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Information about Schooltime Series Performances

Field trips to live theater provides skills crucial to successful lives. For example, they enhance literary knowledge, and increase vocabulary, tolerance, empathy, the ability to read emotions, and innovative thinking. The 15 shows selected for this season reflect the cultural diversity of our global community and are designed to encourage literacy, creativity, communication, and imagination.

The performances all connect to the National STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) Common Core Standards. With such a vast and impressionable audience to serve, our productions are designed to target recommended grade ranges. Please review all materials, including the online Dreamcatcher Teaching Guides to determine which shows are appropriate for your group.

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Popejoy Hall Seating Chart

Planning for the Day of the Show

Everything you need to know about the performances is on the website. Here's a summary of what you need to know when planning your field trip:

  • Grade recommendations are provided on the show pages. PreK (age 4) is at the discretion of their teachers. Schooltime is not able to present intimate shows for babies.
  • We provide online Teaching Guides for all the shows in the season. They include the National Common Core Standard for attending the show and for the two lessons/activities presented.
  • Shows run 45 – 60 minutes unless noted otherwise.
  • Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the show. Cars and buses anywhere on campus require a pass.
  • The house opens approximately 30 minutes prior to curtain.
  • Seating is based on the order of arrival.
  • Optional 15-minute Q & A sessions with the cast follow most 11:15 am shows or single performances.

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