A magnificent, Pulitzer Prize-winning oral history of the Second World War brilliantly translated to the stage, interspersing classic “pop” tunes of the early 1940’s, with astonishing first-hand accounts of the lives of both the men who fought the war, and those who stayed behind to keep the home fires burning.
Sunday, November 16 • Sunday, November 23 at 2 p.m.
In the Linker Auditorium at The Jewish Community Center of Louisville (3600 Dutchmans Lane)
Tickets: $7 Children (10 and under) / $12 Adults
Performances are suitable for grades 4-12 and available September 29-December 19, 2014
Monday – Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
For pricing, reservations, or any other questions contact Lenae Price, CenterStage Development and Outreach Manager at 238-2763 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Title I and multiple booking discounts available!
Mission & Goal
- To develop and nurture students of all ages through the creativity and appreciation of theater.
- To Explore the beauty, diversity and challenges of the world around them through the dramatic process
- To encourage the development of their own creative voice and imagination.
- To understand drama and its role in society
Content suitable for grades 4-12.
- Coping skills
- Managing different and conflicting emotions
- Family dynamics and relationships
- Means of teaching
- Means of expression
- Through music and dance
- Cultural Traditions
Suggested activities, lesson plans and study guides are available upon request.
Common Core/ Core Content
Elements of Music/ Dance/ Drama/ Theatre
- AH-EP-3.3.1 Students will understand that the arts fulfill a variety of purposes in society; sharing the human experience, recreational, artistic expression.
- AH-EP-3.1.1 Students will experience music created for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to, recreational and artistic expression.
- AH-EP-3.2.1 Students will experience dance for variety of purposes including, but not limited to, recreational and artistic expression.