Sean Driscoll’s Story Ship Offers:
Immersive educational children’s shows and workshops using the latest technology combining robots, comedy theater, music, animation, puppets and magic.
Interactive animated shows – animated stories on a big screen with characters that talk with the audience and live actors.
Shows that both entertain and teach national curriculum standards for math, music, social studies, language arts, reading and character education.
Digital Storytelling Workshops in audio CD recording and DVD development.
National tours performing hundreds of shows each year at schools, libraries, theaters, resorts, or anywhere else kids gather.
Mr. Driscoll and the Story Ship’s artist perform hundreds of shows and residencies throughout the United States each year in theater, television, school, concert and festival settings. He has over thirty years experience offering innovative programming that combines new technologies, animation, music and magic. Please visit www.thestoryship.com for more information about Sean Driscol’s Story Ship.
9945 Whitfield Ave., Savannah, GA 31406
While reporting live, The Story Ship’s science reporter, Sarah, is kidnapped by aliens and trapped on a space ship bound for the outer regions of our solar system! Audience volunteers must quickly form a Rescue Team and use magic, dance and music to get her back. The audience helps to unravel a celestial musical message. Each Alien communication gives us clues as to the Alien’s location and how to rescue Sarah. This show is highly interactive with audience participation every minute to two minutes with kids helping with magic tricks, singing, dancing, and navigating the rescue rocket through an interactive game.
Onstage, giant video animations and holographic images allow us to communicate and track Sarah’s amazing journey through our solar system. In school shows, audience members explore the relationship between music, math and space travel.
Sarah is returned to earth safely. The show ends in a celebration as the aliens, audience and actors all dance to the melody the aliens sent us.
This fast-paced high energy show combines:
Interactive 3D Holograms
Animation projected on a large screen
Music played on a Theremini
Dates available upon request.
26′ by 15′
We bring the rest.
Anywhere except outdoors.
$695 for one show
$895 for two shows in the same school
$1,295 for three shows at the same school
|Speaking and Listening||SL2||Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally.|
|Speaking and Listening||SL5||Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations.|
|Reading||R7||Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.|
1.E.1 Recognize the features and patterns of the earth/moon/sun system as observed from Earth.
1.E.1.1 Recognize differences in the features of the day and night sky and apparent movement of objects across the sky as observed from Earth.
1.P.1 Understand how forces (pushes or pulls) affect the motion of an object. Gravity
1.P.1.1 Explain the importance of a push or pull to changing the motion of an object. Gravity
1.P.1.2 Explain how some forces (pushes and pulls) can be used to make things move without touching them, such as magnets.
1.P.1.3 Predict the effect of a given force on the motion of an object, including balanced forces. Gravity
3.E.1 Recognize the major components and patterns observed in the earth/moon/sun system.
3.E.1.1 Recognize that the earth is part of a system called the solar system that includes the sun (a star), planets, and many moons and the earth is the third planet from the sun in our solar system.
Students know that we live on a planet that is part of a solar system. Students know that a solar system includes a star and planets, and other objects. The planets and other objects revolve around the star. Students know that in our solar system Earth is the third planet from the sun.
Shows must be cancelled with 30 days in advance otherwise the school is responsible for paying 50% of the fees. The school must reschedule the show at both parties earliest available date. Once the make up date is complete the school must pay the remaining 50% of artist fees.