2019-20 Arts Education Season
It was a wonderful 2019-20 season, and we were thrilled to welcome 13,414 students and teachers (grades Pre-K-12) from all around Central Virginia. Students and teachers came from 46 public schools (11 school divisions throughout Central Virginia), 18 private schools and 37 home school groups. Thanks to the generosity of The Paramount’s Arts Education Partners, nearly 3,500 students benefited from additional financial assistance based on need.
The 2019-20 season programming included: National Geographic Live! Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice; Enchantment Theatre Company’s Peter Rabbit™ Tales; Secret Agent 23 Skidoo; Childsplay’s Maddi’s Fridge; National Players’ The Diary of Anne Frank; Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences on Tour’s Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! (The Musical); Tall Stories, London’s Wilde Creatures; Yamato, The Drummers of Japan; and Mad River Theater Works’ Walk On: The Story of Rosa Parks.
CLICK HERE to view our blog post featuring highlights and memories from the 2019-20 Arts Education season at The Paramount.
Planning for the 2020-21 Arts Education Program is currently underway and we invite you to please check back this summer for season updates.
If you have any questions or would like more information about the Arts Education Program, please contact Cathy von Storch, Education & Outreach Manager at 434-293-1000 or email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you at the Theater!
Thank you to our 2019-2020 Arts Education Season Sponsor:
Frequently Asked Questions: Click HERE to find a list of FAQs.
Pricing: Tickets for all students and teachers/adult chaperones are $8.50. Students and school groups that qualify for free and reduced meals may receive financial assistance.
Performance Run Times: All performances are 60 minutes unless otherwise noted.
Show Day Essentials:
- Directions to Theater and Bus Drop Off – Pick Up Information
- Directions for School Bus Parking 2019
- Important Show Day Information
Study Guides/SOL Connections: Virginia Standards of Learning + Curriculum Connections and synopses are listed beneath performance descriptions.
Grade level designations are meant as guidelines.
More Information: Please direct all Arts Education related questions to Cathy von Storch, Education & Outreach Manager at 434.293.1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.