Living Voices returns to Kansas City with a series of single actor historical plays highlighting the experiences of minority groups in history. MCHE is pleased to sponsor presentations of 4 Living Voices plays throughout the 2017-2018 school year. Each presentation will last approximately 90 minutes with introduction and Q&A.
Presentations may be booked at the Jewish Community Campus on specified dates for a small fee or scheduled at your school for $250. BUS SUBSIDIES are available for presentations scheduled at the Jewish Community Campus. See each presentation below for availability and registration information at the bottom of the page. Teaching guides are available for each presentation at www.livingvoices.org/teachguide/teachguide.html.
Schools who host a presentation are responsible for providing the following:
- Screen for projection
- Projector that can be connected to a computer
- Sound system that can be connected to a computer
- Microphone on a stand or a clip on microphone for the actor
- Stool for the performer
Free community performances of each show are scheduled at the Jewish Community Campus and at partner organizations throughout the metro area. Click here for information about those performances.
THROUGH THE EYES OF A FRIEND – MARCH 5-6, 2018
Through The Eyes of a Friend is the story of Sarah Weis (composite character), the daughter German Jews who flees to Holland when the Nazis come to power. There, Sarah becomes friends with Anne Frank. When the Nazis invade Holland. Sarah hides in a basement until she is discovered and sent to the Westerbork concentration camp. At Westerbork, Sarah and Anne are reunited, and later transported to Auschwitz.
- March 6, 2018 at 10:00 – this presentation has limited spaces available. Please contact Jessica Rockhold with questions.
- March 5, 2018 at 9:00 – this presentation time is no longer available.
- March 5, 2018 at 11:00
- March 5, 2018 at 1:30 – this presentation time is no longer available.
- March 6, 2018 at 1:00
- School groups outside of the Kansas City metro area receive priority scheduling for presentations at the Jewish Community Campus.
- Presentations at schools must be booked within an hours drive from Overland Park, Kansas.
- Students must be 7th-12th graders.
- One adult chaperone per 15 students is required. Adults do not count in the payment calculations.
- Reserved seating will be allotted based on the head count provided.
- Groups will be accepted on a space available basis.
- You will be invoiced for payment after your registration is accepted and it is determined that adequate space is available. Your reservation will be confirmed upon receipt of payment.
- Please complete separate registration forms for each date you wish to attend.
PAYMENT FOR PRESENTATIONS AT JCC
Following receipt of your application, an invoice will be generated and payment is due within one week in order to confirm your reservation.
|Up to 25 students||–||$1.00 per student|
PAYMENT FOR PRESENTATIONS AT YOUR SCHOOL
Principal funding for the Living Voices series has been provided by the Legacy Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City with additional generous grants from J-LEAD*, Louis and Frances Swinken Supporting Foundation*, and a special donation from the Norman Glazer and Jean Burstein Glazer Fund*.
*Funds of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City