Every show is evaluated by our Educational Advisory committtee to determine the curriculum connections in the play. These are listed on the show pages.
Carousel Players works closely with Brock University’s Education Department to create study guides that correspond with each play. Students in Brock’s Faculty of Teacher Education create age-appropriate activities for students that follow the Ontario Curriculum. Study guides can be downloaded here.
Parents play an important role in bringing Carousel plays to their child’s school, from encouraging administrators to book to helping to fundraise to cover the cost of the performance ($600 per school for up to 250 children).
For inquiries, contact Lauren Hundert at 905-682-8326 ext. 22 or via email at .
Yes! Carousel Players runs after school drama classes at schools across Niagara. If you would like our program to come to your school, you can contact our Arts Education Coordinator at email@example.com.
We will also offer a full-day PD Day camp on November 15th in partnership with the Niagara Symphony Orchestra. In March 2020, we will offer our second March Break Camp for grades JK – 6. Registration is open for both of these programs.
Each year we offer Summer Theatre School day camps for children between the ages of 5 – 13 in July and August.
Our plays are created with elementary school students in mind, with more specific ages during specific times of the year. Generally our winter tour is for grades 4-8, and the spring tour is for JK to 3.
Tickets to Carousel Players Community Tour performances are $10 for children and $15 for adults. When we partner with other companies, prices may vary.
During the winter tour, there is one free performance – the Debra McLauchlan Memorial show. In the spring tour there is a Pay-What-You-Can benefit performance for the AFC. The location for both of these seasonal events changes annually.