Find a Program

Program Search Results
  • Literature Takes the Stage

    Beverly Roche

    21st Century Skills Communication Creative Writing Critical Thinking Language Arts Life Skills Listening & Speaking Teamwork

    Students can bring literature to life through this flexible theater workshop. Turning literature into a script for performance challenges students to analyze the characters and plot of a text in a new and engaging way. An option for creating an original script is available.

    • Grades: K-23-56-89-12
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30
    Single: $85 Multiple: $75

    Workshop is available in 1, 3, or 5 day increments.

  • Anything Can Be a Puppet

    Adzooks Puppets

    Language Arts

    Students will tap into their imagination and creativity and begin an exploration of the world of puppetry as they create and animate a found object puppet. Also available as an extended one hour workshop for the same fee.

    • Grades: K-23-5
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30
    Single: $150 Double: $125

    Materials: $25 per classroom
    Mileage from Martinsville, IN additional

  • These Stories Go Beyond Any Test

    Will Gould

    Language Arts Listening & Speaking

    Through theatrical readings, students explore life-long learning themes such as accepting each other’s differences, working as a team, and facing our fears. Choose from children’s literature selections that will compliment your students’ needs.

    • Grades: K-2
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $288 Double: $576
  • Seuss and Other Nonsense Stories

    Will Gould

    Language Arts Listening & Speaking

    The works of three children’s authors are brought to life in this presentation of theatrical readings. Students will be introduced to the idea of nonsense poetry, and will enjoy the simple pleasure of silliness.

    • Grades: K-2
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $288 Double: $576
  • Tuskegee Airmen of WWII

    Black History Month U.S. History & Culture

    Students will learn the history of the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II through the character, Captain Charles H. Debow. Students will hear stories based on research and oral histories gathered from living airmen.

    • Grades: 6-89-12
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $469 Double: $938


  • Masks, Mime, and Imagination

    Reed Steele

    21st Century Skills Communication Critical Thinking Flexible Themes Life Skills

    Students will be introduced to the art of mime and the potential of expression and imagination. Mime, sign language, and audience participation combined with humor make this a memorable event.

    • Grades: K-23-56-89-12
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $300 Double: $550

    Mileage from Angola, IN additional