Presented by Quill Entertainment CompanySupported by Newman’s Own Foundation, Boehringer Ingelheim Cares Foundation, Fairfield County Community Foundation, The Leir Retreat Center, The Philip H. and Christine Lodewick Foundation, Union Savings Bank and the Wadsworth Lewis Trust Fund Follow Mr. History, who time travels with five ethnically-diverse 8 to 12-year-olds to the past to show them history is not the boring subject they might think. DREAM is the story of the days when Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks showed us that you can fight your fight in a non-violent way and change the world. The musical excitingly dramatizes how a person can carry the beliefs and principles learned in the classroom out into the "real world," and how that one person's philosophy can transform the actions and feelings of an entire nation.10:00am Elementary School Performance
12:30pm Middle School PerformanceAll shows are 55 – 70 minutes in length, but allow additional time for Q & A and entering and departing the theater.Ticket Price: $10.00To purchase tickets click here for a printable order form, or call Michelle at the Box Office 203.438.5795 ______________________________________________________________________________________________The Arts in Education initiative integrates school curriculum, moral lessons and/or historical perspective through the performing arts. It is our goal to provide students and teachers with a full performing arts experience. Performances are intimate and typically last one hour, with the ability to talk with the performers after the show – a rare and wonderful opportunity for enhanced learning. Study guides are also available, which provide educationally rich lesson for teachers to do with their students before and/or after attending the show.
You may print out the order form which outlines the upcoming performances, corresponding grade levels and dates. This form serves as your formal agreement to participate for the interested performance date and time requested. Each performance is $10/ticket for students, teachers and chaperones. Forms can be faxed to Julie Paltauf at (203) 438-4543 or you can call or email the box office staff at (203) firstname.lastname@example.org. We certainly hope that you and your students will take advantage of one or more of these wonderful performances. For Arts in Education policy information, click here