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The Ensemble Theatre Touring Education Program

 

Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
by Mildred D. Taylor
Adapted by Alice M. Gatling
Directed by Brenda  Wilson

Set in Mississippi at the height of the Depression, this is the story of one family’s struggle to maintain their integrity, pride and independence in the face of racism and social injustice.  And, too, it is Cassie’s story – Cassie Logan, an independent girl who discovers over the course of an important year why having land of their own is so crucial to the Logan family, even as she learns to draw strength from her own sense of dignity and self-respect.

2nd - 8th Grade

Pre-scheduled In-House Performances
Feb 3rd – Feb 6th @10am
Feb 8th @11am –Public Community Performance

Available for booking during the Fall & Spring

 

 

 

 

P.NOKIO: A HIP HOP MUSICAL
Book and Lyrics by Psalmayene24
Music by Nick tha 1Da
Directed by Steven J. Scott

P.NOKIO: A HIP-HOP MUSICAL is a contemporary adaptation of The Adventures of Pinocchio. G.Petto is a video game designer, and P.Nokio is one of his designs that magically comes to life. Arming P.Nokio with a sacred “Book of Rhymes,” G.Petto sends his new son to The Old School to master style, originality, and swagger.

2nd - 8th Grade
Pre scheduled-In House Run @ TET
Feb 24th  – Feb 28th @10am
Feb 29th @11am –Pubic Performance


Available for booking after Feb 24th 2019


I,Barbara Jordan
by
Celeste Bedford Walker
Directed by Eileen J. Morris

I, Barbara Jordan celebrates the remarkable life and career of the eminent Texas orator, legislator, and teacher. Tracing Barbara Jordan's journey from her childhood in Houston's Fifth Ward neighborhood through her election to the United State Congress, I Barbara Jordan introduces students to a legendary Texas politician who was a model for the power of perseverance.

Appropriate for grades 5-12

 

Available for booking during the Fall & Spring

Uncle Remus’ Br’er Rabbit
Adapted by Ensemble Theatre founder George W. Hawkins from the original Joel Chandler Harris story.
Directedy by Eileen J. Morris

A fun-packed combination of African-American folklore and American popular culture, Br’er Rabbit is family entertainment that focuses on the Golden rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."

Appropriate for Grades K-4

 

 

Rhythm & Wreaths: A Holiday Extravaganza!
A Special Ensemble Creation --Directed by Rachel Dickson

Available November 1st -  December 20th, 2019

An energizing and delightful program jam packed with all your favorite holiday hits across the decades! We guarantee to have you tapping your toes and bopping your crown as we travel through the rhythms of the holidays. Filled with music dance and holiday cheer. Hold onto your seats because were taking you up up and away!


Kinder - 8th Grade

Pre scheduled-In House Run @ TET
Dec 2nd   – Dec 6th @10am

 

To Book Now, Contact:
Florence Garvey
Tour & Education Programs Coordinator


Office: 713-807-4317
Fax: 713-520-1269
E-mail: TourEd@EnsembleHouston.com

Mainstage Tour Education Performances

Special mainstage performances are available for school groups and assisted living senior communities. These performances are usually scheduled on a Wednesday morning at 10:00am

School Girls; or The African Mean Girls Play
More Than Christmas
The Green Book
Autumn
Beatbox: A Raparetta
Respect: A Musical Journey of Women


Touring Show Prices

  • In House Single Performance • Limit 350 • $650.00
  • In House Back-to-Back Performances • Limit 350 • $800.00
  • Away Single Performance • Limit 400 • $800.00
  • Away Back to Back Performance • Limit 400 • $945.00


To Book Now, Contact:

Florence Garvey
Tour & Education Programs Coordinator

Office: 713-807-4317
Fax: 713-520-1269
E-mail: TourEd@EnsembleHouston.com