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Dallas Children's Theater



DIARY OF A WORM, A SPIDER & A FLY (Weekdays)

Time Frames
During School Day
Formats
Field Trip
Grades
Pre K, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Standards

Description

Students will enjoy the coolest ever rock-n-roll romp through a bug’s world in this hip-hoppin’ musical that promotes eco-consciousness, earth science, and tolerance of others. The popular characters from the bestselling books are not so unusual: Worm eats his homework and has no legs. Fly has 327 siblings and wants to be a superhero. And Spider can’t wait to grow up and molt. When Fly’s Aunt Rita needs help getting out of a tight spot, the squad must combine their talents and work as a team on the rescue mission of a lifetime. Come to Dallas Children’s Theater and see a production that is the result of many hours of collaboration by various different theater artists, from the director to the cast and crew. While experiencing the show in DCT’s Baker Theater, students will also work on their own unique role in the performance: that of attentive and respectful audience members!

Students Will

  • Experience a live theatrical production and view the work of professional theater artists including actors, set and costume designers, a director, stage manager, and the crew.
  • Engage in social interaction with other audience members and practice appropriate audience behavior skills.
  • Enjoy a story that brings to life popular picture books and celebrates friendship.
  • Visit a professional theater.
  • Observe artists and identify theatrical vocations.
  • Literacy Connection: Diary of a Worm ISBN-10: 006000150X, Diary of a Spider ISBN-10: 0062233009, Diary of a Fly ISBN-10: 0062232983

Details

Dates: November 26-30, 2018 (Summer July 2-5, 2019)
Times: Monday thru Friday at 10:00am (Summer 10:00am and 1:30pm)
Duration: Approximately 90 minutes
School Fee: Price Per Non Teacher: $9.50
Price Per Student: $9.50
Price Per Teacher: $9.50
Minimum Attendance: 10
Maximum Attendance: 700
Bilingual: No
Technical Needs:
Other Information: 1 free adult admission for every 20 students

Scheduling / Booking

Instructions: To book weekday matinees go to https://www.dct.org/educators/fieldtrips/ or email [email protected] or [email protected] or call 214-978-0120 - For weekend performances or additional information call Dallas Children's Theater box office at (214) 978-0110 To book residencies or after school programs call 214-978-0110.
Deadline: Bookings begin August 1 and continue as availability allows.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellation Policy: For shows: no refunds once tickets are reserved, deposit paid, or Voucher # issued. In the case of inclement weather Dallas Children's Theater does not cancel performances unless DISD has closed. For After School or During School programs- In cases of inclement weather, DCT will make every attempt to reschedule a make-up class, but if the class cannot be rescheduled the school will be expected to pay for the full program.
After School Policy: After School Policy: The school provides: a physical space large and quiet enough to allow the group to work comfortably and without interruption; at least one staff member on site during the drama class session; distribution of enrollment forms; and a contact person.

Educational Materials

      Diary of a Worm..Study guide

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