VIRTUAL & IN-PERSON FIELD TRIPS

  
A new virtual field trip opportunity for Grades 1- 5 in fall 2021! 

   S.P.I.E.S. & The Lost Treasure of Atlantis*  

Conceived and Co-directed by Strother Gaines
Written by Doug Robinson
Produced and Co-directed by Jeffrey Eagle

 

Imagination Stage’s hit interactive, online production is now available for virtual field trips. Full of surprises and memorable characters, each performance takes one classroom through a series of puzzles, codes, and challenges to help Spy Team 7 in their quest to save the world. The field trip performance is led by a hilarious improvisational actor playing the role of Pat, who interacts with the students live via Zoom.

 

Recommended for Grades 1-5, S.P.I.E.S. focuses on team building, problem solving, and creative thinking and having students use their ingenuity and critical thinking  skills as they work in groups to solve a variety of grade-appropriate problems, all while being part of an exciting spy adventure.

 

Teachers will receive a link to an online study guide with general pre- and post-activity ideas for Grades 1-5, plus one MCPS curriculum-tied activity specifically targeted to each grade level.

 

Dates: October 4 – November 12, 2021

Performance Times:  available throughout the school day; we will do our best to accommodate your specific schedule.

 

Run Time: This live, interactive, virtual show runs 45-50 minutes.

 

Cost: $250 per classroom. There is a discounted price of $200 for Title 1 schools.

 

Connect

To book or have your questions answered,

– complete a brief online inquiry form

– call 301-280-1664
– or email
[email protected] 

 

*formerly Spy Academy & the Lost Treasure of Atlantis

IN-PERSON FIELD TRIPS 

Corduroy


Based on the “Corduroy” and “A Pocket for Corduroy”
books by Don Freeman
Licensed by CBS Consumer Products
Adapted for the  Stage by Barry Kornhauser
Directed  by Kathryn Chase Bryer

Corduroy in-person field trips in the Lerner Family Theatre are on sale for Fridays January 7, 14, and 21 at 10:30 a.m. 

 

We all need a friend, and Lisa is instantly drawn to the perfectly imperfect teddy bear on display at the department store. If only she can convince her stressed-out mother to buy Corduroy for her! Meanwhile, Corduroy is determined to find his missing button. After the story has closed, he goes on a hilariously destructive search–with the Night Watchman in comical pursuit. Full of mischief and clowning, this story of unconditional love captures both the humanity and the merriment of the holiday season. 

 

Each field trip includes a 15-minute pre-show workshop in the theatre. Corduroy runs approximately 1 hour. 

 

Cost: $9 per ticket (includes workshop). There is a discounted price of $7 per ticket for Title 1 schools.

 

Connect

To book or have your questions answered,

– complete a brief online inquiry form

– call 301-280-1664
– or email
[email protected]