2022-2023 Youth Series
Plan NOW for next year’s educational field trips! We are back with in-person theatrical events that include something for everyone.
A third grader deciding to run for class president, machinations of power in political institutions, old school funk and hip hop meeting new school audiences, and passion for magic that opens the magic of math are all featured in the 2022-23 youth series programming from Purdue Convocations. See below for a complete list of events and make plans for your classroom today!
Our Youth Series performances meet many curricular standards and events fill up quickly, so please make your reservations before August 1. Early reservations will be confirmed by August 15. All remaining reservations will be filled on a first-come, first served basis throughout the year.
Tickets are $8 per student. Scholarships are available for most schools.
Contact Erin Diener Mattull, Education Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (765) 494-0242 for details.
Grace for President
Oct. 29, 2022 | 3PM ET
Third grader Grace decides to run for class president while questioning the lack of women in the White House in the family-friendly musical Grace for President.
The Secret Agency
Nov. 18, 2022 | 7:30PM ET
Old school funk and hip hop meets new school audiences when The Secret Agency hits the stage and classroom. This family-friendly show radiates positivity.
Nov. 11, 2022 | 10AM & 12:30PM ET
Grades: High School – Collegiate
New York’s Aquila Theatre returns to Purdue to breathe new life into the Shakespeare classic Julius Caesar. Beautiful language and striking scenery make this a must-see.
Danny Carmo’s Mathematical Mysteries
Feb. 27, 2023 | 10AM & 1PM ET
The Mathematical Mysteries tour will engage audiences young and old with magic, mathematics, and the magic of math in a high-energy, family-friendly format.
THANK YOU TO OUR 2022-23 EDUCATION SPONSORS
Some artists bring their talents directly to local schools. These performances or master classes help us reach many additional area students through the arts—allowing them to ask questions of the artists and get to know them as people as well as performers.
Purdue Convocations wants to ensure that every student has access to performing-arts events. Our scholarship program helps remove economic barriers that prevent students from attending Convocations events by providing scholarships that subsidize tickets and transportation to student matinees and placing artist residencies in schools with demonstrated economic need.
Resources for Teachers
From the Adjective Monster to Weather and Wind, ARTSEDGE offers lesson plans that will help you integrate arts across the curriculum. These fully developed lesson plans, teaching how-tos, links, artist interviews and many other features are a wealth of information, support sites and teaching research available to teachers free of charge.
This blog is a place where teachers can look for sources and resources, share ideas, learn about what other schools and teachers are doing and discuss the arts integration approach to teaching.
Learn more about support Purdue Convocations educational programming by contacting our Development Team at 765-494-9712 or visit convocations.org/support.