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SF Mime Troupe "Schooled"

Sunday, August 07, 2016
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Event Type:
Lawrence Helman
(415) 661- 1260
Location Details:
UCSC - Porter College Quad 
1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, 95064

August 6 & 7 (Saturday & Sunday), 2:30 PM
SF Mime Troupe "Schooled"
at UCSC - Porter College Quad
1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, 95064
*Bring your beach chair or blanket.
FREE Theater / Donations Appreciated

The play, "Schooled" deals with the Education system and it’s a musical!

The SF Mime Troupe is CA born and bread.
This is the 57th season for the Tony Award-winning Theatre Company.

Education. It’s like the weather: everyone has an opinion but nobody does anything about it. That’s how Lavinia Jones feels about her son Thomas’ new school, Eleanor Roosevelt High. Decades of funding cuts have resulted in old textbooks, crumbling classrooms, and underpaid teachers, making Roosevelt exactly the sort of public school that has failed students time and time again. Isn't it time for something… efficient? And efficient is exactly what Fredersen Babbit, from Learning Academy for Virtual Achievement (LAVA Corp.), promises to bring to the district. New Technology, remote learning, computer-generated teachers –LAVA promises to put the “virtual” in achievement! But with kids learning from home, do we need all these empty schools? And with privatization on the line, a Wall Street heavy hitter on one side and a feisty octogenarian teacher Ethel Orocuru on the other, suddenly the next School Board election is more about a hidden agenda than the open curriculum. Are schools the last chance for democracy, or is education the next frontier for profit? Can we trust a politician’s public/private plan to replace an out-of-date system, or is there something even more sinister than privatization going on behind the doors of LAVA? And wait - when did the hall monitors start wearing brown shirts and arm bands? When it comes to the real plan for the future of education – and of our democracy - are we all about to get... Schooled?

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