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Most Valuable Player

Presented by Youth Performance Company

Howard Conn Fine Arts Center

1900 Nicollet Ave Minneapolis, MN 55403

$7 - $15

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60 minutes

Friday, February 2 10:00 am
2018-02-02 10:00:002018-02-02 10:00:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Friday, February 2 12:30 pm
2018-02-02 12:30:002018-02-02 12:30:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Saturday, February 3 7:30 pm
2018-02-03 19:30:002018-02-03 19:30:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Wednesday, February 7 10:00 am
2018-02-07 10:00:002018-02-07 10:00:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Wednesday, February 7 12:30 pm
2018-02-07 12:30:002018-02-07 12:30:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Thursday, February 8 10:00 am
2018-02-08 10:00:002018-02-08 10:00:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Thursday, February 8 12:30 pm
2018-02-08 12:30:002018-02-08 12:30:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Friday, February 9 10:00 am
2018-02-09 10:00:002018-02-09 10:00:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Friday, February 9 12:30 pm
2018-02-09 12:30:002018-02-09 12:30:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Saturday, February 10 7:30 pm
2018-02-10 19:30:002018-02-10 19:30:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Sunday, February 11 2:00 pm
2018-02-11 14:00:002018-02-11 14:00:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Thursday, February 15 10:00 am
2018-02-15 10:00:002018-02-15 10:00:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Thursday, February 15 12:30 pm
2018-02-15 12:30:002018-02-15 12:30:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Friday, February 16 10:00 am
2018-02-16 10:00:002018-02-16 10:00:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Friday, February 16 12:30 pm
2018-02-16 12:30:002018-02-16 12:30:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
Saturday, February 17 7:30 pm
2018-02-17 19:30:002018-02-17 19:30:00America/ChicagoMost Valuable PlayerMost Valuable Player The Jackie Robinson Story Written by Mary Hall Surface February 2 – 18, 2018  Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom. Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork Recommended for grades 3 and up Twin Cities metro
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Most Valuable Player

The Jackie Robinson Story

Written by Mary Hall Surface

February 2 – 18, 2018

 Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 and showed a segregated country that the talent of the player -- and not the color of his skin -- are what make him a valuable member of a team. Robinson faced overwhelming prejudice with perseverance and dignity, and his courage, along with the courage of family and teammates, tells a story that will generate empathy, engagement and pride for the students of your classroom.

Themes: Civil rights, segregation in U.S. history, personal courage, teamwork

Recommended for grades 3 and up