Field Trip Information

TheaterWorks is hosting field trip dates for 2023-2024.


Field Trip Offerings:

The Fir Tree

The play The Fir Tree is about a little tree growing in the forest. The tree sees the big grown-up fir trees being cut down and taken away. The tree eventually finds out that trees are sometimes grown so that their wood can become things like buildings, instruments, and even books!

Date: Multiple Dates in December (Please see this google form for available dates)

Something Rotten

A musical extravaganza you didn’t know you needed! Not content to let William Shakespeare get all the attention, the conniving but clueless Bottom brothers hatch a plan to cook up the next big stage hit. After an ill-advised trip to see Nostradamus’s food-obsessed nephew, they risk everything to produce what they believe will be the show of the future: the musical! Combining everything you love about Broadway—big dance numbers, bold costumes, and eye-rolling off-stage antics! (For 9th-12th graders)

Date: 02/08/24 @ 10am

Dr. Seuss with Magic

Following the Dr. Seuss tales you know and love, this show brings the classic stories to the stage with a little bit of flare (and well of course, magic).

Dates: 02/29/24 @ 9am & 11am and 03/01/24 @ 9am & 11am

Sondheim: A Musical Sondheim Review

This review highlights the great Stephen Sondheim, who is widely acknowledged as the most innovative, influential, and important composer and lyricist in modern Broadway history. For more than 50 years, he has set an unsurpassed standard of brilliance and artistic integrity in musical theatre. His accolades include an Academy Award, eight Tony Awards (more than any other composer) including the Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre, multiple Grammy Awards, multiple Drama Desk awards and a Pulitzer Prize.

Date: 04/04/24 @ 10am

Please fill out this google form to book your field trip today!

If you need any assistance or have questions then please contact our Education Director, Thomas Underdal at or call him at (623) 398-6780

To book, call or email Education Director Thomas at or 623.398.6780.

About Theater Works School Programs

Educators searching for arts integration programming that meets Common Core Standards are only a phone call away from affordable community resources.

Theater Works designs many of its productions with classroom integration in mind – from performances timed specifically so classrooms can attend during the school day, to study guides that teachers can download and present to their classrooms before the show and follow-up materials for student discussions after the performance.

Some productions offer teacher and student edition study guides that cover such subjects as the history of the shows to Vocabulary lessons for words found throughout the performances (fill in the blank and crossword puzzles, to information on the theatrical process and questions from the text of the play.

Both adults and youth learn best through participation and direct involvement. Using these materials teachers can help students gain an appreciation for theatre not just as a form of art but also English, History, Science, Math and other topics imperative to their social well-being.

These programs are developed so we can work together with educators to transform young people and communities through theatre arts.

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