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    Cultural Experience Education Directory

    Welcome to the Cultural Experience Directory for Student Ticket Subsidy!

    Student Ticket Subsidy provides funds to public school students for arts and cultural events. The Community Foundation identifies area artists and arts organizations to create the Cultural Experience Directory. These artists and arts organizations provide performances, demonstrations, and/or exhibits offered as field trips or in-school performances appropriate for public school students.

    Tennessee Arts CommissionStudent Ticket Subsidy is a program funded by the Tennessee General Assembly and administered in cooperation with the Tennessee Arts Commission and The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.


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    A Wild Goose Chase!
    Organization: Wild Goose Chase Theater
    Contact Info: Matt Sandbank
    Phone: (505) 816-8379
    Email: wildgoosechasetheater@gmail.com

    Poetry springs hilariously to life in this shadow puppetry program. Each of the verses and vignettes in this interactive show teaches a key poetic element, such as rhythm, rhyme, imagery, or narrative

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    A Year With Frog And Toad
    Organization: Renaissance Center
    Contact Info: Laura Jackson
    Phone: 888-700-2300
    Email: laura.jackson@rcenter.org

    This musical remains true to the spirit of the original stories as it follows two great friends, the cheerful frog and the grumpy toad, through four fun-filled seasons.

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    Aesop's Fables
    Organization: Tennessee Theater Company
    Contact Info: Linda Thornton
    Phone: 615-264-8999
    Email: TnTheatreCompany@aol.com

    “Aesop’s Fables” is a fast paced theatrical production for elementary students. The play teaches about Aesop’s life, fables and morals, while presenting several timeless stories. This live interactive program between actors and students complements English/Language Arts, (more)


    African Musical Express: From Africa to the Americas
    Organization: Richard Graham Productions
    Contact Info: Richard Graham
    Phone: 901-324-7898
    Email: rgrahamproductions@yahoo.com

    The African Musical Express is a living musical newspaper that traces the cultural history of African peoples. During this interactive presentation, students will travel from the great civilizations of Mali, Benen, Kongo, and Zimbabwe, through the tragedy of the Atlantic slave trade, and finally (more)


    All Around The World
    Organization: Rachel Sumner
    Contact Info: Rachel Sumner
    Phone: 615-646-3220
    Email: rachel@rachelsumner.com

    This participatory multi-lingual concert designed to excite students about languages and other cultures. Students will learn songs in Spanish, Kurdish, Chinese, and more including songs in sign language. A study guide is provided with pre and post concert lessons. An instructional video, (more)


    An Ire-ish Tale
    Organization: Artistree / Wood & Strings Theatre
    Contact Info: Clarissa Lega
    Phone: 931-729-9911
    Email: clarissa@woodandstrings.net

    In wild romp and stomp during an elfin visit, two silly people show how three wishes in the wrong hands can create hilarious havoc. They learn lessons about greed they shall not forget. This wonderfully slapstick production is performed by outlandish larger-than-life body puppets and elaborate (more)


    Ananse! Early in the Day
    Organization: Artistree / Wood & Strings Theatre
    Contact Info: Clarissa Lega
    Phone: 931-729-9911
    Email: clarissa@woodandstrings.net

    Ananse the trickster spider and vibrant characters fill the stage with West African folktales and legends from the beginning of time. Traditional characters inspired from West African folklore and art, witness the beginning of time, when animals, people and life are new. Comical adventures, (more)


    Anne Frank
    Organization: Nashville Ballet
    Contact Info: Catherine Ratliff
    Phone: 297-2966 ext. 17
    Email: cratliff@nashvilleballet.com

    Based on the book Diary of a Young Girl, Anne Frank, this unique, advanced level ballet utilizes an actual historical event captured in biographical prose to promote a much deeper understanding of the use of ballet to not only tell a story artistically, but to creatively convey emotions, create (more)


    Backwoods' Ramblin'
    Organization: Artistree / Wood & Strings Theatre
    Contact Info: Clarissa Lega
    Phone: 931-729-9911
    Email: clarissa@woodandstrings.net

    Appalachian tall tales told by whimsical Grandpa Will take the audience back to the old timey days. This detailed marionette production is complete with hill country cabin and an old hound dog.

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    Barbara Bailey Hutchison Unlimited!
    Organization: Barbara Bailey Hutchison
    Contact Info: Chris Dallas
    Phone: 615-202-0281
    Email: ChrisDallas3@gmail.com

    This is a dance in your seat, clap your hands, sing-a-long, interactive event. With subtle lessons in math, science, and language arts, there is an emphasis on the importance of reading and the fun of going to the library.

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    Beauty and The Beast
    Organization: South Jackson Civic Association
    Contact Info: Fran Gray
    Phone: 931-455-5321
    Email: sojack@lighttube.net

    What beauty you will find in unexpected places when Birmingham Children's Theatre presents Beauty and the Beast! This enchanted musical tale of a magic castle, a beautiful maiden and a hideous beast teaches CHARACTER and LIFE SKILLS through the story's moral of not making judgments based solely (more)


    Believing in the Magic of Christmas
    Organization: Dee Kimbrell
    Contact Info: Dee Kimbrell
    Phone: 615-497-4066
    Email: mindfast2@comcast.net

    Combining personal tales, Santa's noisy Christmas, Mr. Willoughby's Christmas Tree and The Polar Express, Dee brings the magic of the holiday season into your school or classroom. This collection of Christmas stories are teacher reviewed and recommended to usher in the true spirit of the (more)


    Bell Witch Story
    Organization: Tennessee Theater Company
    Contact Info: Linda Thornton
    Phone: 615-264-8999
    Email: TnTheatreCompany@aol.com

    The Bell Witch Story film screening is appropriate for middle and high school students. The project was filmed in Middle Tennessee. It is a dramatization based on the famous events that happened to the John Bell family in Adams, Tennessee between 1817 and 1821. The legend is part of Tennessee (more)


    Borreguita and the Coyote
    Organization: Nashville Ballet
    Contact Info: Catherine Ratliff
    Phone: 297-2966 ext. 17
    Email: cratliff@nashvilleballet.com

    This ballet based on a Mexican folktale tells the story of a clever little lamb outwitting a hungry coyote. In this comic ballet dancers become live drawings, and objects like the moon and the mountain spring to life to the beat of Spanish guitars.

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    Bud, Not Buddy
    Organization: Nashville Children's Theatre
    Contact Info: Lorna Turner
    Phone: 615-252-4662
    Email: lturner@nashvillechildrenstheatre.org

    Bud Caldwell’s Rules for Having a Funner Life Number 328: When you make up your mind to do something, hurry up and do it. If you wait you might talk yourself out of what you wanted in the first place. Bud – and that’s Bud, not Buddy – a ten-year-old African-American boy (more)


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