2019-20 Show: 13 Colonies
Hosted by George and Martha Washington, our musical review of
early American history covers the period from the arrival of the
Europeans to the signing of the Bill of Rights. Everyone shows
up, from Leif Erickson, the Iroquois, and Ponce de Leon to Ben
Franklin, Sibyl Luddington and The 13 Colony Singers. Keeping
all the characters in line are the History Police, crashing the
party whenever the hosts "mess around with history."
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Venture Into Schools is NOVA’s outreach education program. The
program is dedicated to engaging, inspiring and challenging
youth through performing arts. Since the program began in 2003,
we have ventured into more than 20 different schools and youth
Two-week Production Workshop
Students in grades 3-5 are eligible to audition for a 30-minute
musical. A maximum of 50 students may participate. Auditions and
rehearsals take place after school. After only two weeks of
rehearsal, students will perform the musical three times for
their peers, family and teachers. Venture Into Schools provides
costumes, props and minimalist set for each production. The
school provides the students and space.
Choose a Local Arts Education Program?
Schools can be a gateway to the performing arts. Because NOVA is
located in your community, interested students may later choose
to explore the wider offerings at NOVA’s Youth Conservatory
including: dance, acting and voice classes, summer camps, and
youth productions (musical and non-musical)
do I book this at my school?
It’s as easy as
contacting NOVA’s Youth Director at the NOVA Box Office and
reserving a 2-week block of time that works best for you.
Contact NOVA for more information.
or call 406.591.9535