May 6, 2014
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Tuesday – 9:30 a.m. & 11:30 a.m.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Adapted from the classic tale by J.M. Barrie, PETER PAN explores the journey of a group of children in turn-of-the-century London who use their imaginations to reenact the popular tale. As the children fly to Neverland and escape the evil Captain Hook and Mr. Smee, they recognize the importance of friendship as well as the value of being part of a family. This production encourages children to let their imaginations take “flight” and to create their own adventures using household objects as props and puppets as characters.
60 minutes (no intermission)
Come early or stay late, pack a lunch and choose one of our Frank M. Tait Foundation Discovery Workshops to make your visit to the Victoria Theatre even more valuable. These classic characters are brought to life in this interactive workshop which focuses on using everyday objects to help tell the story of Peter Pan. Students are challenged to use their body, their voice and their imagination–in concert with the objects–to embody each character, work as an ensemble and trust their instincts. This one-hour workshop is $100 and is limited to 25 students. Workshops are available year-round and are able to travel to your school. Call (937) 228-7591, x3039 to schedule this workshop.
English/Language Arts, Arts, Social Studies
For more information about The Frank M. Tait Foundation Discovery Series, contact Elaine Stoughton, Education & Engagement Coordinator, at (937) 228-7591, x3039.
The Frank M. Tait Foundation
The Berry Family Foundation
The Dayton Chapter of The Links, Incorporated
C.H. Dean, Inc.
The Gosiger Foundation
The Kuntz Foundation
Tridec Technologies, LLC
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