The Greatest: Sports Heroes A to Z

(Best for Grades Pre-K - 5th)

Black History, Health and Wellness, History and Social Studies

This exciting, energetic production celebrates some of the greatest sports heroes of all time! Young audiences will be introduced to a ton of amazing athletes including Babe Ruth, Michael Jordan, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Peyton Manning, Jackie Robinson and many more. This fun and engaging review of the world’s greatest sports heroes includes fun facts and important lessons about perseverance, health, wellness and integrity. Your young audience will be cheering for more by the end of this adventure in sports from A to Z!

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We Can Do It: American Women In History

(Best for Grades 2nd - 8th)

History and Social Studies

An inspiring exploration of the lives and work of notable American women just in time for Women’s History Month! From Amelia Earhart and Laura Ingalls Wilder to Sacajawea and Susan B. Anthony, this play celebrates the courageous, confident women who have helped shape our country. A powerful production for students and educators, it includes themes of perseverance, integrity, and patriotism while covering important curricular standards and building key skills. These women will inspire each and every audience member!

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(Best for Grades 4th - 8th)

Anti-Bullying and Character Education

Our hit from 2015 is back! We’re tackling bullying head-on in this serious and powerful production designed especially for grades 4-8. This production takes an honest and open look at the bullying epidemic and it’s ramifications for both bullies and the bullied. This show empowers young people to use practical tools to stop someone from bullying them, shows them how to engage when they see someone else being bullied and presents a serious anti-bullying message.

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