New Stage Theatre Announces Arts-in-Education Virtual Productions for Streaming in Classrooms

New Stage Theatre, a professional theatre located in Jackson, Mississippi, announces virtual productions for its statewide Arts-in-Education program available to schools, libraries, and community centers during the winter and spring of 2021. New Stage is offering the productions to schools and communities for $35/classroom or $250/school. A comprehensive study guide for teachers is provided prior to the performance.

This season, New Stage will present Who Are You Calling Ugly? A Modern Duck Tale, If Not Us, Then Who? Freedom Rides to Freedom Summer, Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Andrea & the Lion: A Gratitude Story, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Debate for Democracy as virtual productions. All six shows will be available for Mississippi schools via secure links.

Various virtual workshops for students and teachers are available with or without a performance, as well. Past workshops have included Creative Drama, Basic Acting, Stand Up with Shakespeare, Dramatizing Stories, Playwriting 101, and Stage Combat. Teacher Workshops are available for schools as professional development as well.

Check out our website for more detailed information about these dynamic productions

For more information or to schedule a production or workshop please contact Education Director Sharon Miles at 601-948-3533 ext. 232 or 601-467-5333 or