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Aurora Learning Library


Elementary School Student Group Performances

Bring Your Class to Aurora Learning Library!

Target_09_Red_300x380Teachers, are you looking for a great way to inspire your students, but can’t find the funds you need to make it happen? Check out the Target® Field Trip Grants program. Target is working with nonprofit organizations to spread the word about Field Trip Grants. This school year, Target will award 5,000 grants of up to $700 to help fund field trips to great educational destinations—like Aurora Learning Library, for example! Want to learn more and apply for a Target Field Trip Grant? Visit Target.com/grants for details. Target will be accepting grant applications between noon CST August 1 and noon CST September 30.

If you have any questions about how to organize a fun, memorable field trip with us, call Aurora Director of Education Jaclyn Hofmann at 678.226.6226 or email education@auroratheatre.com.

Have a great school year,

Your Aurora Theatre


October 2014

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StinkyKids The Musical

Book & Lyrics by Sammy Buck
Music by Daniel S. Acquisto
Based on StinkyKids® by Britt Menzies
Commissioned and Originally Produced by Vital Theatre Company

Directed by Justin Anderson & Jaclyn Hofmann

StinkyKids The Musical is based on the award winning StinkyKids® books and characters from the creative mind of Atlanta mom Britt Menzies. Follow the misadventures of Britt, Max, Skye, Jen, Johnny and Billy as they come to life from the pages of this popular book series. These little stinkers learn to make the right choices through their childhood mistakes and live by the motto, “Always be a leader of good.” Winner of the 2012 Best Family Show by the Off Broadway Alliance.

Study Guide Coming Soon!

StinkyKids The Musical
is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials are supplied by 
Theatrical Rights Worldwide (TRW)
570 Seventh Avenue, Suite 2100, New York, NY 10018     (866)378-9758     www.theatricalrights.com


Now Booking Weekday Morning Performances in October for Student Groups

To book your group or for additional information contact:

Jaclyn Hofmann, Director of Education
678.226.6226 • education@auroratheatre.com


Co-Produced with  synchro_logo_15yrs

About Synchronicity Theatre

Synchronicity Theatre activates communities toward social change through powerful, transformative theatrical experiences. In collaboration, Synchronicity supports women artists, forges long-term and effective community partnerships and develops new works. Founded in 1997 by four women dedicated to working collaboratively to bring challenging, meaningful theatre to Atlanta audiences, we produced our first full season and incorporated as a 501(c)3 in 2000. Now in our 16th Season, Synchronicity is led by Producing Artistic Director Rachel May and Managing Director Dee Sandt. Each year we produce two plays in our Bold Voices Series and two plays in our Family Series. We present our ongoing award-winning Playmaking for Girls program with girls in the juvenile justice system. Finally, the company is committed to developing new work, primarily by female playwrights, which we do through new play commissions, ensemble-created plays, national joint world premieres and our bi-annual SheWrites competition and new play festival for female playwrights. More about Synchronicity at www.synchrotheatre.com.


What is a Co-Production?

StinkyKids The Musical is a co-production of Aurora and Synchronicity Theatres. What is a co-production? Well we’re glad you asked. A co-production (or ‘co-pro’) is when two (or more) theatres come together to share the work of creating a play, and then share it with the audiences in different geographic areas.


January–February 2015

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The Three Little Pigs

Music by George Stiles
Book & Lyrics by Anthony Drewe

Directed by Justin Anderson

Commissioned by Singapore Repertory Theatre from the Broadway composers of Honk! and Mary Poppins, this Three Little Pigs is a fresh take on the classic story with a sensational Anime pop score. When the pigpen starts to look like a real sty, Mama says it’s time to leave and build something new. Cha, Siu, and Bao watch for wolves while they use hay, sticks, and bricks to make it in a big, bad world. With some very smart things to say about home and family, it’s a curly tail not to be missed!

Study Guide Coming Soon!


Now Booking Weekday Morning Performances in January and February for Student Groups

To book your group or for additional information contact:

Jaclyn Hofmann, Director of Education
678.226.6226 • education@auroratheatre.com


Learning Library is Sponsored by

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Additional Funding Provided by

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