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Education Series

2023-2024 Cultural Arts For Education (CAFE) - Belle Glade Campus

The Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center is here to enhance your classroom curriculum by offering performing arts experiences for your students in a safe & accessible manner.

Reservations Required!

For more information, contact Vera via email or by calling 561-993-1161. 


Missoula Children's Theatre's

"The Princess & the Pea"

Friday, September 15 * Grades: K-6

Come and see our local youth shine as the Missoula Children’s Theatre presents The Princess & the Pea. In a kingdom of snow, a Prince is looking for a proper Princess to share the throne. The Princess and the Pea are living in a kingdom of green rolling hills. Although the two kingdoms think they have nothing in common, the peace-loving Leprechauns prove otherwise. Rapunzel and all the rest of the characters tell a silly tale of personal triumph and friendship.

Standards:  ELA, MU, TH

Princess picture

Edustage's

Shaun Boothe & the Unauthorized Biography Series

Wednesday, Sept. 27  * Grades: 6-12

The Unauthorized Biography Series is a musical project that celebrates the world’s greatest cultural icons through biographical hip hop songs. Each chapter of the series captures the legacy of a positive and influential iconic figure in a documentary-style music video. Shaun Boothe has created this series not just to entertain and inform, but to awaken the greatness within us all. Featured are biographies of Bob Marley, Serena Williams and Kobe Bryant. "The power of hip hop is in the stories we choose to tell. Our stories can either build us up or break us down." - Shaun Boothe

Standards: ELA, MU, SC


Presented in partnership with
Palm Beach Symphony                         FREE!

The Carnival of More Animals

Wednesday, October 4 * Grades: K-12

“The Carnival of More Animals” is a fun and unique children’s concert to be performed by Palm Beach Symphony and conducted by Music Director Gerard Schwarz.  Joining us for a newly created narrator role is Forrest Galante, television star and acclaimed animal conservationist, educator and American outdoor adventurer.    

  Maestro Gerard Schwarz, includes an array of instruments, providing students the awesome opportunity to see the full complement of instruments that are in a symphony orchestra. Mr. Galante will lead audience-goers on an engaging, fact-based educational journey while visuals of these animals are projected onscreen.

Standards: ELA, MU, SC           

 

Symphony picStudy Guide K-2             Study Guide 3-5

   Study Guide 6-8              Study Guide 9-12


TheatreworksUSA's
Dot Dot Dot : A New Musical

Monday, October 16 * Grades: K-6

When Marisol (Sky Color), a young artist and curator of the Musee de Marisol, decides that her gallery requires more than her own art, her search for emerging talent leads her to Vashti (The Dot), whose dots inspire Ramon (Ish) to become an artist in his own right.

The musical follows Marisol's journey to help her new friends, and her entire community, break free from self-criticism and learn to let their imaginations soar.

Standards:  ELA, MU, TH

       Dot book cover

 


Shaw Entertainment's

Doktor Kaboom: The Wheel of Science

Friday, October 20 * Grades: 3-8  

Doktor Kaboom has built a great big spinning wheel and labeled it with everything from optical illusions to chemical reactions to a homemade hovercraft, and more! At least a dozen fantastic demonstrations ready to go. Wherever the wheel stops, that’s what’s next! Will we turn a water bottle into a rocket or catapult bananas across the stage? Electrocute a pickle or create artificial gravity? Who knows? No two shows will be the same. So, step right up, and let’s spin that wheel!

Standards:  ELA, MU, SC


Shaw Entertainment's

All The Way Live                Virtual Only!

Monday, November 6 - 20 * Grades: K-5

Doktor Kaboom has built a great big spinning wheel and labeled it with everything from optical illusions to chemical reactions to a homemade hovercraft, and more! At least a dozen fantastic demonstrations ready to go. Wherever the wheel stops, that’s what’s next! Will we turn a water bottle into a rocket or catapult bananas across the stage? Electrocute a pickle or create artificial gravity? Who knows? No two shows will be the same. So, step right up, and let’s spin that wheel!

Standards:  ELA, MU, SC

Cast pic

 


Shaw Entertainment's

"The Rainbow Fish"

Tuesday, December 5 * Grades: PreK-3

The Rainbow Fish finds the courage to explore the great unknown deep sea, discovering a new world with wonderful sights and friendly creatures of all shapes, sizes and colors who are eager to make his acquaintance. The underworld wonderland is the setting for an introduction to the concept of opposites. As a fitting finale, the story ends with the most satisfying opposite of all—give and take—as Rainbow Fish shares one of his shining scales with a friend.

Standards:  ELA, MU, TH

Rainbow fish

Study Guide

 

This is a blacklight performance.


TheatreworksUSA's

"Charlotte's Web"

Thursday, February 1 * Grades: K-5

A creative spin on a classic tale! This reimagined production features bluegrass music and a clever set design, telling the treasured story of selfless love and the true meaning of friendship. Join Charlotte, Wilbur, and their farm animal friends in this terrific tale of bravery and hopefulness.

Standards: ELA, TH


TheatreworksUSA's

"Rosie Revere, Engineer & Friends"

Monday, April 19 * Grades: K-4

Ms. Greer's classroom includes three inquisitive out-of-the-box thinkers. Rosie Revere has big dreams, Iggy Peck has a relentless passion for architecture, and Ada Twist's curiosity can drive her teacher crazy. On a field trip gone awry, they are faced with the ultimate test of their problem-solving skills that can only be conquered with teamwork.

Standards: ELA, MA, SC, TH

 

 

Education Series Sponsors

The Education Series at the Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center is proudly sponsored by:

H.E. Hill Foundation Logo
Palm Beach County School District logo

 

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