A Crack in the Sky: From Somalia to the U.S.A.

Thursday, February 15, 2018Wednesday, March 22, 2017
10:00 am

History Theatre

30 E 10th St
Saint Paul, MN 55101

Student Matinees:
Thursday, February 15, 2018 • 10am
Thursday, February 22, 2018 • 10am

1984. A young shepherd boy stands in front of his mother to tell her of the decision he has made in the night. He has had enough of the nomadic life, of herding goats and sheep, and is leaving to seek out a better life. With that, he sets off on an adventure that takes him on the road less traveled from Somalia to Minnesota. It’s the epic tale of Ahmed Ismail Yusuf who, inspired by Maya Angelou, discovers the power of the written word.

World Premiere Drama
By Harrison David Rivers and Ahmed Ismail Yusuf
Directed by Faye Price

For more information, visit historytheatre.com/2017-2018/crack-in-the-sky

History Theatre provides 4th–12th grade education groups with a unique opportunity to explore history, social issues, and professional contemporary theatre through engaging live performances and educational resources. History Theatre artists bring the stories to life on stage while History Theatre staff provide the supporting materials that help educators bring the connections to life in the classroom. Educators are encouraged to use the Theatre Etiquette Guide (PDF) to prepare students for their visit to a live performance.

Target grade level: for 4th–12th grade

Both individual homeschool families and homeschool groups may order school group rate theatre tickets to school matinees.

Cost per child/student: $10
Cost per adult/educator: $10

Reservations: Contact Craig Cerrato, Group Sales Manager, at 651-292-4320 or groups(at)historytheatre.com

Payment and seating priority: For weekday matinees, groups will be seated together in the best possible seating available at the time when final payment is received.

For more information, contact Craig Cerrato, Group Sales Manager, at 651-292-4320 or groups(at)historytheatre.com or visit the “Student Groups” and “Learning Resources” sections at historytheatre.com/box-office/groups.

 


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