Lamplighters Education Programs
The experience of live musical performance expands students’ comprehension skills, and draws them into a rich, structured conversation about the world of the play. Learning and
performing alongside professional singers, your students will…
Explore the clever use of English language word play, rich vocabulary, and story themes of timeless classics,
See how Gilbert & Sullivan’s works became the foundation
of today’s musicals,
Discover why TV shows such as The Simpsons, Family Guy and Star Trek still use this brilliant, funny and relevant material today,
Learn and practice music theatre skills in singing, acting,
Engage, understand ... and have fun!
“A fun, informative assembly –
something out of the ordinary. Students loved it!” – Elementary School Teacher
“My favorite part was when you sang all the funny songs and included the students in them. It was super fun to be in the chorus.” - student chorus member
All of our programs align with the State of California’s Visual & Performing Arts Framework and Common Core Standards. Our programs incorporate preparatory and in-class
materials, including topics for discussion, historical & cultural
information on Gilbert & Sullivan, and an activity section.
A specially designed assembly for students of all ages, elementary through high school. The experience of live musical performance will expand your students’ comprehension skills, and draw them into a rich, structured conversation about the role that speaking and listening play in acquiring and sharing knowledge. More information.
Students will learn how a musical is put together from auditions and rehearsals to costumes and performances.
Explore the “Topsy-Turvy” world of rollicking pirates, damsels in distress, and modern major generals! Daily classes and rehearsals will emphasize singing, acting, and stage movement. The program culminates in a fully staged and costumed performance of scenes from the Gilbert & Sullivan repertoire. More information
A community choir led by the Lamplighters that focuses on Gilbert & Sullian classics and lesser-known works. More information
Want to learn more?
Be our guest at a Lamplighters performance, for free!
Full-time K-12 educators are invited to our Education Appreciation Nights. Take a sneak peek at the final dress
rehearsal before opening night of our mainstage season
productions, meet our teaching artists, and get more information on our education programs. Please call our main office at
415-227-4797, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us online at lamplighters.org for details and upcoming dates.