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 S*T*A*R Series

S*T*A*R Series is sponsored by The DeMatteis Family Foundation

To view our 2013-2014 Education Brochure
and learn more about the Kravis Center S*T*A*R  Series,
Click Here and turn to page 4.

THE VELVETEEN RABBIT / Tuesday, October 29 at 10:30 am in Dreyfoos Hall


Tuesday, October 29 at 10:30 am in Dreyfoos Halls
SUGGESTED CURRICULA: Language Arts, Music, Theatre
NGSSS and COMMON CORE: RL.2.2, MU.K.O.1.1, TH.K.C.2.1, TH.K.C.3.2,
TH.K.H.3.1, TH.K.S.1.1, TH.1.C.3.1, TH.2.C.1.2, TH.2.O.2.1, TH.2.S.1.1

 INITIAL TEACHER TICKET SALE DATE: Saturday, September 7, 2013

 “What is Real? When a child loves you for a long, long time, not just to play with, but REALLY loves you, then you become Real.” The  power of play and childhood fancy,  the pure  light of unconditional love – these timeless forces illuminate our  faithful rendering of Margery Williams’ tale of friendship and  the  passing of time.  A lovely score and detailed period costumes will transport your audience back to the beginning of the last century. There they will experience a particular innocence and wisdom that have much to say to our present culture of instant gratification and disposable friends.

About The Series

From its inception, the Kravis Center has focused on the idea of making the performing arts a part of the lives of every member of the community. The goal of building broad-based appreciation and support for the arts can best be achieved by nurturing young  peoples’ innate connection to art and by providing maximum accessibility. In keeping with that goal, the Kravis Center brings classroom curriculum to life for tens of thousands of local students each year through the S*T*A*R Series, offering the most current, challenging and artistically diverse young people’s programming. The educational value of the shows is further enhanced through comprehensive study guides that we supply to students and teachers (available for most performances) incorporating standards that address skills tested on FCAT. An Admission Waiver Program– Sponsored by The Rusty Staub Foundation – assures that no student will be denied admission due to economic need.

Persson Hall - 200
Rinker Playhouse - 280

Gosman Amphitheatre - 1,400 
Dreyfoos Hall - 2,195 



The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and the School District of Palm Beach County are members of the Partners in Education program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Selected because of their demonstrated commitment to the improvement of education in and through the arts, the partnership team participates in collaborative efforts to make the arts integral to education.

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