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Phamaly Theatre Company presents James and the Giant Peach
10 a.m., Wednesday, October 19
10 a.m. & 11:45 a.m., Thursday, October 20
Wonderfully adapted into a fresh one-hour musical theater presentation of Roald Dahl's treasured novel, this program is perfect for students in grades 1-3.
School Reservation Deadline: September 19
Now in its 28th season, Phamaly Theatre Company is an award-winning Colorado based Theatre Company that excites audiences by providing them with the opportunity to peek at life through the lens of disability. Comprised entirely of performers with disabilities, a brief cast-led discussion will immediately follow each performance.
Phamaly Theatre Company brings young people, educators, and world-class theatre
together in classrooms and community centers across the Rocky Mountain Region. Designed to engage students and parents alike, Phamaly’s Touring Program inspires audiences to think critically about their own perceptions of characters, people, and each other – while exposing them to the arts, classic literature, and themes of acceptance and tolerance.
Make your class reservation to experience this educational, engaging and enriching presentation today! Fill out the registration form below and submit it by the deadline by mail, fax or email. Ticket orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, and limited scholarships are available for Title I schools through funding from the Scientific & Cultural Facilities. Please call 303.987.7893 for more information.
James and the Giant Peach School Registration Form
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Aquila Theatre presents a guided tour to William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing
11 a.m., Friday, November 18
Shakespeare’s great comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, highlights Aquila Theatre’s 25th anniversary season. Don’t miss this opportunity to expose your students to highlights of a Shakespeare classic. A guided tour by Aquila serves not as a condensed version of the play, but rather as an educational performance meant to guide the student audience through the play’s key scenes. An actor hosts the tour by introducing the main characters and providing a narrative link between key scenes. These scenes are acted out in full costume, with sets and props used for the actual performance. Guided tours are one hour in length, including a Q & A session.
School Reservation Deadline: October 10
Spying, subterfuge, deception, false identities, slander, manipulation, and love all take part in this wonderfully entertaining battle of the sexes. Much Ado About Nothing, thought to have been written in 1598, belongs to a group of Shakespeare’s more mature romantic comedies. It is an exuberant, philosophical, and festive play exceling in combative wit, melodrama, and potential tragedy. Much Ado About Nothing is wonderfully intricate, flush with surprising twists and turns, and articulated in expert language.
About Aquila Theatre:
Aquila Theatre’s mission is to make classical works accessible to the greatest number. A play becomes ‘classical’ because we recognize that after a time it transcends the original culture it was created for. It retains the power to provoke the central question of what it means to be human. As a company dedicated to the classics, we feel a responsibility to acknowledge and explore newfound classical works. Founded in London in 1991 by Peter Meineck, Aquila is now based in New York City.
Aquila Theatre School Registration Form
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Check back soon for the Much Ado About Nothing study guide!