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Nine year old B is on a quest to fly, just like her hero Amelia Earhart. She’s even built an airplane treehouse to help her get off the ground. If she can’t manage to lift off before her 10th birthday, which is just 3 days away, She will never be able to soar among the clouds. Help arrives just in the nick of time, when a mysterious woman from the sky takes over her treehouse. Could this be Amelia Earhart, who disappeared during her final voyage? Can B help her hero complete the journey and finally rise above the limits of gravity?
This fanciful story uses the power of the imagination to inspire kids to dream BIG and make the impossible…POSSIBLE!
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For many long time theatre-goers, the spark that lit their theatrical fire didn’t necessarily come from sitting in an audience – it came in a classroom, learning just how exciting making theatre can be.
Long Wharf Theatre is committed to fanning that flame through a variety of programs intended to deepen the theatrical experience for students, teachers and others looking to cultivate their inner thespian.
In addition to the intangible benefits of theatre training – creating poise, confidence and self-awareness – Long Wharf Theatre’s education programs promote comprehension, interpretation, and evaluation - all vital skills for both Connecticut Mastery and Academic Performance Tests.
- To encourage students' self-exploration through plays that examine the major issues of our time as well as the eternal commonalities of human life.
- To empower students to seek self-directed learning opportunities.
- To engage students who are considered at-risk, low-achieving, or not otherwise challenged in their academic situation to make a reciprocal investment in the learning process.
- To help teachers master dramatic interpretation in order to enhance the learning potential of their students.
- To nurture the intellectual and leadership capacity of teachers.
- To integrate arts techniques into general classroom curricula.
- To involve both students and teachers in the study and understanding of dramatic text, as well as the process of theatrical production.
- To build strong, sustained relationships between artists and teachers.