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Resource Guide Archives



Imagine and Discover

Resource Guide Archives
We invite you to download any and all of the information here to use in your classroom. Choose the material which you are reading.

IMPORTANT - We receive funding for our education programs from terrific supporters and would appreciate your feedback on our resource guides - please send our Education Director an email with your thoughts.


2015-2016 SEASON
The Crucible
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A Lesson Before Dying
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The Giver
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2014-2015 SEASON
Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
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Animal Farm
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The Mouse Trap
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2013-2014 SEASON
Turn of the Screw
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The Importance of Being Earnest
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The Devil's Arithmetic
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2012-2013 SEASON
Fahrenheit 451
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The Great Gatsby
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Walk Two Moons
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2011-2012 SEASON
The Scarlet Letter
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The Elephant Man
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A Wrinkle in Time
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2010-2011 SEASON
Antigone
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The Glass Menagerie
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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
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2009-2010 SEASON
Our Town

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Tuesdays with Morrie
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Romeo & Juliet
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2008-2009 SEASON
The Hound of the Baskervilles

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Twelve Angry Men
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The Westing Game
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2007-2008 SEASON
Inherit the Wind

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Of Mice and Men
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The Outsiders
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We hope you will take full advantage of the materials provided so that your students have fun and valuable experiences with many teachable moments.

A Word about the Lessons

Our Educator Resources include activities that we suggest you do with your class to enhance your field trip to Prime Stage. Some activities and lessons are appropriate for doing in-class before attending the play, on the bus ride to the theatre, and after you come home.

The lessons, which have been designed by fellow teachers and our Education Director, meet PA Humanities and National Standards for Arts Education. Please let us know which sections are most helpful as you prepare your students for a field trip to Prime Stage.


Our Education Programs are funded in part by:

The Grable FoundationAmerican Eagle Outfitters, The Laurel Foundation, Macy's, PNC Charitable Trust, Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation, Henry C. Frick Educational Fund of The Buhl Foundation 

Prime Stage Theatre is eligible to receive EITC Funding. You can support our education programs and make sure students see theatre and read - click here.