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2022-23 Page to Stage series
Peter Rabbit™ Tales
Tuesday | Oct. 25, 2022 |9:30am & 12pm
Peter Rabbit Study Guide
The Tale of Peter Rabbit has enchanted young audiences for over one hundred years with the exploits of a charming hero, who, going against his mother’s wishes, has adventures (and misadventures) in Mr. McGregor’s garden.
Literature; Visual Arts and Drawing; Performing Arts: Theater, Music, Dance; Language Arts: Reading and Creative Writing as storytelling with a focus on the concepts of imagination, creativity and problem-solving.
Public Audiences: All Ages
School Time Audience: Ages 3 – 9, Grades: Pre-K – Grade 4
Romeo and Juliet
Condensed educational performance.
Thursday | Feb. 2, 2023 | 9:30am
Romeo and Juliet Study Guide
Get a glimpse of the show!
This is one of the greatest love stories in literature. A gripping drama spun out of an ancient grudge between two families, this story is as relevant to modern society as it was to audiences four centuries ago.
Contact ArtsEducation@macomb.edu for addition information about this performance.
The Ugly Duckling
Wednesday | Feb. 22, 2023 | 9:30am & 12pm
The Ugly Duckling Study Guide
Hans Christian Andersen’s well known tale comes to life with a menagerie of mischievous animals, live music with songs that quack and trill. This charming production plays with the importance of identity, self-worth and takes us on a journey to discover inner beauty.
Fine Arts: Performance, Sound Design, Music and Composition, Dance
Language Arts: Fairytales, Storytelling, Character, Adaptations, Creative Writing
Emotional/Social Development: Self-Awareness, Empathy, Respect for Others, Perspective-taking, Relationship Skills, Social Engagement, Relationship-building, Problem-solving, Resilience
Best for Ages 5–10, Grades: K – Grade 5
Tuesday | March 28, 2023 | 9:30am & 12pm
Llama Llama–Live! Study Guide
Everyone's favorite Llama and his friends, the toys are ready to sing and dance their way to sleep. But, they need Mama Llama to help them out!
Literacy: Reading Comprehension, Active Thinking, Vocabulary, Rhyme; Values and Decision Making; Making Connections to Real Life Scenarios; Emotional Learning
Public Audiences: ages 3–6
School Time Audience: Ages 3–6, Grades: Pre-K – Grade 1
For all events—Teacher’s may sign-up their classrooms by calling our Group Sales Coordinator at 586.286.2021. These events are also open to the public, so parents and grandparents can make memories at the Macomb Center.
Have Questions? Contact us at ArtsEducation@macomb.edu and a member of our staff will get in touch with you.
Funding for our Page to Stage series was made possible by: