Join us for an exclusive and limited staging of Walking Through the Valley: A Journey Towards Freedom. In 1963, a young activist has been asked to alter the language in a speech he has written for what will become a historic event. He envisions a conversation with four historic freedom fighters in an effort to decide if a compromise with the "powers that be” will serve a greater good.
This play, written and directed by Atlanta History Center’s Addae Moon, focuses on the March on Washington and historic characters such as John Lewis, John Brown, Ida B. Wells, Sarah Grimke, and A. Philip Randolph.
After the 45-minute performance, student groups will participate in a short facilitated dialogue. Tickets include access to our exhibitions.
For tickets and information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations are required.
The cost for all guided tours is $200 for the first 50 students. Add on $50 for up to 50 additional students.
Title 1 schools receive 50% off regular rates.
Full payment is required 3 weeks prior to your visit to guarantee your reservation for all tours. If booking less than 3 weeks in advance, full payment is due immediately.
Your payment is not refundable if you cancel your school tour and do not reschedule.
There is a $25 administrative fee should you need to reschedule your tour. You must notify the Atlanta History Center at least 3 days in advance. With advance notice your payment can be applied to a new tour date, plus the administrative fee.
Once payment is received, a confirmation email will be shared via email. This will include educational resources that can be used before and after the LIVE virtual visit.
Teachers are encouraged to complete a 10-15 minute technology prep session. This will be scheduled and administered up to one week before the virtual tour to troubleshoot unforeseen connectivity issues. Teachers who opt out of the pre-scheduled technology prep session will forfeit their refund for tech user issues during the virtual tour.
Recording our virtual school tour is prohibited.
Funding for Atlanta History Center's school programs is generously provided by:
This event has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.