Internationally acclaimed magician and educator, Bradley Fields, captivates students with his famous magic illusions, and turns them on to the history, the power, and the beauty of the language of Math!
MatheMagic!® is a never-to-be-forgotten stage experience for school audiences, K-8.
The show promotes math-skills and problem-solving through visuals, history, language and world-class entertainment. For over 20 years, teachers, math specialists and educators have given it their highest accolades.
With large multimedia projections, stage illusions, comedy, drama, and audience interaction, MatheMagic!® plays with great success to audiences.
Kids travel back to ancient times to meet Imhotep the Magician, (whose secret was really math), Zeno (whose paradoxes inspired Newton) and, of course, Pythagoras and his famous theorem.
By integrating math concepts with vocabulary, geography, history, and everyday problem-solving, students of different interests, abilities and learning styles are able relate to math in new ways.
Kids leave the theatre enthralled, with a renewed sense of wonder, and the enthusiasm to discover the Magic of Math!
Snack Packs: ArtsBridge has partnered with Action Ministries to provide each student at the 12 pm showing of this field trip one snack pack to take home in an effort to relieve hunger. While all efforts have been made to avoid allergens, teachers/parents/guardians are responsible for their student’s consumption.
Photo Notice-Release: Please be aware that by entering the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre during this field trip, attendees consent to their voice and likeness being photographed, videotaped and used without compensation for exploitation on television and in any and all media now know or hereafter devised in perpetuity, and attendees release ArtsBridge Foundation, its successors, assigns and licensees, from any liability on account of such usage.
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*All ArtsBridge Field trip tickets are non-refundable. However, if weather should cause a cancellation, tickets can be utilized for another ArtsBridge performance.*