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Published: Published: March 21st, 2019

Student Night at the Opera- The Marriage of Figaro

Opportunity from Arizona Opera: take your students to the opera for a low cost or FREE!


Figaro has fallen in love—but it’s complicated. On the day of his marriage to Susanna, Figaro’s master, the Count Almaviva, has set his wandering eye on the bride-to-be. Soon, everyone in Seville is scheming to achieve their own happy ending. But ultimately, only forgiveness can untangle this knot of love, loyalty, and misunderstanding. Overflowing with joyous music, Mozart’s witty, timeless tale reminds us what it means to be flawed—what it means to be human.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 7:00pm *This performance will last 3 hours – you are welcome to come for the first two acts and leave at intermission which will be about 1 hour and 30 minutes. Symphony Hall, Phoenix (75 N 2nd Street, Phoenix, 85004)

TICKET INFORMATION: FREE for title 1 schools, $5.00 for non-Title 1 schools, Adult tickets are $10.00 – 1 complementary ticket is provided for every 10 students registered.

Register here: https://www.azopera.org/201819-phoenix-student-night-opera


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Published: Published: December 27th, 2018

Desert Dance Theatre presents “Sister Moses: The Story of Harriet Tubman”

“Sister Moses: The Story of Harriet Tubman” is a beautiful story of a courageous woman’s determination to free her people from slavery through the Underground Railroad. She was one of America’s first liberated women of color, who fought against all odds for the sake of freedom and equality. This production brings light to the incredible accomplishments of Harriet Tubman, the anti-slavery activist. This powerful dance drama features Desert Dance Theatre with Renee Davis as Harriet Tubman, dramatic narration by Renee Morgan Brooks, African drumming and music direction by Step Raptis, accompaniment by a string quartet and traditional spirituals sung by a choral ensemble featuring baritone soloist, Greg Dansby. The unique blend of this 45-minute multidisciplinary presentation highlights the most important episodes of Harriet Tubman’s life.

A valuable educational tool in bringing this period of American History alive. It shares the knowledge and experience of the struggles and accomplishments of Harriet Tubman that will bring a source of inspiration to students and adults alike. The program follows Tubman’s life as a young slave on a Southern Plantation, her attempts to escape slavery, her work on the Underground Railroad, and her contributions to the Abolitionist movement. Slave songs from that period are featured for their significance as a means of passing information among the slaves. Hidden in the lyrics were vital escape details.


For more information, contact Desert Dance Theatre at 480-962-4584 or visit our website

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Published: Published: August 29th, 2018


ASU Gammage School to Work provides the opportunity for high school students to explore other career paths within an arts presenting organization. During this three-hour interactive workshop led by ASU Gammage staff, students are “hired” to work within ASU Gammage departments to solve real-world scenarios and have the opportunity to have a special Q&A session from a crew member from the current touring Broadway production. There are two School to Work opportunities available for 2-4 schools total. This program is open to high school students only. Fees are $10 per student.


Fall School to Work with guest from DEAR EVAN HANSEN – November 29, 2018 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Spring School to Work with guest from ALADDIN – February 14, 2019 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.


  • Applications Open – August 15, 2018
  • Applications Close – September 15, 2018        
  • Selected Schools Notified – October 1, 2018  


Contact us for more information.



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Published: Published: August 29th, 2018

High School Title I Opportunities from ASU Gammage!!

ASU Gammage Molly Blank Fund Kaleidoscope


February 16, 2019

2:00 p.m.

Each year, the ASU Gammage Molly Blank Fund Kaleidoscope program provides 100 Title I high school students with the opportunity to study and attend a Broadway show. The 2018-2019 Molly Blank Fund Kaleidoscope program will feature the Disney musical ALADDIN on February 16, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. Students from the 2-3 selected schools engage in six weeks of show-related curriculum aligned with Arizona Department of Education standards. Lessons explore the show’s themes, characters, music, history, and technical theatre elements. Students synthesize what they have learned by presenting projects at the post-show dinner with the Broadway cast. There is no fee to participate in Kaleidoscope. Bus reimbursement is also provided.

Theatre, Music, English, and Social Studies teachers are encouraged to apply.

Open to Title I high schools only.

  • Applications Open – August 15, 2018
  • Applications Close – September 15, 2018        
  • Selected Schools Notified – October 1, 2018        
  • Curriculum Implementation – January – February 2019    

ALADDIN matinee – February 16, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.


Contact us for more information.

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Published: Published: July 31st, 2018

Act One- Creating Field Trip Opportunities for Title I Schools!

“Act” now to take part in this amazing opportunity for our Title I students! Act One pays for the administration tickets to shows or museums, reimburses schools for bussing, and provides study guides and other materials to help teachers prepare for their field trip!  


Visit our website to learn more about Act One field trips and view the field trip schedule.

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