Although in-person gatherings are currently on hold due to COVID-19, the need for ongoing discussions around diversity, equity and inclusion is as strong as ever.
To continue to serve you during the pandemic, Breaking Ice has developed two different virtual performance packages suitable for audiences of up to 50 people. Both options include a test-run of the performance for 5 – 10 employees prior to the full performance.
Standard Virtual Performance
$3,000 | Up to 50 People (includes 2 Facilitators)
$5,000 | Up to 100 People (includes 4 facilitators)
For groups over 100, please call for a quote
The Standard Virtual Performance includes a 50-minute video performance followed by a Zoom conversation led by two to four trained Breaking Ice facilitators. The discussion incorporates interactive exercises throughout both a large group discussion and smaller breakout groups.
Customized Virtual Performance
90 – 120 minutes | $9,000
In the Customized Virtual Performance, video from the Standard Virtual Performance is paired with a custom performance addressing the unique issues your organization faces. In the custom performance, Breaking Ice company members act out a Zoom meeting exploring how systemic inequities, implicit bias and common misperceptions show up in your organization.
This performance includes the full Breaking Ice customization process, including 4 – 6 weeks of research and content development. The finished product is 30 minutes of standard performance and 20 minutes of custom performance, followed by a Zoom conversation led by two trained Breaking Ice facilitators. The discussion incorporates interactive exercises throughout both a large group discussion and smaller breakout groups.
Each additional performance of the same show scheduled with the first performance, and occurring within one month of the first performance, is $3,000. For additional performances that happen more than one month from the first performance, the cost is $9,000
For more information or to book a virtual Breaking Ice performance, contact Noel Raymond.