By Tom Quinn
Meet Nate, a typical third-grader with a love for telling tall tales. Nate's biggest problem is Sam, a fifth-grade bully who has it in for him and his friends. Thankfully, Bob the Bully-Buster visits to teach Nate's class what they can do to identify and prevent bullying in school. Based on the classic Aesop's fable, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, this honest, funny and engaging production looks at stretching truths and accepting differences.
FOR GRADES K–6
The Bully Buster is Back! · Study Guide [1.6 M PDF]
Book by Ashley Kerns · Music and Lyrics by Chris Burcheri
Follow four middle school students as they struggle to find out what box they fit. The popular urbox app has a box for everyone. Do they identify as the #athlete, #different, #perfectbody or #classclown? In this musical, each character deals with changing friendships, self-image, and parents all through the lens of technology.
This musical was developed using interviews with middle school students from the Delaware Valley.
By Tom Quinn
Once upon a time in the city of brotherly love…Join us for a fractured fairy tale with a Philly Twist. Cinderella loses her glass slipper running up the Art Museum Steps, and the Fairy God Mother looks suspiciously like the Philly Phanatic and her wand is a giant Cheesesteak! Cinderella and her friends will remind kids that it is always a good idea to be kind. Perfect for K-3 as we retell classic fairy tales with a unique flair that can only come from our city. Students will have a fun, silly, exciting theatre experience where they will feel the great big heart that surrounds their hometown.
FOR GRADES PRE K–3
A Philly Phairy Tale · Study Guide [1.9 M PDF]
By Tom Quinn
Our gifted actors will take you on a journey through history to meet individuals who fought for racial, religious and gender equality in America. Through poetry, drama and song, these inspirational stories of bravery and determination illustrate the themes of diversity, oppression, tolerance and acceptance. Including scenes on immigration, Japanese internment, Native American resettlement, voting rights for women and minorities, the Civil Rights movement, the holocaust, Matthew Shepard, the election of the First African American President and more, this powerful production celebrates the importance of America's diversity.
The Return of Nick Nutrition and His Wonder Dog Fiber! – following our successful tour of the last three years Nick Nutrition is back in a brand new adventure fighting the forces of fat and fatigue! Students will learn about healthy eating choices and the importance of exercise as Nick and Fiber battle a whole new set of arch villains including the evil Couch Potato! Join Nick and Fiber as they make the world safe for good nutrition while having a lot of super hero fun!
PA NUTRITION EDUCATION TRACKS OBJECTIVES
Motivate Students To:
FOR GRADES K–5