Box office hours are 2-6 p.m.
during run of a show.
To help schools meet the challenges imposed by social-distancing and remote instruction, Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble’s Theatre in the Classroom is creating work that can streamed into schools and student’s homes. Virtual TIC combines live introductions and question and answer sessions with pre-recorded content to create unique, rich learning experiences based on time-tested TIC programs.
In 2021, two programs will be available from BTE’s Virtual Theatre in the Classroom.
Ancient Thunder presents the exciting world of Greek mythology, introducing students to stories that have influenced history and world culture for the last 2500 years. Available in January. 2021.
An uplifting collection of stories, songs, and first-person narratives woven together to illustrate life in the coal mine patch of Eastern Pennsylvania. Hear the thunder of underground explosions and voices emerging from the clatter of the coal breakers. Students will be moved by the struggles of their ancestors and proud of the spirit they inherited. Available in March 2021.
Complete information about how to bring a TIC performance to your school is available by contacting BTE School Programs Director Paula Henry.
Ms. Henry can be reached via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 570-458-4075.
TIC shows are original works presented in an animated story-theatre style featuring imaginative props, costumes, music, and student participation followed by a lively post-performance discussion.
Over its 40 year history TIC shows have covered a wide variety of topics including inventors and their inventions, ancient myths, space travel, history, adaptations of world folk literature and more! Two generations of teachers have found the shows to be a tool for curriculum enhancement and a unique opportunity for students to discover the world from other perspectives.
The BTE Theatre School provides a wide range of classes for children of all ages that help develop creativity and confidence.
To learn more, visit the Theatre School page.
BTE's Project Discovery allows area students to see plays free of charge as part of their high school education.
To learn more, visit the Project Discovery page.