Through this visual adaptation of Moby dick students will explore the themes of this great American novel.
“The play focuses on a longing for magic, a wish for a transformative power…A compelling performance…It celebrates human ingenuity.”
– The New York Times
It doesn’t have to be this way. Creating a school climate less susceptible to harassment, bullying and violence is possible. We see it happening in socioeconomically and demographically diverse schools across North America every day. For us, it started when Rachel Joy Scott was the first person killed in the Columbine High School shooting on April 20, 1999. But that was only the beginning of the story.
We have programs for all themes and needs, from our STEAM Museum (a portable hands-on science museum), to historical reenactors, to engaging all-day workshops for your students.
Writing is your right to put what’s on your mind and heart on paper — rhyming poetry, popular song re-writing, public speaking
Music, Multicultural, Percussion, Japan, Asia, Dance
Illustration, fine art, and marketing
Several themes to choose from: Lifecycle of a Book, “Just Say No” to peer pressure, Extreme weather & climate change, Greek gods as modern-day characters, Ghost Stories!, Classic Literature Revisited