The Portal Opens Up… In The Theater
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Mountain to Climb:
Navigators, your mountain to climb this week is to determine how many tickets the drama club has sold to their musical so far and how much money they have made.
Seeking the Peak:
- The drama club is putting on 3 performances
- Ticket Prices:
- Students = $6
- Adults = $10
- Seniors = $8
- Ticket Sales:
- 4/13 to students
- 2/5 to adults
- 6/25 to seniors
- Auditorium Seats:
- Stage Left
- 8 seats in 11 rows
- Stage Right
- 8 seats in 10 rows and 7 seats in one row
- The first row only has 11 seats. The second and third row each have 12. The fourth row has 13. The fifth and sixth row each have 14. The seventh and eighth row each have 15. The ninth and tenth rows have 16 each. The eleventh row has 12 seats.
- Stage Left
Beyond the Peak:
- Article: What is Stadium Seating?
- Novel: Better Nate Than Ever – Nate Foster has big dreams. His whole life, he’s wanted to star in a Broadway show. (Heck, he d settle for “seeing” a Broadway show.) But how is Nate supposed to make his dreams come true when he’s stuck in Jankburg, Pennsylvania, where no one (except his best pal Libby) appreciates a good show tune? With Libby’s help, Nate plans a daring overnight escape to New York. There’s an open casting call for “E.T.: The Musical,” and Nate knows this could be the difference between small-town blues and big-time stardom.
- Picture Book: Amazing Grace – Grace loves stories, whether they’re from books, movies, or the kind her grandmother tells. So when she gets a chance to play a part in Peter Pan, she knows exactly who she wants to be.
- Picture Book: Backstage Cat – A runaway kitty named Simon introduces kids to what it takes to put on a show and have a moment in the spotlight. It’s a kid-pleasing peek at a fascinating world the draws both stardom-seekers and those who prefer to remain behind the scenes.
Reaching the Peak:
Once you think you have reached the peak of this mountain, ask an adult for permission to leave us a reply explaining how you arrived at a solution. Your reply may not appear right away – don’t worry! – it has been sent to Portal Peak for review and will be posted soon. Remember, there is no need to give an email, your last name, or a website when leaving your reply, just leave those parts blank. For more information, head over to the Navigator’s Base Camp.