2016-2017 Educational Programming
For ticket reservations for Manship Theatre school shows, email or call Leah Hamel, EBR Education Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 225-389-7266.
For a full list of Manship Theatre's educational programming, click here.
The Manship Theatre's educational programs reflect our commitment to offering a dynamic variety of performances and workshops, and to enrich, enlighten, and inspire area youth. We endeavor to make these events and activities accessible to all students. Participants gain insight and knowledge in a wide range of subjects, including language and visual arts, history, geography, music, theatre, and cultural awareness.
Please see the following Teacher Resource Guides for the our 2016-2017 Educational Programming:
Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters Study Guide 1
Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters Study Guide 2
Thomas Edison: The Wizard of Menlo Park Study Guide
Lightwire Theater presents: A Very Electric Christmas Study Guide
Fancy Nancy's Splendiferous Christmas Study Guide
Charlotte's Web presented by TheatreworksUSA Study Guide
Living Voices presents Through the Eyes of a Friend: The World of Anne Frank Study Guide
A Year With Frog and Toad Study Guide
PREPARING STUDENTS FOR THEIR FUTURE THROUGH THE ARTS
All of our school programs, serving K - Grade 12, engage students in learning actively, immerse them in culture, and transport them through history. School performances align with Common Core and Louisiana State Content Standards for language arts, social studies, and the visual and performing arts, including STEAM Programming, and are supported with materials and resources to help connect the on-site visit to the classroom. There is a link below to connect you to the materials and Teacher's Resource Guides.
Students with special needs: Please let us know in advance so we may arrange for wheelchair seating. Infrared assisted listening devices are also available. Tickets for students for all school performances range from $10 to $12. One complimentary teacher ticket is offered for every 25 student tickets purchased. Tickets are $15 for parents accompanying their child to a school show. All reservations for parents must be done through the school's ticket reservation. Tickets for parents are not sold separately for school shows.
OTHER EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AT MANSHIP THEATRE
The Gallery at Manship Theatre on Mondays at 6:30p.m.
Tango fundamentals for beginners FREE lesson 6:30 - 7:15
Tango intermediate lesson $5 7:30 - 8:15
Open Dancing/Practica 8:15 - 9:45
Tango Lagniappe is both a group and a venue for anyone interested in Argentine Tango. Whether you just heard about Tango yesterday and want to learn, or you are a seasoned Tanguero/a in town for a few days, you are at the right place. This site aims to be an up-to-date clearinghouse for information on Argentine Tango activities here in Baton Rouge and in the surrounding area.
FILMS AT MANSHIP THEATRE
Please check our event page for panel discussions and educational opportunities for all ages.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR 2016-2017 FAMILY SEASON, PLEASE CONTACT:
Manship Theatre's Education program is supported in part by a Decentralized Arts Funding Grant from the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge in cooperation with the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, and Louisiana State Arts Council.