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Streaming on Demand February 28 - March 18, 2022  |  Streaming Event Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad Streaming Performance for Schools

Event Description

Produced by Virginia Repertory Theatre

This stirring drama with music is a classic tribute to the great American who freed herself and hundreds of others from the bonds of slavery. Her courage helped to change the world. Share her adventurous life with your students in this accurate and deeply moving musical history lesson.
Books and Lyrics by Douglas Jones
Music by Ron Barnett
Recommended for grades: 3-8
Content available to stream on-demand at a time of your choosing from February 28-March 18, 2022. You may access content for your classroom multiple times. One registration per class required. 

Included with registration:

  • Teacher Resource Guide
  • Pre-show Classroom Connection Workshop video
  • Performance video
  • Post-show Classroom Connection Workshop video
  • Additional show content created by the company

To request a field trip, please complete the online 2021-2022 School Field Trip Order Form by clicking the “Register” button on this page. Registrations and order by phone are not accepted, but we are happy to answer your questions. For assistance in choosing the best shows for your class, please contact the Education Hotline at 216-348-7909 or schoolprograms@playhousesquare.org.


Registrations are $20 per class and may accommodate up to 30 students. If your class is larger, or if you’re registering multiple groups, please contact us for a price quote. Adult participation is free, though they must be accounted for in your reservation numbers.

Cleveland Metropolitan School District teachers: Thanks to a generous donation from the KeyBank Foundation, a limited number of free and reduced-cost tickets are available for CMSD schools and approved partnered schools (view eligibility list). Contact us at 216-348-7909 or
schoolprograms@playhousesquare.org for ordering instructions.

This student matinee performance is part of the Playhouse Square Education Department Social Justice Series.