Intended for Grades 2-8
Registered School Groups: Adult $15, Student $8
General Public: All Ages $15
Don’t miss this inspiring adventure featuring some of the world’s most endearing female American pioneers. Discover incredible and groundbreaking women like Amelia Earhardt, Sacajawea, Wilma Rudolph, Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller, Clara Barton, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and more! Celebrate these innovative and courageous women by bringing your students to experience the adventures shared by two young people exploring an attic and finding more than they ever expected – learning that opportunities exist for everyone!
Play, 60 minutes
Bright Star Touring Theatre
Curriculum Connections: Social Studies, Communication and Language Arts, Diversity, Theatre
For the Clowes Study Guide Sheet, click here.
Key Standards related to this performance:
History Standard 1 –
- Students differentiate between events that happened in the past and recently, recognize examples of continuity and change in local and regional communities, and consider ways that people and events of the past and present influence their lives.
- Students examine the relationship and significance of themes, concepts, and movements in the development of United States history, including review of key ideas related to the colonization of America and the revolution and Founding Era. This will be followed by emphasis on social reform, national development and westward expansion, and the Civil War and Reconstruction period.
Theatre Responding –
Anchor Standard 7: Perceive and analyze artistic work
Enduring Understanding: Theatre artists reflect to understand the impact of drama processes and theatre experiences.
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