Tour 03 | 2017

Shows by Category September 4, 2017 - November 11, 2017
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The Pirate of Bully Bay

(Best for Grades Pre-K - 5th)

Anti-Bullying and Character Education

Our most successful show of 2015 is back! Prepare ye mateys for our most fun anti-bullying, swashbuckling adventure ever! Join Captain Catherine, the kindest pirate of the high seas, as she meets the bully Black ‘Stache and must overcome his mean ways. This interactive adventure teaches your young crew the tools they need to stop a bully through clever rhymes and memorable characters.

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

(Best for Grades 2nd - 8th)

Literature and Literacy

This literary classic is a long-time crowd favorite that is perfect for the fall. Join bumbling Ichabod Crane, beautiful Katrina Van Tassel, and the bully Brom Bones as they bring to life this Washington Irving tale. Often called “America’s first work of fiction,” audiences love to see their classmates become volunteers onstage to join the Sleepy Hollow School Choir and ponder at the mystery of the (not-so-scary) Headless Horseman! With a rich study guide available online, this show is a perfect tale for comparing and contrasting with the original text and accomplishing literacy goals.

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Maximus Mars

(Best for Grades 3rd - 8th)

Anti-Bullying and Character Education

Our annual smash hit returns! This anti-bullying show for older students offers empowering tools to help combat cyber and schoolyard bullying. Maximus Mars has crash-landed on a foreign planet and must work to stop the bullying residents from destroying his ship. When he begins receiving messages on his communication device, he turns to the audience for help to effectively put an end to their cyber-bullying while working hard to return to Earth. This futuristic-themed show has been a huge hit among middle schoolers.

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