Project STAGE (Students Through Acting Gain Education) is Weathervane's program of school-day, live theatrical performances to awaken, enliven and challenge the minds of students. Thanks to the support of the Sisler McFawn Foundation, OMNOVA Solutions Foundation and the Ohio Arts Council, we are able to offer tickets to daytime performances at the rate of $6 per student! This offer is available to school, scouts, summer camps and child care facilities. We hope you and your students can join us for one of this season's performances:
Appropriate for ages 10 and older
Tuesday, March 1, 2016, at 10 a.m.
Tickets: $6 per student/teacher
Call our Box Office for tickets or information: 330-836-2626
After School Programs
How does it work?
What does it cost?
What is provided?
Weathervane provides standards-aligned curriculum
Weathervane provides all class materials
Weathervane provides trained instructors
Weathervane provides background checks for every instructor
How are costs covered?
If you charge each student $5 per class you will break even with 15 students enrolled.
If you charge each student $10 per class you will break even with 8 students enrolled, and make a profit of $105 per class at full enrollment.
Intro to Theatre & Acting
Weathervane’s Introduction to Theatre & Acting curriculum introduces students to performing on stage. This class covers theatre vocabulary, performance techniques and preparation exercises. Students will share what they have learned through a performance for friends, family and/or peers at the end of this series!
Dance for the Actor
Movement for the Actor
And much, much more!
Around the World
Using games, hands on activities and traditional crafts and music from other countries, Weathervane’s Around the World curriculum studies the lives and cultures of nations on every continent!
Native Americans in the United States
Using theatre games, hands on activities and lots of imagination, Weathervane’s Time Traveler curriculum studies subjects and periods throughout history.
Lessons available: 1st – 3rd grade
What is a timeline?
Prehistory (Dinosaurs & fossils)
Pirates (Fun facts)
Ancient China (Traditional children’s games)
Ancient Rome (Innovations)
Knights & Princesses (Etiquette)
Lessons available: 4th – 6th grade
What is a timeline?
The Dangers of Time Travel (Theories)
The Origins of Storytelling (Story structure)
Ancient Greek Theatre (550 to 220 B.C.)
Masquerade (15th Century)
Shakespeare (16th Century)
Ancient Egypt (3100 B.C. to 30 B.C.)
Ireland (17th Century)
Going into the Future
Superhero Training Camp
What kind of Superhero will you be? Weathervane offers a character class on the superhero creation. Design your own mask and cape! Solve a mystery! Defeat obstacles with your superpowers in challenges! Create comic book pages!
What does it really take to be SUPER? Find out in Superhero Training Camp!
Theatre is a Team Sport
Using cooperative activities and games, Weathervane’s Theatre is a Team Sport curriculum teaches students the three C’s: communication, collaboration, and cooperation. Students work on mutual respect, listening skills, active focus, and learn the advantages of teamwork!