Field Trip Workshops
The fun and learning does not need to stop when the performance is done! In classroom workshops rooted in Florida State Standards and Arts Integration to deepen student learning and engagement across the curriculum!
Price: $50 per classroom add-on (30 student maximum per classroom)
Workshops take place the week before or after your field trip. Workshops at Orlando REP the day of your field trip are available pending availability of space.
Workshops for the 2022-2023 Season include:
Pre Writing with Dog Man The Musical– The Four Steps to Storyboarding
Have a story idea? Using the four steps to storyboarding your students go from idea to draft in this pre-writing style workshop inspired by the comics drawn by George and Harold! Students organize ideas and establish character, setting, plot, and the beginnings of dialogue through brainstorming, illustration or sentence building, final details and alterations. Before they know it, the story takes shape and they are ready to write!
- WL.K12.NM.5.6– Pre-write by drawing pictures to support ideas related to a task.
- ELA.K12.R.1.1– Describe the main character(s), setting, and important events in a story.
Poetic Power in Locomotion, The Play
In Locomotion, The Play by Jacqueline Woodson, best friends Lonnie and Enrique learn that poetry is a powerful tool that helps one heal from pain, celebrate life, and cultivate joy. In this workshop, students write their own poems by engaging their five senses, utilizing literary devices, and pulling inspiration from examples of different poetic forms. Throughout this workshop students explore various answers to a question Locomotion, The Play asks us all: “What IS poetry?
- WL.K12.AH.5.7– Write creative pieces (poetry, narratives, and plays) using effective imagery and the appropriate literary devices to genre.
- LAFS.K12.W.2.5– Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach
Lineage in Luchadora!
Have you ever wanted to be a hero? Through the learning of plot structure and inspiration of a family’s lineage you can create your own Luchador/Luchadora persona. Students will use the theater skills of tableau and pantomime to find their inner strength, and with basic elements of design and mask making the hero comes to life. With confidence on your side, and no matter who’s under the mask, YOU ARE A WINNER!
- LAFS.2.RL.1.AP.3b– Describe or select a description of how characters respond to major events or problems in a story.
- VA.3.C.1.In.a– Experiment with the art making process to develop ideas for self expression
Bringing Lyrics to Life in The SpongeBob Musical
What do you hear? Explore the songs and lyrics from The SpongeBob Musical in order to practice text analysis and meaning making. Through a rich exploration of instrumental tracks as well as song lyrics, practice a system of analysis that invites you to describe, analyze, and relate to the content. Once students have practiced text analysis, this workshop will invite them to explore how music might inform their own narrative writing. How are mood, tone, and setting informed by music? Enjoy this text analysis and writing workshop all in one!
- ELA.K12.R.2.1– Explain how text structures and/or features contribute to the overall meaning of texts.
- MU.68.H.3.1– Identify connections among music and other content areas and/or contexts through interdisciplinary collaboration.
Exploring Story Comprehension in Make Way for Ducklings
Calling all ducklings! Travel through the busy city of Boston to find Mr. and Mrs. Mallard at the Public Garden! This story drama workshop supports story comprehension and vocabulary development through an interactive read aloud experience. Students will step out of the classroom and into the world of the book to learn, explore, and have fun!
- LAFS.K2.RL.1.1– With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
- LAFS.K2.RL.1.2– With prompting and support, retell familiar stories, including key details.
- LAFS.K2.RL.1.3– With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story.
Book a Field Trip
We welcome all school, community, and family groups! Choose from many different shows throughout the year, all for young audiences.