new experiences in the arts, dance especially, practicing connections between emotions, emotional cues, music, and ballet.
1 – Students are introduced to ballet kinesthetically through feeling the costume and the shoes with their hands.
2 – Students practice auditory learning through hearing the music.
3 – They are asked to use colors to express what they feel when hearing the music.
4 – Then students are asked to match the facial expression with the emotion they assign to the music.
5 – Visually, students watch the dancer dance a routine.
6 – Finally, students are asked to mimic a piece of the dance routine. Then free dance to the music.