Games, Pranks, and Stories from the Childhood of Louisa May Alcott
While learning about life one hundred years ago, children can step into the Victorian childhood of Louisa May Alcott and identify with a naughty little child who tried to be good.
Note: Available live online through your remote learning platform.
Audience Limit: 80
Curriculum Connection: Women of American History, Storytelling
Remote Single: $220
Single Show: $275
Travel fee: based upon mileage
Note: Prices may vary for weekends/out-of-school time
Processing Fee of $30 added to all contracts
1 reserved parking space
A private area for changing and keeping personal belongings
A large classroom or library area (not an auditorium) with ample room for the artist to move freely in her bulky costumes.
Audience should be seated on the floor at the beginning of the performance in a horseshoe format large enough to allow three people across the middle.
Because no sound system is used, please ensure that the space will allow for each student to hear.
Arrival before first performance: 20 minutes
Strike time: 5 minutes
Time needed between performances: 5 minutes
TEACHERS ARE EXPECTED TO MODEL PROPER AUDIENCE BEHAVIOR FOR STUDENTS!
Please introduce the performer as a Young Audiences of Massachusetts artist.