Ballet Theatre of Ohio
Take Me Out to the Ballet – Sponsored by Akron Community Foundation and The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
Since 1999, BTO’s collaboration with Akron Public Schools serves as many as 2,200 Akron school students each year in a program titled “Take Me Out to the Ballet”. Over the past ten years more than 20,000 children have been exposed to the wonderful world of classical music and dance. This event is made possible by the generous support of Akron Community Foundation and The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation.
Children’s Interactive – Sponsored by OMVOVA Solutions Foundation and The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
Ballet Theatre of Ohio productions are more that just a ballet – they are an experience! Upon arriving at the magnificent Akron Civic Theatre, our audience will feel the magic immediately as they step into the main lobby. Every production features a themed room which will take children on a magical journey. Last years Nutcracker featured Santa’s workshop complete with elves, reindeer and Santa himself! Next door to the workshop was an amazing presentation of the most beautiful gingerbread “mansions”. At the top of the grande staircase, people can be seen taking their traditional family picture in front of the 10 ft. Christmas tree, filled with nothing but Nutcrackers. Across the way little ones delight in skipping down Candy Land Hopscotch Lane.
For more information visit www.ballettheatreohio.org or call The Ballet Theatre of Ohio at 330-688-6065.
Children’s Concert Society
Concert Hall Series
For a nominal fee, students attend a very special performance (ballet, symphony orchestra, opera) in a concert hall. Because the Series is funded through scholarships, no student is excluded from this event.
In School Concert Series
A diverse selection of small instrumental, vocal and dance ensemble programs are made available to all public, private, parochial schools and home school groups in Summit County and surrounding areas at NO CHARGE to the schools.
For information visit www.childrensconcertsociety.org or call Children’s Concert Society at 330-972-2504.
Green Arts Council
Green Arts Council scholarships are awarded based on a student’s quantity and quality of arts-related studies and activities in high school, and their dedication to education towards an arts career. Students submit an application, grade transcripts, and a career aspirations essay. They are each interviewed by a panel of Green Arts Council members.
More information on these scholarships can be requested on our “Contact Us” page.
The Illusion Factory
The Emperor’s New Clothes
The Emperor’s New Clothes is a re-telling of the classic tale about two tricksters who convince a monarch that they have woven him the world’s finest suit of clothes, which, of course, is invisible. It’s a story about ego, gullibility and our tendency to see what we want to see. The Emperor’s New Clothes is available March through June 2014.
For information on these productions visiting your school, visit www.theillusionfactory.org or call The Illusion Factory at 330-376-5700.
Levin Swedler Crum Certified Public Accountants
Levin Swedler Crum Certified Public Accountants is familiar with tax information regarding non-profit organizations. To learn more about how they can help visit www.levinswedler.com or call Levin Swedler Crum Certified Public Accounts at 330-666-4199
Magical Theatre Company
The Magical Theatre Company is offering touring shows such as Bulling: Not Funny, Myths & Monsters: Tales of Greek Mythology, Quoth the Raven and KidScripts.
What could be better than a break from the ho-hum of the classroom than a live stage show at Magical! See a Magical performance during school hours.
For more information visit www.magicaltheatre.org or call Magical Theatre Company at 330-848-3708.
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens
Stan Hywet welcomes students and educators to engage in a memorable and educational experience within the Manor House and surrounding gardens and grounds at a reduced rate. To be sure that your students’ needs are accommodated, or for additional information, please contact Pamela Courrier in the Group Sales Office at 330-315-3284 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please note that the Group Sales Office hours of operation are Tuesday – Friday, 10:00AM – 5:00PM.
To ensure that your visit goes well, we highly recommend that you allow at least two and a half hours for your group’s visit. Please also note:
• Advance reservations (at least two weeks in advance) are required.
• We require one form of payment per group. Please make your check payable to Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens.
• Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled tour time. This will enable your group to be greeted by our hospitality staff, divided into smaller groups for the tour and if needed, use the restroom facilities.
For more information visit www.stanhywet.org or call Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens at 330-836-5533.
Summit County Historical Society
Tuesday Musical Association
Brahms Allegro-Tuesday Musical’s Junior Music Club
Brahms Allegro Junior Music Club is for students in grades K through 12. It provides its members with the opportunity to study various aspects of music, perform for their peers and to make new friends through monthly activities. For more information visit www.tuesdaymusical.org or call Tuesday Musical Association at 330-761-3460.
Tuesday Musical Association’s scholarship program is widely recognized as one of the best in Northeastern Ohio. Since its inception in 1955, nearly 500 scholarships have been awarded with prizes ranging from $500 to $2,000.
- Scholarships are awarded in the categories of
For more information or to download scholarship information visit www.tuesdaymusical.org or call Tuesday Musical Association at 330-761-3460.
Weathervane Playhouse Theatre
Weathervane Playhouse Theatre offers Young Actor Series School Performance at a special $5 per student ticket price. For more information visit www.weathervaneplayhouse.com or call Weathervane Playhouse Theatre at 330-836-2626.
Western Reserve Public Media
Western Reserve Public Media offers many resources for education such as professional development workshops, student activities, multimedia projects and instructional television. For more information on how to access these resources visit www.westernreserevepublcmedia.org.
The Akron Area Arts Alliance is supported by: