Student Matinees

While currently Proctors Collaborative cannot welcome the community physically to experience performances at our venues, we can help connect you (virtually) so that you can still experience the performing arts.

With a new school year, we are excited to offer teachers and students virtual programming. Learning virtually can bring more diverse and dynamic information to your classroom.

For questions about student matinees please contact Grace Janiszewski – Creative Workforce Director at gjaniszewski@proctors.org

Story Hour

October 2021 – December 2021

Platform: This digital engagement allows unlimited access to all virtual story hours via a vimeo link.   
Grades: Pre K – 6 
Curriculum: ELA, Social Studies, Culture and Diversity 
Run time: 60 minutes per episode 
Cost: FREE 

The Neighbors for Neighbors program at theREP offers a virtual Story Hour series for students in primary grades, rich with content on culture and diversity by and about the BIPOC community. This six-episode series will be helmed by professional actress and elementary school teacher, Barbara Howard. Each hour-long episode will contain two stories, read by Ms. Howard, and will have accompanying activities to immerse students in the story.  

Season 2

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El Gallo Que No Se Callaba! Curriculum Guide

Grandmother’s Dreamcatcher Curriculum Guide

Neighbors for Neighbors is sponsored by:

Virtual Student Matinees are sponsored by: