Tour 06 | 2016

Shows by Category November 14, 2016 - December 22, 2016

Holiday Songs: Music Around the World

(Best for Grades Pre-K - 5th)

Holiday

This popular show sold out across multiple tours last year and is back again! Songs and stories come together for a truly magical wintertime show. We will travel from Africa to Mexico and everywhere in between, while hearing a range of songs from “I Have A Little Dreidel” and “Auld Lang Syne” to “Away in a Manger,” “Sankta Lucia” and so much more. Similar in style to our hit Holidays Around the World, this show is packed with music from many of the celebrations that happen this time of year around the globe.

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Holidays Around the World

(Best for Grades Kindergarten - 8th)

Holiday

Join Nick and Joy in their quest to make it home for the holidays. Their journey brings much more than they ever imagined! The traditions and holidays which abound throughout winter are celebrated in this show. From Kwanzaa to Christmas to The Festival of Lights, this unique production offers young people a look into the celebrations that occur around the globe during this special time of year. Audience volunteers help to bring in the Chinese New Year with a colorful dragon while learning about other world festivals such as the “Lohri” festival in India. Celebrate the wide world of holidays with Holidays Around the World!

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A Dickens Tale

(Best for Grades 2nd - Adult)

Holiday, Literature and Literacy

Gather ‘round as our actors recreate Victorian England in this beloved retelling of the Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol. Join Old Scrooge, bumbling Bob Cratchit, and all the delightful ghostly visitors in this heartwarming tale of friendship and generosity. An unsuspecting student even has the opportunity to join our actors on stage in the role of Tiny Tim! Audiences of all ages are enthralled by this sweet tale. Our classic version has become an annual tradition across the country.

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