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Tips for First-Time Broadway Goers

Tips for First-Time Broadway Goers

For educators, the journey of taking students to Broadway is an opportunity to entertain, inspire, and ignite a passion for the arts. However, choosing the right show for young theatregoers, especially those experiencing Broadway for the first time, requires careful...

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Perform Loud and Proud in New Orleans

Perform Loud and Proud in New Orleans

A city alive with music and energy, New Orleans is perfect for student groups looking for performance opportunities. While in the Big Easy, it’s easy to catch a show, and you’ll likely hear street performers and brass bands out and about while traversing the city. But...

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Dig Through History at Josiah Henson Museum and Park

Dig Through History at Josiah Henson Museum and Park

In North Bethesda, Maryland is the former plantation property where Josiah Henson, the inspiration for Harriet Beecher Stowe’s famous novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin, was enslaved. Josiah Henson Museum and Park shows the land of the historic Riley/Bolten House where Henson...

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Historical Significance? It’s a SHORE Thing

Historical Significance? It’s a SHORE Thing

Sandusky, Ohio, boasts significant ties to the Underground Railroad movement, offering compelling opportunities for student groups exploring Shores & Islands Ohio to delve into its rich historical legacy. During the mid-19th century, Sandusky emerged as a pivotal...

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Make Sure Your Students See A Broadway Show This Season

Make Sure Your Students See A Broadway Show This Season

Tap into a world of imagination, inspiration, and incredible memories - introduce your students to the wonder of Broadway! According to the Educational Theatre Association, 95% of high schools offered theatre-related extracurricular activities between 2011 and 2012....

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