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
“Professor Time & The American Revolution” (Social Studies, History)
Quirky Professor Time is off to Colonial America to find out about the birth of our nation. Students find out what sparked the American Revolution and hear stories first hand from George Washington and Betsy Ross. The stories teach them about the events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the formation of the United States government. Students watch history come alive on a giant video with animated characters and historical images. The kids also participate in interactive comedy skits to prepare them for the time travel adventure. At the end of each performance, the kids test their knowledge playing a game show where they can win prizes.
For 3rd – 5th grades.
Duration: 50 minutes
Setup: 1 and 1/2 to 2 hours depending upon performance space.
Tech Requirements: One Table 6’X2′ and one Electrical Outlet (We bring the rest!)
912-353-8381 or Toll Free 877-444-8253
Call for availability – 912-353-8381 or Toll Free 877-444-8253
10X10 space. One Table 6’X2′ and one Electrical Outlet (We bring the rest!)
Same School / Venue:
One Show: $795 · Two Shows: $995 · Three Shows: $1245
Two or More Schools or Venues in Your Area Block Booking On The Same Day:
One Show: $645 · Two Shows: $745 · Three Shows: $945
R3 – Analyze how and why individuals, events, or ideas develop and interact over the course of a text. (Students meet historical figures that explain events that lead up to and through American Revolution. Students discover how these characters ideas help to shape our government and the course of events.)
R2 – Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas. (Actors read Declaration of Independence and The United States Constitution and students are lead in the interpretation of the main ideas found in the text.)
R1 – Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text. (Students view theatrical skits, images and animations related to the American Revolution then answer question in game show format about the content given.)
From the Social Studies 3-5 Standards: 5.C&G.1 – Understand the development, structure and function of government in the United States. (Students explore the discuss the three branches of our democracy the role they play in governing the United States. They also find correlations between the ancient greek notion of democracy and our modern day democracy).
5.H.2 – Understand the role of prominent figures in shaping the United States. (Students meet and listen to explanations of the role various historical figures played in the formation of our nation.) George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross etc.
5.H.1 – Analyze the chronology of key events in the United States. (Students examine key historical events such as the Continental Congresses, Various American Revolution Battles, Signing of The Declaration Of Independence.)
Because The Story Ship’s acceptance of a performance agreement may cause it to turn down other work, the parties agree that if for any reason the services are canceled by the Presenter, Presenter must reschedule the event at the Presenter’s and Story Ship’s earliest convenience or pay 100% of the agreed fees.