Bluegrass and Tall Tales

Bluegrass and Tall Tales

(Best for Grades Pre-K – Adult)

This is a toe-tapping great time. Join our musician actors as they take your audience on a journey across America. Playing both Bluegrass classics and then jumping up to bring to life celebrated American Tall Tales.  From Paul Bunyan to a classic Appalachian Jack Tale, this show is brimming with lessons and wild characters. Meanwhile songs like ‘In the Pines’ celebrate this special music and tales from our country.  (PK-Adult)

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Trail of Tears

Trail of Tears

(Best for Grades 3rd – Adult)

In this powerful production your audience will come to understand this dark chapter in Cherokee History. In 1838, the order was given for the Cherokee to relocate to Indian Territory (Present day Oklahoma). Approximately 4000 Cherokee died in the ensuing trek earning the Cherokee to refer to this event as nu na da ul tsun yi (“the place where they cried”). Grades 3-Adult)

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From Anansi to John Henry

From Anansi to John Henry

(Best for Grades Pre-K – 5th)

A celebration of folktales, tall tales and oral traditions from Black History for your youngest audiences. Taking the role of the trickster, Anansi is one of the most important characters of West African, African American and West Indian Folklore.  While John Henry is an American folk hero about the freedman who was said to have worked as a ‘steel-driving man.’ Other tales in the show come to us from the celebrated Gullah Tales and oral traditions that have created a beautiful fabric of memorable characters and valuable lessons. (Grades PK-5th)

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Lift Every Voice

Lift Every Voice

(Best for Grades 3rd – Adult)

A captivating journey of speeches, songs and poems from throughout Black History. Sing along with selections from the Civil Rights Movement, hear excerpts from speeches that changed the country by Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth. Meet Maya Angelou, Phyllis Wheatley and so many more! This production is a great celebration of literature, song and the spoken word. (Grades 3-Adult)

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Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

(Best for Grades Pre-K – 5th)

The beloved literary classic comes to life in this sweet and charming production. Join Pooh and all of your favorite characters from Hundred Acre Wood as they find themselves in the playful predicaments first imagined by writer A.A. Milne in 1926. Christopher Robin, Owl, Eeyore and more bring this classic work to life. (PK-5)

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Peter Pan

Peter Pan

(Best for Grades Pre-K – 5th)

Join our acclaimed comic duo Lenny and Mabel as they hilariously work to bring this literary classic to life in a hysterical play within a play. Your young audience will love the antics of Tinkerbell, the bumbling Captain Hook, Darling Wendy (or should we say Wendy Darling) and of course the free-spirited adventurous boy who just wouldn’t grow up. (Grades PK-5)

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Little Red and the Big Bully Wolf (English Only)

Little Red and the Big Bully Wolf (English Only)

(Best for Grades Kindergarten – 6th)

The woods are scary enough without having to worry about a big bully howling in the shadows! Follow Little Red and meet her friends – the three little pigs, the Gingerbread Man, and more – as they learn to face their fears and stand up to the Big Bully Wolf! Learn to identify, report and resist bullying as we follow Little Red on her journey to grandma’s house. Funny, dramatic, and highly entertaining!

Empowered, Brilliant & Brave: Great Women of Black History

Empowered, Brilliant & Brave: Great Women of Black History

(Best for Grades Pre-K – Adult)

Meet some of Black History’s most inspiring female figures in this special show that highlights some of the world’s most amazing women. Crunch some hidden figures with Dorothy Vaughan. Follow along the Underground Railroad with Harriet Tubman. Celebrate the Jazz Age with Ella Fitzgerald. Plus meet incredible groundbreakers like Michelle Obama, Sojourner Truth, Serena Williams and many, many more amazing women from Black History!

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*new* Dr. Bestlife’s Rx For Success: Healthy Choices for a Happy Life

*new* Dr. Bestlife’s Rx For Success: Healthy Choices for a Happy Life

(Best for Grades 4th – Adult)

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all of the choices that one has to make in modern life, especially as a young person. Dr. Bestlife has been researching all kinds of ways to help you live your very “Best Life!” Whether it’s navigating social media, limiting screen time, building healthy friendships, finding time to be mindful, or avoiding the pitfalls of drug/alcohol abuse – Dr. Bestlife has a prescription for YOU!

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Caperucita Roja and the Big Bully Wolf

Caperucita Roja and the Big Bully Wolf

(Best for Grades Kindergarten – 6th)

A Bi-lingual Bully Prevention Adventure (K-6) – this dual language version of our show “Little Red and the Big Bully Wolf” is sure to delight language learners of both English and Spanish! Follow Little Red as she stands up against the Big Bully Wolf. 

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**new show** Operation Kindness: A Captain Friendship Adventure

**new show** Operation Kindness: A Captain Friendship Adventure

(Best for Grades Pre-K – Adult)

The Menace of Meanness is threatening to take over the world and only one super-duo has a chance to stop them – Captain Friendship and the Amazing Amigo! The Menace is a dangerous, shadowy figure who creeps up on our friends when they least expect it, bullying and pressuring them into behaving very badly. Captain Friendship must fearlessly oppose this villain and help all of our young audiences learn that they, too, can master the Menace of Meanness – but it’s going to take all of us working together on “Operation Kindness.”

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Black History’s Groundbreaking Geniuses

Black History’s Groundbreaking Geniuses

(Best for Grades Kindergarten – 5th)

Genius comes in all shapes and sizes and Black History is filled with amazing inventors, artists and thinkers who changed the world. This show focuses on the brilliance of over a dozen amazing characters from Black History: Scientists like surgeon Daniel Hale Williams, mathematicians like Dorothy Vaughan, Literary Geniuses like Ralph Ellison and Maya Angelou, and artistic geniuses like Alvin Ailey. Learn about these geniuses and inspire your young audiences to discover their own genius with this brand new show for 2022!

Old McDonald’s Down-Home Holiday

Old McDonald’s Down-Home Holiday

(Best for Grades Pre-K – 3rd)

Everybody on the farm has a favorite song to share for the holidays. Join Old Farmer MacDonald, his wife Mrs. MacDonald, Daisy the Cow, Simon the Pig and all your favorite friends from the farm for a fun and energetic singalong that brings everyone together. From classic nursery rhymes like “Hey Diddle Diddle,” to wintery classics like “Let It Snow” and “Jingle Bells” – this fun interactive show has a strong character message of sharing and caring for others.

Real-Life Legends of Cherokee History

Real-Life Legends of Cherokee History

(Best for Grades 4th – Adult)

Cherokee history reaches back to time immemorial, yet continues to this day – a story of inspiration, difficulty and courage. This play explores the story of the Cherokee people from prehistory to the present, sharing the stories of legendary real-life figures like Tsali, Sequoyah, Nanyehi, and Wilma Mankiller, as well as major events in the history of the Cherokee such as the Indian Removal Act, “Trail of Tears” and the modern Civil Rights movement. Developed in partnership with the Cherokee Historical Association, this play is a great way to introduce young people to Cherokee history and commemorate National Native American Heritage month.

Cherokee Tales

Cherokee Tales

(Best for Grades Pre-K – 5th)

The Cherokee People have a rich history of myths, legends and folktales explaining everything from the creation of the world to how the plants and animals around us came to look and behave the way they do today. This play introduces young audiences to the Cherokee People through a series of fun and engaging stories. Developed in partnership with the Cherokee Historical Association, this play is a great way to introduce young audiences to the Cherokee people. Commemorate National Native American Heritage month by bringing Cherokee Tales to your young audiences.

Little Red and the Big Bully Wolf

Little Red and the Big Bully Wolf

(Best for Grades Kindergarten – 6th)

The woods are scary enough without having to worry about a big bully howling in the shadows! Follow Little Red and meet her friends – the three little pigs, the Gingerbread Man, and more – as they learn to face their fears and stand up to the Big Bully Wolf! Learn to identify, report and resist bullying as we follow Little Red on her journey to grandma’s house. Funny, dramatic, and highly entertaining!

Turkey Trouble at Friendly Acres Farm

Turkey Trouble at Friendly Acres Farm

(Best for Grades Pre-K – 3rd)

Everything has been so wonderful down on Friendly Acres Farm, that is, until a bullying turkey starts picking on the other farm animals and making life harder for everyone. Farmer Jim and his faithful dog must stop this bullying bird to save Friendly Acres. Colorful and imaginative costumes bring this empowering production to life while equipping young audiences with the tools they need to stop someone from bullying them.

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The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid

(Best for Grades Pre-K – Adult)

Hilarious duo Lenny and Mabel – “The Greatest Actors in the World” – provide this fun take on Hans Christian Anderson’s classic fairy tale, The Little Mermaid. The story follows the adventures of a mermaid who wishes to become human and win the heart of a human prince. This surprising tale of love and loss explores the difficulty of being yourself in unfamiliar waters, and is quite a bit different from popular movie versions. See how with The Little Mermaid!

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Captain Friendship and the Pirates of the Pandemic

Captain Friendship and the Pirates of the Pandemic

(Best for Grades Pre-K – 5th)

“Captain Friendship” is back with her first-rate mate the “Amazing Amigo” on a new adventure. They’ve battled the “Bully Bandit” before, but when the Covid-19 Pandemic hits, this dynamic duo comes under attack from new foes – “The Pirates of the Pandemic.” These problematic pirates try to use Isolation, Boredom, Anxiety and Stress to zap our heroes’ strength. Watch as Captain Friendship and the Amazing Amigo overcome these dreaded pirates and help your students deal with their own feelings and emotions during these unprecedented times.

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