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Tue, Nov 14 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Wed, Nov 15 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Award-winning violinist Regina Carter celebrates the music and
spirit of her musical idol, Ella Fitzgerald, on the year of
the beloved singer’s 100th birthday.
Grades: 8–12 • Curriculum: M, S
ronald k brown/
a dance company
the hip hop
Thu, Jan 11 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Fri, Jan 12 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
EVIDENCE focuses on the integration of traditional African
dance with contemporary choreography and spoken word.
It provides a unique view of human struggles, tragedies and
Grades: 6–12 • Curriculum: D, S
Fri, Dec 15 @ 12:30PM
A dozen all-star dancers, a DJ, a violinist and digital scenery
bring the traditional Nutcracker story to new life with a
contemporary urban twist. .
Grades: 5–12 • Curriculum: D, S
do you speak
Thu, Jan 18 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Fri, Jan 19 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Led by a line-up of world-class Western and African musicians,
the audience plays their favorite tunes on their own djembes.
and the wolf
Grades: 4–8 • Curriculum: C, M
Thu, Nov 2 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Fri, Nov 3 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
This new rock musical introduces the mischievous but fearless
Petra. When a wolf threatens her home and animal friends, her
adventures become a showcase of bravery and compassion.
Produced by Lionheart Youth Theatre with Glass HalfFull
Theatre and Mother Falcon.
Grades: 3–6 • Curriculum: L, M, T
Curriculum Areas for SchoolTime Series:
D Dance • L Language Arts • C Multicultural
M Music • T Theater • S Social Studies
W World Languages • P Puppetry • H History
EL Early Learning • SW Spoken Word
nai-ni chen dance company
year of the dog
Thu, Feb 8 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Fri, Feb 9 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Nai-Ni Chen and her amazing dancers, musicians and acrobats
present their annual, fantastic celebration of the Lunar New
Year, which in 2018 celebrates the Year of the Brown Earth Dog,
a symbol of the wish to succeed.
Grades: 3–8 • Curriculum: D, C W
moon mouse: a space odyssey
Wed, Feb 28 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Thu, Mar1 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Fri, Mar 2 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Lightwire Theater uses electroluminescent puppetry to tell stories that literally light up the stage. In “Moon Mouse,” Marvin the
mouse is constantly bullied by the “cool” rats. To get away from the continuous badgering, he retreats into his science books
and a world of fantasy.
Grades: Pre-K–2 • Curriculum: L, P
We, Feb 14 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Thu, Feb 15 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Fri, Feb 16 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
The latest in the Mad River Theater Works collection of plays
about American history, “Freedom Riders,” set in 1961, follows
activists of the civil rights era, both black and white, who
travelled together on buses across state lines in defiance of
segregation practices that were still rampant across much
of the country.
Thu, Apr 19 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Fri, Apr 20 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
This musical from the Virginia Repertory Theatre unites the
classic ugly duckling with the Burmese mole that hates dirt and
the Inuit bald eagle with a full head of hair. These three “misfit”
heroes work together to earn their home on the King’s estate.
Grades: Pre-K–2 • Curriculum: L, M, T
Grades: 5–8 • Curriculum: S, L, M, T
darius & twig
Thu, Mar 8 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Fri, Mar 9 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Based on the beloved novel by Walter Dean Myers, “Darius &
Twig” tells the story of two Harlem teens – one a writer, one a
runner, both on the verge of great success, and both hobbled
by pressure from family, friends – and enemies. A Kennedy
Center World Premiere Commission
Wed, May 30 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Thu, May 31 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
Fri, June 1 @ 10AM & 12:30PM
This one-woman show depicts three generations of a
Cuban-American family to help youngest member Yelia get
ready to perform a dance number for the President.
Grades: Pre-K–3 • Curriculum: L, C, T
Grades: 9–12 • Curriculum: L, T
Tickets are $8 per person in the Victoria Theater.
Tickets are $15 per person in Prudential Hall.
Fri, May 11 @ 12:30PM
Elegant, electrifying and marvelously athletic, this always
dazzling company returns for NJPAC’s annual presentation.
America’s premier modern dance company is known for its
vibrant fusion of modern dance, ballet and soul.
Grades: 5-12 • Curriculum: D
Productions are linked to curriculum areas.
Plus, with your order you will receive FREE Teacher Resource
Guides to facilitate your lesson planning.
Artists dates, times, programs, prices and venues
are subject to change.
Call or email today for more information on pre and
post performance interactive workshops!
njpac.org/education • firstname.lastname@example.org
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