FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JUNE 20, 2016 

The 2016-2017 Ogle Center
Children & Family  Series
Free programs for schools, educators, and families
The Ogle Center at Indiana University Southeast, southern Indiana's center for the performing and visual arts on the IU Southeast campus in New Albany, is pleased to announce its 2016-2017 Children & Family Series.

The Ogle Center is dedicated to delivering arts and arts activities to the school children of our area and is able to offer every seat free of charge thanks to the generosity of the series sponsors, including the Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County, the Harrison County Community Foundation, the Ogle Foundation, and Indiana University Southeast.

All performances are free, but advance registration is required. For groups of fewer than 10, free tickets are required.

Reservations/tickets can be requested online at oglecenter.com. Reservation request forms can also be obtained from the Ogle Center by calling (812) 941-2525.
The 2016-2017 Children & Family Series
STAGE ONE FAMILY THEATRE
presents

CLICK, CLACK, MOO
Cows That Type
SEPTEMBER 27, 28, 29, and 30
10 A.M. and 12 P.M.
Recommended for grades K-4
Curriculum Connections: Communication and Language Arts, Literature-Based, Music, Social Studies
The Cows, the Hen, and the Duck want better accommodations. The cows and the hen are freezing their respective hides and feathers off in the barn. Duck is bored with the lily pad and wants to spice up his pond. The animals have a barrier in communicating with Farmer Brown, but with the help of an old typewriter they set off to get what they want! This musical, based on the classic book by Doreen Cronin teaches an important lesson in working together to resolve a conflict.

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THE LOUISVILLE ORCHESTRA
presents

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CELEBRATION CONCERTS
JANUARY 18 at 10 A.M. and 11:30 A.M.
JANUARY 19 at 10 A.M.
Recommended for all ages
Curriculum Connections: History, Social Studies, Music, Arts
The Louisville Orchestra performs these concerts celebrating the spirit of Dr. King's life, leadership, and vision in music and song. The educational mission of the Orchestra is to educate, inspire and engage members of the community through concert experiences that enrich the enjoyment and understanding of symphonic music.

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IU SOUTHEAST THEATRE
presents

A MARK TWAIN STORYBOOK
FEBRUARY 23 & 24 | 10 A.M. and 12 P.M.
Recommended grades 4-6
Curriculum Connections: Communication and Language Arts, Literature-Based, Arts
A troupe of traveling actors re-tell some of Mark Twain's most popular stories in "The Celebrated Mark Twain Storybook and Musicale Review!" They cover Tom Sawyer, The Good Little Boy (and, conversely, The Bad Little Boy), The Jumping Frog, What Stumped the Bluejays, Experience of the McWilliamses with Membranous Croup, and The Prince and the Pauper. "A Mark Twain Storybook" is a vaudeville-inspired, rollicking delight.

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KENTUCKY SHAKESPEARE
presents

JULIUS CAESAR
(Abridged)
MARCH 6 & 7 | 10 A.M.
Recommended grades 6-12
Curriculum Connections: Communication and Language Arts, Literature-Based, History, Arts
Shakespeare's timeless-and timely-political drama performed with six actors in 90 minutes, the play explores the themes of fate vs. free will, public self vs. private self, inflexibility vs. compromise, misinterpretations and misreadings, rhetoric and power, with the central psychological drama of the play focusing on the struggle between the conflicting demands of honor, patriotism, and friendship.

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Ogle Center | Indiana University Southeast | (812) 941-2525 | oglemail@ius.edu  | oglecenter.com
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