2021 – 2022 Educational Series

Research shows that bringing children to theatrical performances strengthens their relationships with others by creating fun memories, improves emotional intelligence such as helping them read people’s emotions and it can open up conversations around difficult, yet important subjects. Take a look at our educational offerings below.

How to Survive Middle School

Monday, October 18th, 2021

The transition to middle school can be difficult for students. Even for those who are smart and successful in school, this time is a confusing one. Through humor and individualized stories from students across the country, Robert Post’s multimedia performance of “How to Survive Middle School” shows students that they can accomplish things that are entirely unique to themselves. Moreover, it reassures every kid that, just as Robert had his brother and uncle, there are adults who care about you, who see the unique gifts that you have, and who want to help you make them your own.

Grades 5th – 8th.
Performances at 10 AM and 1 PM. Runtime 55 – 60 minutes.
Ticket information to come soon!

Woodland Sky Native American Dance Company Residency

Friday, October 29th, 2021

Woodland Sky will perform a 90-minute traditional dance performance about the Native American Woodland Tribe within the Great Lakes Area. This will incorporate live music and special effects.

This show is for all ages.
Performance time coming soon!  Runtime 90 minutes.
Ticket information coming soon!

The 2021 – 2022 Educational Series is funded in part by the LSSU Charter School Office and the Fund for LSSU.  We thank them for their continued support with bringing in quality, affordable children’s programming for our community.

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