Date: February 22 & 23
Time: 10AM & 12:30PM
Venue: Victoria Theater
Price: $8 per person
Grades: 4 – 8
Performing Arts Focus: Theater
Curriculum: English Language Arts, Music, Social Studies, Social and Emotional Development, Theater

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Keep Marching: The Road to the March On Washington is a new play with music by Mad River Theater Works, crafted for 4th grade and up. Bringing collected oral history to life, the one-act play explores the historic 1963 March On Washington. Revered as the day that Martin Luther King, Jr. made his famous “I Have A Dream” speech, the event was a shining moment in the progression of equality in America, as well as a pivotal action in the Civil Rights movement. Keep Marching brings to life many iconic figures including Martin Luther King, Jr., Bayard Rustin and John Lewis.

Produced by Mad River Theater Works

*You can request more than one performance from the order form.


Generous support provided by The Joan and Allen Bildner Family Fund, Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc., The Arts Education Endowment Fund in honor of Raymond C. Chambers, Jennifer A. Chalsty, Judy and Stewart Colton, Toby and Leon Cooperman, Mimi and Edwin Feliciano, The Izzo Family, Don Katz & Leslie Larson, McCrane Foundation, Inc., care of Margrit McCrane, The MCJ Amelior Foundation, Albert+ and Katharine Merck+, David & Marian Rocker, Steven and Beverly Rubenstein Charitable Foundation, The Sagner Companies/The Sagner Family Foundation, The John Strangfeld and Mary Kay Strangfeld Foundation, and an anonymous donor