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Act One’s Rural Field Trip Program

    Many rural schools cannot travel great distances to see high-quality, live performances in our metro cities. Act One believes that rural students deserve wonderful arts experiences, too! Act One’s mission is to provide access to the arts to all of Arizona’s students, so this year we created…the Act One Rural Field Trip Program!
    We started in the hometown of our Field Trip Manager, Susan Collins. Kingman is in the northwest corner of Arizona, just south of the Grand Canyon and Lake Mead. Act One is working with local sponsors and arts and cultural partners to bring quality arts education experiences directly to Kingman students. We will provide shows for students in Kingman schools and a workshop experience for high school students presented by professional artists.

Are you interested in having Act One bring performances to your rural community? Let’s talk! Email us at fieldtrips@act1az.org for more details.

Here’s what you need:
  • A venue where a production can take place (auditorium, gymnasium, or multi-purpose room),
  • a list of 2-5 local businesses or foundations that would accept a proposal for sponsorship.
  • An idea of the type of art or cultural experience you would like to have presented

Thank you to our Kingman Field Trip Sponsors

Angle Homes is sponsoring Childsplay theater to bring a professional performance of Tomas and the Library Lady to elementary students in Kingman, AZ. The performance will take place at Kingman High School on February 6, 2023. Childsplay will also provide workshops for the KHS drama and technical theatre students.

Kingman Regional Medical Center, Community Benefit Program is sponsoring the Utah Shakespeare Festival to bring a fresh interpretation of Othello to secondary students in Kingman, AZ. The performance will take place during the school day at Lee Williams High School on February 21, 2023. USF will also provide workshops for the drama and technical theatre students at LWHS.

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