The On School Time Series provides educational shows specifically designed for school groups and are open to the general public. Children’s picture books and classic literature, United States history and world history, relevant social issues and experiences are all transformed and presented live on Shea’s main stage. This series is designed to encourage thinking, creativity and fun while complimenting school lessons. This season Shea’s is proud to present a very exciting series that students of all ages are sure to enjoy.
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SHEA’S ON STAGE
This free in-school workshop is designed to enhance the theatre going experience for students who are attending one of Shea’s On School Time or Broadway Series performances. A Shea’s Engagement and Education staff member will visit your school shortly before your class sees the show to discuss the show and present interactive activities that pertain to the story, themes, and characters. Topics may include theatre etiquette, character development, adaptation, and historical period as it pertains to the production they are about to see. After students see the show the same Shea’s staff member will come to your school for a follow up reflection about the show and the experience.
Residency Length: 1 day pre-show, 1 day post-show
Workshop Length: 35-40 minutes
Maximum Class Size: 25
Space and Workshop Requirements: Ample space to move throughout the room, CD player or computer with flash drive connection when necessary