For grades: K-6
Requirements for live visit: 16' x16' performance space
Fees for live visit: prices vary depending on show selected, but for TWO performances shows range from $675-$995.
Our theatrical performances motivate and inspire students on a number of relevant and important topics. »
This was the best assembly we have had in ages! We teach an ecology lesson every week and our field trip is to a botanic garden that was once a landfill. This show did a great job of supporting what we teach. It was lively without being over the top. Sometimes a message can get lost in silliness, but not with this show. The songs made the content memorable. I hope we can have you back every year! --- Kathy Burson, 1st grade teacher, Soleado Elem., Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
The Character Show – character counts & the pillars of character
All That Trash – a musical about reducing, reusing, recycling & rethinking
Bye Bye Bully - a thoughful provoking, interactive show about dealing with bullies
H2O, Where Did You Go? – a water science & conservation musical
The Bully Dudes – using humor to address a very serious subject
Rockin' Red Ribbon - an upbeat show about saying no to drugs,tobacco, and alcohol
200 Years of American Music – music, history & culture
The History of Rock ‘n Roll – an extremely fun reward or red ribbon assembly
The Wright Brothers Musical – a story about inventors & perseverance
FAM – a fun family night or family venue show
Peter & the Wolf – an artistic blend of classical music & mime
Staff Development Workshop: "Art of Communication" – presented by Mark Beckwith and Obediah Thomas
Kindergarten Music Assembly – a school assembly specifically for kindergarten
Singing Through the Internal Organs – a science assembly that uses music and a game show to engage students
Shows That Teach is a California based company presenting quality motivational and educational school assembly performances.
Our performers and company have many years of experience performing curriculum and educational standards based school programs for K-6 grade audiences.
Choose from a variety of artistic stage productions on subjects ranging from the music history to bullying.