Imagination Stage

Field Trips and Camp Groups

Bring learning brilliantly to life with a trip to the theatre!

For any questions, please fill out this form or contact our Field Trips Coordinator at [email protected]

 

 

 

 

Bring your class to the theatre!

Announcing our Summer Show...

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Miss Nelson is Missing!

Based on the book by Harry Allard
Illustrated by James Marshall
Book, music and lyrics by Joan Cushing
Directed by Janet Stanford

June 20-August 10

Best for ages 4+

Meet the fifth graders and Smedley ES, whose poor behavior drives away their sweet teacher, Miss Nelson. Her substitute, the dreaded Viola Swamp, is so strict that she motivates the kids to search for Miss Nelson and try to make ammends.

Maximum group size: 300

Inquiry form for Miss Nelson is Missing! is coming soon!

 


Cinderella: A Salsa Fairy Tale

Book and lyrics by Karen Zacarias
Music by Deborah Wicks La Puma
Directed by Nadia Guevara

February 15-April 7

Best for grades K-5

What will happen to Cinderella at the ball…game? That’s the surprising question in this contemporary Latin-American Cinderella musical that weaves subtle lessons on empathy, sportsmanship,and respect into an exciting, high-stakes story.

Maximum group size: 300

Book your cinderella group here!

 

Inside Out and Backwards

Written and Directed by Kathryn Chase Bryer and Natasha Holmes
Music by Tim Guillot

March 3-10

Best for Preschoolers

It’s bedtime, and two children use their imaginations to turn their room inside out and backwards! While playing dress-up, a glove becomes a dancing fish, a shirt becomes a fantastical creature, and a sock dance rocks the closet. Maximum group size: 45

Book your INSIDE OUT AND BACKWARDS group here!

We have field trip groups coming from Maryland, DC, and Virginia! See where, on the map below.

Contact our Field Trips Coordinator!
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