On January 28, 1986, the world watched in shock as the space shuttle Challenger exploded less than two minutes after its launch, killing all of its crew. Among them: high school teacher Christa McAuliffe, who had been chosen from more than 11,000 applicants to participate in the NASA Teacher in Space Project.
Journey through Christa’s life in this multi-media immersive living history performance, suitable for all ages. Discover the true story behind the incredible teacher, the American pioneer, and the internationally recognized heroine in a program made possible due to the generosity of the Bob Jolly Charitable Trust. The performance has been approved by the McAuliffe and Corrigan Families.
This program is suitable for all ages; families are welcome to attend.
History At Play
History At Play was founded in 2010 by Artistic Director Judith Kalaora. Offering solo and ensemble programs with an emphasis on women’s history, H.A.P. is woman-owned and operated, with a commitment to employ artists from the region. Kalaora is a professional educator, writer and living historian. She graduated from Syracuse University and completed the Globe Education Program at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre of London, England.
Rails to Rockets: A Series
This spring and summer we’ll commemorate two milestone anniversaries—the creation of a transcontinental railroad (150 years ago) and the moon landing (50 years ago)—that connected us, moved us, and broadened our horizons. Purchase series ticket and save! Single tickets are $10 per program or $20 for the three-part series. See all programs in the series.