Virtual Field Trips
Enrich your curriculum with direct access to engaging new theatre productions, available NOW!
PLAY-IT LOUD, PLAY-IT PROUD VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP INITIATIVE!
We are eager to share a new experience with you and your students!
Bringing high-quality theatrical performance and education to wherever you may be -- straight out of Baltimore, MD.
Share Everyman Theatre performances directly with your classroom or department with our new Virtual Field Trip program.
- Discover new and engaging digital experiences for you and your students.
- Enrich your curriculum with these new artistic entry points.
- Increase your access to compassionate folks with artistic expertise!
Curate Your Virtual Field Trip
- Pre-Show Workshops
- Streamable Performances
- Live Post-Show Discussions and Access to Artists
START THE CONVERSATION: Complete this form to share your needs. We’ll follow-up!
EXPLORE THE DRAMA
BY: MOLLY SMITH METZLER
AVAILABLE THRU APRIL 11
This dark comedy takes an honest look at the absurdities of being home with a baby, the power of female friendship, the dilemma of going back to work, and the effect class has on parenthood in America.
Themes: Motherhood, Friendship, Parenting Styles, + Class
BALTIMORE, IT'S ME
CREATED + PERFORMED BY: FELICIA CURRY
AVAILABLE FROM APRIL 12
This cabaret expresses the inner longings of company member Felicia Curry and the unrest of our social climate thru the songs of Marvin Gaye, Nina Simone, Billie Holiday, Whitney Houston and musicals Pippin, The Color Purple, Caroline, or Change, and Hamilton.
BY: ANGELICA CHÉRI
AVAILABLE FROM APRIL 31
After committing an unforgivable crime and doomed to surrender his freedom, Leroy is granted one final wish: a chance to make amends with his long lost lover Berta. Their reunion swells from a quarrelsome conjuring of the past to an impassioned plot to escape the fate that awaits them.
Themes: Love, Fate, African American Folklore, + Mysticism
BY: DOMINIQUE MORISSEAU
AVAILABLE FROM MAY 31
Nya, an inner-city high school teacher, is committed to her students but desperate to give her son, Omari, opportunities he'll never have. With profound compassion and lyricism, this play delves into urgent issue around class, race, parenting, and education in America, leaving us to question the structures that trap young men of color.
Themes: Love, Class, Race, + Education in America
Let's start a conversation! Educational Packages are designed around the individual school needs and capacities. Consider this a starting point.
Pre-Show Workshops - $100
Streamed Performances - $149-$300 per classroom
Post-Show Discussions - $125
Play Guides and Teacher Resources - FREE
MEETING + EXCEEDING STANDARDS
Respond thoughtfully to diverse perspectives, summarize points of agreement and disagreement, and, when warranted, qualify or justify their own views and understanding and make new connections in light of the evidence and reasoning presented.
Analyze how an author's choices concerning how to structure specific parts of a text (e.g., the choice of where to begin or end a story, the choice to provide a comedic or tragic resolution) contribute to its overall structure and meaning as well as its aesthetic impact.
HS TH: C2-1
A. Explore the function of history and culture in the development of a dramatic concept through a critical analysis of original ideas in a drama/theatre work.
B.Investigate the collaborative nature of the actor, director, playwrights, and designers to explore their interdependent roles in a drama/theatre work.
MD SS-HS: 5.0
Students shall inquire about significant events, ideas, beliefs, and themes to identify patterns and trends and to analyze how individuals and societies have changed over time to make connections to the present in their communities, Maryland, the United States, and the world.
Email Education@EverymanTheatre.org or call 443-776-8580 to share your interest and learn more!