Arena Stage

Arena Stage is alive as a center for American theater in our nation’s capital with productions, diverse and innovative works from around the country and the nurturing of new plays. Our focus is on American artists. We produce and present all that is passionate, exuberant, profound, deep and dangerous in the American spirit. We explore issues from the past, present and future that reflect America’s diversity and challenges. These are voiced through the productions we create, the work we develop, the presentations that move beyond our stages and community and education programs that engage artists, students and audiences. View more information on their Member Feature Page.

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Presented by: Arena Stage

Arena Stage will offer 200 ninth-through twelfth-grade students in Washington, D.C. the opportunity to attend the theater's production of Disney’s NEWSIES. Inspired by the real-life Newsboy’s strike of 1899, the high energy musical follows newsboys in 1899 New York City taking a stand against two of the nation’s most powerful publishing giants.
Date: 12/5/2019
Time: 11:00 AM
Length of Event: 3 hours
Location: Arena Stage, 1101 Sixth Street Southwest, Washington, D.C.
Content: Arts, Theatre
Learning Standards: Arena's will provide teachers and students with study guides outlining the themes, characters and history of the show. In addition, Arena offers teachers a curriculum connections guide that suggests discussion topics and activities they can utilize to connect the production with Common Core standards.
Grades: 9th - 12th
Ticket capacity: 300



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