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  • 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: $312 Double: $572

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  • Bullying: A Play on Conflict Resolution

    Sapphire Theatre Company

    Anti-Bullying Health & Wellness

    Students will explore their own experiences, attitudes, and prejudices about school bullying in a way that is comfortable yet insightful. This program raises awareness about the roles that the bully, victim, and the witness play in these situations. Both students and teachers will come away with new tools for dealing with bullying.

    • Grades: K-23-56-8
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $748 Double: $1,392
  • Mime’s the Word!

    Beverly Roche

    21st Century Skills Communication Critical Thinking Life Skills

    Tumbling, movement, and theater come together to give students an introduction to mime theater. Students will learn basic pantomime techniques of non-verbal storytelling such as building walls and climbing ladders. The performer will incorporate ideas from the audience as she improvises a story. Performance is a companion to the workshop “Mime is the Word”.

    • Grades: K-23-5
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30
    Single: $298 Double: $596