Andréa Burns stars in a one-woman comedy about a single mom in search of cute shoes, the perfect dress, and a romantic table for two at a great restaurant. Bad Dates is a charming, funny and hopeful tale of dates gone wrong and looking for Mr. Right. The Wall Street Journal said it was "miraculously contrived to turn Ms. Rebeck’s show into a poignant slice of urban life that also happens to be drop-dead funny”
Classes & Tour
The George Street Playhouse Education Department provides students of all ages with the opportunity to explore the world around them through the dramatic process: to develop creative expression; to enhance communication and creative problem solving skills; to build self -esteem; and to generate an appreciation of theatre arts as a vital force in their lives, laying the foundation for a life-long appreciation of the arts. Education Department programming includes Educational Touring Theatre, theatre classes, in-school residencies, professional development workshops, and a range of community programs.
George Street Playhouse’s Virtual Summer Academy celebrates each student’s artisticexpression; providing a fun, engaging environment to create theatre, develop friendships, and positively collaborate with others. Our classes are ideal for students with or without theatre experience and all classes are taught by professional theatre artists. All classes culminate in a Virtual Sharing with family and friends.
Classroom residencies provide imaginative, differentiated learning experiences for students. Tailored to meet the specific curricular goals of the classroom, residencies enhance literacy, expand creative expression, and cultivate collaboration. George Street Playhouse teaching artists are trained to integrate theatre practice into Social Studies, English Language Arts, and Science classrooms.
EDUCATIONAL TOURING THEATRE
Issue-oriented plays and musicals
GSP is proud to commission and produce touring theatre for young audiences. Conflict resolution, health and wellness, bullying, and character education are addressed by our touring productions. Following each performance, our post-play discussions provide excellent starting points for engaging classroom conversations that can fulfill New Jersey Student Learning Standards for the Performing Arts.