GIRL SCOUT AND BOY SCOUT TROOPS AT FIRST STAGE
First Stage offers discounted tickets, exclusive pre-show workshops, backstage tours and more for scout troops.
Before a troop’s trip to a First Stage performance, scouts can participate in a 45-minute pre-show workshop led by professional First Stage Teaching Artists. Scouts and leaders will explore the themes of the play through dynamic theater exercises and interactive activities. Workshops are held at the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center. Workshops are offered as enrichment to the performance, and are not available without ticket purchase. Scouts will attend an afternoon performance shortly after the workshop at the Todd Wehr Theater in the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.
For more information about our Scout Troop opportunities at First Stage contact us at (414) 267-2978 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FIRST STAGE IS A COMMUNITY PARTNER WITH THE GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN
WORKSHOP AND SHOW EXPERIENCE
Enjoy an afternoon of theater experiences! Bring your troop to the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center for a pre-show workshop in our theater classrooms, followed by a performance at the Todd Wehr Theater. Space is limited to 90 Girl Scouts.
- ROBIN HOOD: Girls to the Rescue!
Sunday, March 5, 2017: Workshop at 2:00 p.m., Performance at 3:30 p.m.
- JUNIE B. JONES IS NOT A CROOK: Friends, Family and FUN!
Sunday, May 7, 2017: Workshop at 11:30 a.m., Performance at 1:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 7, 2017: Workshop at 2:00 p.m., Performance at 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $26 per Girl Scout (includes performance ticket, workshop, Theater patch and First Stage patch); $15 per chaperone (includes performance ticket). Participation in the workshop and performance experience will earn each girl a Theater Patch and a special First Stage badge.
To reserve your workshop and performance, contact our Education Administrator at (414) 267-2978 or email email@example.com.
**SOLD OUT** WORLD THINKING DAY **SOLD OUT**
Sunday, February 19, 2017; 2:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Milwaukee Youth Arts Center
Join us for an afternoon of storytelling, theater games and cultural exploration across the world. Girl Scouts will discover life through others' perspective and work to create their own storytelling experience as they find connections across cultures and countries.
Cost: $15 per Girl Scout (Includes workshop, World Thinking Day Patch and First Stage Patch.) Participation in the workshop experience will earn each girl a World Thinking Day Patch. THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT
Saturday, March 18, 2017; 12:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Milwaukee Youth Arts Center
Brownies can complete their Journey: It's Your Story - Tell It!
badge with First Stage. Through a variety of theater exercises, scene work and storytelling activities, Girl Scouts will imagine, interact and reflect upon their experiences, share their own unique stories with each other, and discover how they can inspire change to help other girls in their community. First Stage will prepare your troop and Troop Leaders with comprehensive lesson plans and ideas to complete the final Take Action project.
Cost: $30 per Girl Scout (includes workshop, Journey patch, First Stage patch and snack). Participation in the workshop experience will earn each girl a World of Girls patch set. Space is limited to 90 Girl Scouts.
To make reservations, contact First Stage at (414) 267-2978 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CREATE YOUR OWN FIRST STAGE SCOUT EXPERIENCE:
Bully Busters, Intro to Acting, Daisy Journeys and more!
Contact First Stage to begin planning a Theater Workshop to either help your Scouts meet the requirements of a specific badge or just for fun! Teaching Artists can travel to you or space can be reserved at the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center (additional fees applied).
Through Theater for Social Change, Girl Scouts will identify tactics in problem solving and practice positive conflict resolution. The Bully Buster is tailored for the age of the scouts, and is customizable to address the specific needs of the scouts' community. Scouts will develop creative and practical solutions to problems, understand the points of view of others, and inspire others to make respectful and positive choices through example.