Dan Belzer portrays America’s favorite songwriter who shares his life story along with his nine rules for writing a hit song, illustrated by such classics as White Christmas, Blue Skies, and God Bless America.
This breezy two-character musical by Cy Young features timeless tales of The Tortoise and the Hare, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, and The Fox and the Crow, framed by the story of how Aesop learned his true calling.
Greek King Odysseus (Joshua Feinman) bids farewell to his wife Penelope and his son Telemachus and invites students in the audience to take a journey with him into the world of myth.
Storyteller, David Guerra embraces the audience with three distinct Native American stories from the Pueblo, Lakota Plains, and Iroquois cultures. Children are invited to particpate in these traditional tales featuring such lively characters as the Coyote, Grandmother Spider and the Flying Head.
A storyteller brings a magical compass to transport the audience all over the world, revealing stories of from India, Korea and Ghana.
David Prather uses his Yankee ingenuity to bring life to such American icons as Uncle Sam, Lady Liberty, Francis Scott Key and Paul Revere. No dry history lesson-Lady Libertyis a kind of French Mrs. Doubtfire - the show engages students while covering an array of language and social science standards.
"John and Juan" is a lively romp through the history of the Golden State. John, a native Californian, learns from the immigrant Juan about the State's Hispanic heritage, including early Spanish explorers, the original settlers of El Pueblo de Los Angeles, and Father Junipero Serra, the Chumash indians, and the missions along El Camino Real...and John shares with Juan the excitement of the Gold Rush.
Biddy Mason tells her story of how she moved from being a slave in Mississippi to a wealthy land owner and philanthropist in Los Angeles.