This show works best for groups of 8 to 30 students. This play is created especially with 4th-grade Texas History students in mind. Grades 3-7 can also book the show (we’ll adjust for different ages) since themes of voting rights, elections, and civic engagement are for EVERYONE! Please send this webpage URL to homeroom and Texas History teachers, Librarians, and School Administrators. Thank you.
Bring this interactive play with voting rights themes to your classroom or school library in the 2024 election year! This story was inspired by a real Texan who left her mark on political history, and it playfully encourages your students to explore and discuss women's suffrage, civic engagement and other hot topics of the 1920s that still resonate today.
Weekdays during school hours in February, March, April, May, or September 2024. Let us know what fits your class schedule.
This compact play comes to you live right in your classroom or school library: two actors and two duffle bags.
Students get to travel back in time without leaving campus — it’s a field trip without the trip.
This interactive event encourages creative thinking, promotes empathy, and creates a memorable bonding experience for students.
Live theatre is PLAY and play activates learning!
Robust study guide includes TEKS learning standards. The optional lessons and activities it contains can fill a week's worth of classes!
The program is 50 minutes long to fit into a class period. We can present 2 shows/day.
$200 per show*
A limited number of PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS are available for Title 1 public schools. Email us to request one!
Email us to request one!
If your school is in a unique situation, please email us to request a scholarship. We believe ALL children should have access to live theatre, and will do everything possible to ensure that.
To secure tickets for your class, email Sharron at ATX Theatre.
This theatre experience may be eligible for Creative Learning Initiative funds! Every public school in Austin has access to CLI funding. Please check with your bookkeeper about this today. If you teach at a Title 1 public school, there are a limited number of partial scholarships available to supplement your CLI funds. Please email Sharron if you’ve already checked with your bookkeeper and discovered that your CLI funds have been used up and cannot cover this stay-at-school field trip.