The Center for the Arts offers weekly matinee’ performances and exhibition tours as a unique field trip opportunity for specified-aged school groups. Most of the productions come with learning activities. For details, contact Tim Chapman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770.838.1083. Tickets are $5 each for students and chaperones (unless otherwise noted). Teachers attend for free.
The Miracle Worker
September 15 / 10am
The Carroll County Community Theatre presents the true story of Helen Keller, who lost her sight and hearing when she was an infant. Her teacher, Annie Sullivan, teaches her how to use sign language. Directed by Cindi Winstead.
Grades 6 – 12
November 18 / 10am
Join Clara and her Prince as they visit exotic lands and meet delightful, dancing sweets. This vignette from the Nutcracker Ballet includes dances by Spanish Hot Chocolate, Russian Candy Canes, Arabian Coffee, Chinese Tea and the Sugar Plum Fairy. Directed by Brii Tyson.
Grades K – 4
February 9, 2023 / 10am
The final rehearsal for the Carroll Symphony Orchestra’s Masters Concert offers audience participation and an introduction to sounds of an orchestra. This year’s performance will feature Beethoven 3rd Symphony, a special newly commissioned piece from a local composer and the winning pieces from the 2022 CSO Young Composer Competition.
Grades 3 – 5