More than an author visit: A one-of-a-kind literary theater experience that will inspire your students (& teachers) now and for years to come.
Recycled Arts, Design Thinking, Problem-Solving, Creativity, Character Creation, Creative Writing
What, exactly, is an ecosystem? How are its elements related? What crazy and cool organisms exist in the diverse rainforest ecosystem?
Engaging and motivating string students, teachers, and their communities.
Folktales, fairy tales, legends, mythology
Through storytelling, visual aids, self-reflecting questions, audience participation and facilitated discussion techniques, “Become Your Captain. Catch Your Future” redirects students’ attention from the negative influences and outside social pressures to focus on who they are and what they really want to do with their life.
Good decision-making, healthy choices, bullying prevention, safe teen driving. Drug and alcohol awareness.
Glass Harp Music is an educational performance focusing on the glass harp instrument.
Circus is an activity that requires the same dedication, discipline and hard work of any sport, only it stresses collaboration rather than competition. Kids set and achieve goals together, learning cooperation and camaraderie.
Students transfer their newfound excitement for circus directly into theme related art, music, science, history, math and language studies.
Jazz performance (singing & playing), improvisation, musical identity and musical communication
Puppets and fun