Óyeme, the Beautiful
Please select the trips that you would like to attend this spring. (Reminder: The Collaborative is implementing a lottery based system and will assign trips equitably based on a random lottery assignment.) NOTE: Select only the dates that align with your school's schedule. The DC Collaborative team will be assigning them and booking transportation right away.

Due to the high demand, please limit your choices to your top preferences that best match your curricular goals. For more information on the individual trips, you may refer to the Arts and Humanities for Every Student online catalogue and feature pages, which outlines program descriptions as well as information on grade levels, curriculum connections and prep materials.

Presented by: Imagination Stage
Laura and Valentina are teenagers just trying to make it through another day in middle school. However, unlike many of their peers, they are refugees from Central America who have fled brutal violence in their home countries to find shelter and pursue their dreams in the United States. Step inside their shoes, hear their stories, see their struggle, and feel their strength as we move through their day. Óyeme, the Beautiful brings to light the undaunted courage and beautiful spirit that fuels these young people, and teaches us the power of friendship, family, and hope.
Date: 4/12, 4/13
Time: 10:00, and 12:00
Length of Event: 75 minutes
Location: Dance Loft on 14, 4618 14TH St NW, 20011
Discipline: Theatre
Curriculum Connections: English/ Language Arts, Civics
Grades: 9th-12th

Limited Availability: 16 seats on 4/12 at 10AM; 33 seats on 4/12 at 12PM; 44 seats on 4/13 at 10AM

Note: Performances are followed by a 30-minute audience workshop led by an Imagination Stage teaching artist. Performance and workshop running time is 75 minutes.

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