ICE Field Trip Program
For Secondary and Adult Schools
Contact us today to find out if your school qualifies for a FREE field trip through the LAUSD Arts Education Branch!
or call 213-745-6516
24th STreet Theatre is offering matinee performances for Middle and High School classes during the Spring of 2019. A leader in Arts Education and 15 year partner with LAUSD, this program is in line with our one-of-a-kind Enter Stage Right program, which serves as an introduction to theatre for more than 8,000 local students each year.
ICE opened during the spring of 2018, and it was critically acclaimed and met with enthusiasm by patrons across Los Angeles. Perhaps most importantly, our large body of patrons who are immigrants found the story to be authentic and true to their own experiences.
Given the times we live in, we believe that we need to bring middle and high school students into this conversation about immigration. And given our 15 years of experience with arts education, we can empower students to examine the themes and content of ICE and simultaneously introduce them to the art form of live theatre.
The ICE field trip program includes:
a dynamic pre-trip workshop for each participating class with one of the best teaching artists in LA
a field trip to 24th STreet Theatre where students experience the play ICE
a post-show Q & A immediately following the performance with the actors, the director, and the stage manager of ICE
Some LAUSD schools may qualify for a free trip through Arts Education Branch support.
Contact us or complete this form for more information!
Dates & Times
Tuesdays - Fridays at 10:00 am
October 1st to December 6th, 2019—call us for available dates!
Immigration, The "American Dream," Spanish
Middle & High School
In Spanish & English with supertitles
This program meets California VAPA standards for grades 6-12 in audience development, thematic analysis, theatre vocabulary and more!
Written by Leon Martell, commissioned by 24th STreet Theatre
Directed by Debbie Devine
Featuring Jesús Castaños-Chima, Tony Duran, Davitt Felder