Elementary School | Middle School | High School | Community
11 to 16m., 11 to 20w., 5 to 9 either gender.
Limited Streaming Rights Available
In 1960, 6-year-old Ruby became the first black child to attend an all-white elementary school in New Orleans. When the white families learned of Ruby’s enrollment, they pulled their children from her class, leaving Ruby and her teacher the only ones in the classroom for the school year. Her family watched helplessly as federal marshals escorted Ruby to school each day past protesters jeering and threatening her life. This musical explores a little girl’s unbeatable courage in the face of adversity. Learn More
In this true story, a white man and a black woman from Texas are brought together to sing together in France. They are apprehensive of each other, but once in Paris, a dialogue emerges that could never have happened in their isolated worlds in the United States. They struggle with preconceptions but forge a surprising spiritual bond that transforms their onstage performance and their lives.
This is the true story of a classroom experiment in fascism which takes place in l967 at Cubberley High School in Palo Alto, California. When Mr. Jones decided to give his class a real experience of being in a totalitarian society, he did not predict the explosive events that follow. Student curiosity is replaced with conformity and violence, fueling the excitement known as The Third Wave. Learn More
The Christmas story in dialogue, narrative, pantomime, gospel song and folk spirituals—the unique creation of the poet and playwright Langston Hughes. Optional music arranged by Aaron Robinson.
Product Code: B72000
High School | College | Community | Professional
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The traditional Christmas story told through dialogue, narrative and pantomime allows the freedom to add the music of your choice (from gospel songs, spirituals and traditional carols to your own original compositions) and dance. This thrilling holiday piece will have your audiences on their feet! Learn More