Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Very Last Green Thing

Journey to a classroom in the year 2413 where a group of students is raised and taught by an android. On a rare field trip “outside,” a shy and obedient child named Amy unexpectedly discovers the very last green thing on Earth. Soon she must confront the truth and make important choices as the secrets of the past are uncovered. HEC-TV Live! is thrilled to collaborate with Opera Theatre of St. Louis for this Special Event in our Inside the Artist’s Studio series. View this archive of a live performance of an opera written specifically for young people and performed by a cast of young people. To find a more detailed program description, program objectives, related national curriculum standards, pre-program learning activities, and post-program learning activities, click on the Educational Material tab.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Very Last Green Thing

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am