Meet Chloeby Cameron Grant
It’s another day of online history class. Chloe is working with her group on a research project about John Graves Simcoe, but she discovers another historical figure that she is much more interested in learning about, someone who even shares the same first name: Chloe Cooley, an enslaved woman who lived in Niagara-on-the-Lake in the 1760’s.
Can Chloe convince her teacher, and her project partners, to switch their topic to Cooley’s story weeks before the project is due?
Meet Chloe explores the challenges Black students face in the education system and the lack of Black curriculum content in the study of Canadian History.
For Grades 7 to 10
Digitally Touring Schools
November 15, 2021 to May 13, 2022
Each school that books Meet Chloe will receive a school-specific online folder including the film and a study guide with exercises created specifically for the show. The folder can be accessed by the whole school for an entire month.
Each booking also include arts education workshops for two classrooms, to be delivered virtually. Additional workshops can be booked for $50 per classroom.
Meet Chloe cost – $450.00 + hst
Cameron Grant - Playwright
Marcel Stewart - Director
Sara Allison - Stage Manager
Sara Allison is a local St. Catharines stage manager, proud to be part of the Carousel Players team that continues to bring theatre to young audiences. Carousel Players credits include: HBD2Me, Lig & Bittle, Water Wonder, Whole World, and Hare & Tortoise. Recent credits elsewhere: Lunenburg(Lighthouse/ Showboat Festival Theatre), Fair & Square(Bluewater Summer Playhouse), Becoming Dr. Ruth(Harold Green Jewish Theatre Co.), Bad Jews(The Segal Centre/ Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company), Fair & Square(Lighthouse Festival Theatre), Master Harold and the Boys, Dracula, Chitra, Me and My Girl(Shaw Festival). Thank you to my family and friends for being part of my theatre journey!