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Exciting and educational performances for elementary students
Designed specifically for young audiences, our high-quality performances complete with music, a narrator, and a small cast of professional dancers, introduces students to the language of ballet through a combination of storytelling and dance.
For the 2020-2021 school year, Richmond Ballet presents a virtual adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Journey with the mischievous Puck. Change day into night. Dance for Titania, Queen of Fairies, and laugh at her silliness as she falls in love with a man who has been turned into a donkey. This delightful romp is full of magical moments, engaging audience participation and, of course, incredible dancing.
The teacher’s guide includes student activities and suggested lessons that lend themselves to differentiation and encourages teachers to be as creative and in-depth as they wish. Lesson ideas tie in with curriculum and Virginia SOL objectives; extending the performance experience into the virtual classroom.
Extending the experience
A teacher’s guide
This teacher’s guide includes student activities to do before and after the performance. The guide offers suggested lessons that lend themselves to differentiation and encourages teachers to be as creative and in-depth as they wish. The lesson ideas tie in with curriculum and Virginia SOL objectives; extending the performance experience into the classroom.
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For more information on this special opportunity, please contact Jennifer Chapman at 804.344.0906 x237 or email@example.com.
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