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HELPING DREW

Principal Tector needs your help as a member of the Bully Patrol! She fears that one of her students, Drew, is being bullied by another student in school. Lee thinks bullying Drew is fun. Lee’s best friend Victoria doesn't think so, but what can she do to help Drew?

Helping Drew is an interactive musical puppet show with an anti-bullying message perfect for elementary school students. This 35-minute program followed by a 15 minute Q&A helps students recognize bullying and look for solutions within themselves and with the help of others.

MONSTER INTELLIGENCE

Melvin the monster is another year older but still not old enough for his license to scream. His birthday wish changes that and the Division for Monster Screams grants his wish on the condition of passing his test. Learning this new information can be difficult for Melvin and he sets off on a quest to learn with his friend Red the Rat by his side.

Populated by a cast of friendly, colorful monster characters and original songs from a Green Day-style rocker, to classical, jazz, pop, and Broadway standards, makes this a journey never to forget.

TORTOISE & HARE'S RACE TO HEALTH

On your mark, get set, read! That’s what Benjamin Booksmart does to help his friend Terrence the Tortoise as he prepares for another race with Henry the Hare. Inspired by Aesop’s famous fable, “The Tortoise and the Hare”, a cast of colorful, fun puppet friends find different solutions, with help from books, to prepare us all for a race EVERYONE can win–­becoming our HEALTHIEST SELF! Through interactive songs and movement, Benjamin and his friends will keep the entire audience happy, healthy and engaged!

"Tortoise & Hare's Race to Health" incorporates important health fundamentals such as physical activity, mental positivity and, the health benefits of a diet which includes fresh fruits and vegetables. A health and wellness adventure for ages 3 through 8. Run-time approximately 40 minutes.

WELCOME PARK

Welcome Park is opening a new visitor center and Bunny and his friends want to get in on the act. They approach Park Ranger Ned with the idea that they could teach visitors about the seasons. Ned is worried because each has a bad habit that could interfere with each one doing their best work: Bunny rushes through things; Dog gets herself so nervous she can barely speak; Bee tries to do too many things at once. What will Ned and the audience decide about their readiness to work in the new visitor center?

This crowd pleasing show is for ages 3 through 8. Welcome Park engages children with laughter while they learn about paying attention and improving their listening skills.

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