The Wizard of Oz

(Best for Grades Pre-K - Adult)

Literature and Literacy

In 1900, L. Frank Baum published what would become a literary classic with his children’s novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. In 2018, Bright Star adapted the show into a two person play and the result was amazing! It was the hit of 2018 so we’ve brought it back for another year! While the medium might be different, the characters and classic storyline remain the same. Follow comic duo Lenny and Mabel down the yellow brick road to the land of Oz and meet all of your favorite characters along the way! Gain courage with the Cowardly Lion, take heart with the Tin Man, and find your wits with the Scarecrow in this fun interactive retelling of the L. Frank Baum classic.

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Upcycled Cinderella

(Best for Grades Pre-K - 5th)

Literature and Literacy, STEM

When the scheduled performers fail to arrive for the day’s performance, the facility janitors, “Dustmop” and “Binny,” decide to take over in this hilarious take on the classic fairy tale, Cinderella! One of our most popular shows of all time, Upcycled Cinderella shows that, with a little creativity and ingenuity, you can make the most of any situation. A great show for younger audiences, or for anyone who is young at heart.

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Winter Fables

(Best for Grades Pre-K - 5th)

Holiday, Literature and Literacy

Our new and improved version of this seasonal classic! These ancient stories have so much to teach even the most modern of audiences. Winter Fables is an imaginative show that features some of winter’s most well-known tales and lessons. Join the Ant as he prepares for winter, the Grasshopper who doesn’t, the brave Lion, the crafty mouse and more in this seasonal adventure for young audiences.

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Write On! A Literacy Adventure

(Best for Grades 1st - 6th)

Literature and Literacy

Jack loves stories, but there’s one problem – he just can’t write any! Luckily, with the help of his teacher, Mrs. Billingsworth, and a few surprise ghosts, Jack finds out how to tap into his imagination to create incredible stories. Formerly known as “Building Stories” this show was a hit with libraries and schools across the country in 2017. Kick your school’s literacy program into high gear with this high energy, fun and hilarious show!

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