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Education

Outreach Program


2014: Our most popular educational outreach shows are available for booking now:  KEEPING MR. LINCOLN by Sandra Fenichel Asher February 18, 19, 20 and 21, AMELIA EARHART: LOST HERO by Kim McCaul Armer April 22, 23 and 24 and THE ROAD TO FREEDOM by Christine Koslosky in November by schools, retirement communities and other groups.

CLICK HERE for the full flyer, pricing, dates and times!

Any of Gretna Theatre’s “American Hero Biography Series” programs is always free to area educators and activites directors who are invited to preview our Outreach Programs for presentation in their schools or facilities whenever we present them.

Gretna Theatre’s production of KEEPING MR. LINCOLN by Sandra Fenichel Asher premiered at The Allen Theatre in Annville, PA in 2010 and has toured yearly since.

The “American Hero Biography Series” has entertained and educated over 10,000 students and seniors in the south central PA region, with THE ROAD TO FREEDOM, THE FIRST LADIES: WIVES OF THE PRESIDENTS, AMELIA EARHART: LOST HERO and KEEPING MR. LINCOLN in previous years.

To find out how this program can travel to your school, retirement community, meeting, fundraiser or other event or facility, please click the link above or contact Program Director Renee Krizan at 717-964-3322 or drop us a note.

Brian Milesi, Benjamin Zep Misek, Darren Wagner, Amy Shea in “Keeping Mr. Lincoln”

Tyrone Palmer and Valerie Long in “Amelia Earhart: Lost Hero”

Gretna Theatre’s Outreach Program is supported by THE HERSHEY COMPANY, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Capital BlueCross, Susquehanna Bank and Fulton Bank through the Pennsylvania Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) program, The Olewine Charitable Trust, The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC), the R. Jeanette & Edna Barnes Estates, The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation, The Franklin H. and Ruth L. Wells Foundation, Target and many individual donors. For information on how you can support this programming please call Roger Sands, Director of Development at 717-964-3322.