As we share Miracle in Rwanda in honor of Genocide Awareness Month, we have some opportunities especially for schools.
Student Matinees allow classrooms to have access to the Miracle in Rwanda performance for the full 10 days it is available, April 16-26, for $20. All classrooms that register will also receive and education resource guide prior to the show to help with making learning connections in the classroom. Click here to register for student matinees.
If you want to show Miracle in Rwanda in your classroom and the $20 price is prohibitive, please contact Jackie Reese at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Classroom is an international dialogue opportunity for high school students taking place on April 28. You can register for it here.
Classes that participate in Global Classroom will have free access to the Student Matinee.
Miracle in Rwanda Global Classroom (April 28, 8am ET) is a special opportunity for students to connect, share ideas and experiences, and discuss theater productions. We use video conferencing technology to connect schools in multiple locations; allowing students to “meet” virtually and talk to students they would never have encountered in their every day lives. This year’s Global Classroom experience is centered on the upcoming production of “Miracle in Rwanda” and will take place in collaboration with Prime Stage Theatre and the Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre. The program is appropriate for students grades 10-12 (approximately ages 15-19) and will include students from area schools and youth organizations as well as those in African countries. In order to accommodate international time zones, Global Classroom will take place virtually at 8am EST on Wednesday, April 28th. Space is limited and will be offered on a first come, first-served basis.