Connecting Students and Theatre
In our next three newsletters, All Tickets Inc. offers insights into how to heighten the Broadway experience for those who want to know and learn more about the theatre. School, educator, and theatre arts groups can enrich their experience in many ways.
In the first part of this series, All Tickets Inc. offers information on how theatre and education create a powerful duo and what groups can do before and after a show.
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More than the Show
The Broadway experience does not have to start and end with the show. There are many other ways that groups can access Broadway and learn about the theatre.
Here are a few.
Study Guides: A focused study guidecan help students and teachers as they prepare to see or after they have experienced a play or musical. Study guides may provide background information on the play and creators of the show, an important historical and social context, and details on the plot, themes, and characters.
Backstage Tours: When a group gets to go backstage, as they do withWicked: Behind the Emerald Curtain, they get a whole new perspective of theatrical art, craft, and technology, as well as a better understanding of how the collaborative process of theatre works.
The Talkback: Getting an opportunity to discuss what your group just saw on stage with those who created the event can be truly enlightening. Atalkback allows instant access and can lead to extremely interesting classroom discussions.
Educational Encounters: Through a collaborative effort with New York’s premiere Broadway educational organization, Stage Door Connections, All Tickets Inc. offers close to 50 professionally taught theatrical seminars and educational experiences. From basic to advanced encounters, Stage Door Connectionsprovides active and engaging learning experiences.
The next time your school, educator, or theatre arts group visits New York, consider including one or more theatrical learning experience in addition to the shows you are seeing. It is an educational investment well worthwhile.
ContactAll Tickets Inc. today at 1-800-922-0716 for more information on unique Broadway educational experiences.