MAR 19, 2024 / 10 AM & 12 PM / Auditorium
Recommended Grades K - 4
$5 / Per Person for Students & Adults
Ms. Greer's classroom includes three inquisitive out-of-the-box thinkers. Rosie Revere has big dreams, Iggy Peck has a relentless passion for architecture, and Ada Twist's curiosity can drive her teacher crazy. On a field trip gone awry, they are faced with the ultimate test of their problem-solving skills that can only be conquered with teamwork in this engaging, scientific musical!
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Click here for a study guide for Rosie Revere, Engineer & Friends.
Curriculum Connections: Engineering, architecture, scientific method, women in science, teamwork and perseverance, literature, character, elements of storytelling, theater, music
Tickets are moving fast for the 10 AM performance! Please consider reserving for the 12 PM show if possible.
Pair this performance with a hands-on learning experience with our traveling Rosie Revere-themed Smithsonian Spark!Lab:
Enhance your classroom’s matinee experience and let Midland Center for the Arts bring innovation and imagination to your classroom with our traveling Spark!Lab! (Sign Up Available with Matinee Registration)
Students will learn the steps of invention as they create, innovate, collaborate, and problem-solve through hands-on activities inspired by the stories of Andrea Beaty. Students will explore the scientific process as they experiment in the chemistry lab like Ada Twist, engineer a flying machine like Rosie Revere, and work as a team to construct a bridge just like Iggy Peck and his classmates! Available FEB 19 - APR 19, 2024 / $125 Per Classroom