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Format: 2017-11-23

Elementary school

A multi media puppet show based on the book, “Imagine the Moon’ by Gerald Fierst. “Imagine the Moon” is a mix of folk tales that use the moon as a central character from around the world (Africa, China, Greece and the Inuit Nation) and real world science about the Moon and the people who were instrumental in our understanding of it such as, Isaac Newton, Galileo Galilei and the NASA Moon project.

**Adaptable to any space.

Musical Theater, Theater For Young Audiences – 55 min.
Grades Pre K – 5 th
A young boy’s love and a little nursery magic help transform the Velveteen Rabbit from a favorite plaything into a real rabbit. The Boy and Velveteen embark on exciting imaginary adventures, from deep dark caves to the wide open sea, and together they learn the true meaning of friendship in this musical re-telling of one of America’s favorite storybooks.
** Requires a larger playing space. Not suitable for carpeted areas.

Musical Theater, Theater For Young Audiences – 55 min.
Grades Pre K – 5 th
Filled with beauty, grandeur, magic and wonder this beloved tale is given the trademark Pushcart spin!
“A Cinderella Tale …” takes young audiences on that sometimes happy, sometimes sad – but always
compelling journey fueled by inner beauty, courage and kindness as they triumph over greed and
arrogance. A wondrous production that is sure to dazzle young audiences!

A contemporary radio play for ages 8 and up! Twelve year-old twins Alexa and Beni are ordinary kids from Elizabeth, New Jersey…until their cousin steers them through an inter-dimensional portal and presents them with a mission: travel through time in order to preserve Puerto Rico’s lost history. A reading of an original children's audio drama script with music and sound effects.

A Staged Reading of a World Premiere

Barrier free

Fifth and sixth grade students at West Cape May Elementary School are writing plays about the Revolutionary War under the guidance of their teacher Paige Calabro and East Lynne Theater Company's artistic director, Gayle Stahlhuth, who is also directing. Since focus is on playwriting, the performance is a staged reading, with script-in-hand.

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