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"All That Jazz" History of American Jazz
“All That Jazz” History of American Jazz, America’s own musical art form, is presented in a swinging, foot-tapping, highly accessible way through this Hot Horns show. This high-energy presentation features ...
“Information Please” (K-6) Dr. Tom uses mime, comedy, juggling, plate spinning, plus audience participation to get students excited about reading and writing. In this performance Tom also brings books to life such ...
"POP to ROCK"
Popular music has evolved over the ages. Over time, crowds of 2,000+ people regularly have attended concerts by musicians such as the Sousa Band (active 100 years ago) and Katy Perry (singing today). Among all the ...
African American Story Telling
In this residency, students are presented with stories about African American History, Folk Art and the life of child during this period. Students are allowed to participate in games, period clothing, dances and ...
Applied Improv for Autistic, Developmentally Disab...
We’ve all heard the saying, “Laughter is the best medicine.” Maybe that explains why more and more clinicians are recommending applied improv as a therapeutic modality for people with mental health disorders ...
Arts Integration Grades 3-5 Assembly Programs and ...
These programs are desgined to address a variety of individual learning styles for students. Having been a classroom teacher I understand that students learn more when they are having fun. North Carolina History: ...
Arts Integration K-2 Assembly Programs and Residen...
Lona Bartlett, a former classroom teacher, has multiple arts integrated assembly, lessons and residencies programs available . All presentations are connected to the Common Core and Essential Standards. One day ...
Astronaut Training Class
Launch your students’ imaginations into a world where gravity loses its grip. Learn about the special equipment that is needed by the astronaut for travel in outer space. Students will witness a demonstration using ...
Australian Culture with Paul Taylor (Multidiscipli...
Paul Taylor has performed and taught for over 300,000 American children. His educational concerts present Australian culture in story and song for elementary, middle and high school. Paul performs to all ...
Bangin' and Sangin' with Billy Jonas (performances...
In his educational concerts, Billy Jonas helps students discover the music within common items … and within themselves. His concerts inform and inspire the audience to be aware of the environment around them, ...
Beauty of Science
This Residency programs allows students to create ARTISTIC COMPOUNDS made with natural ingredients. Artisans will examine the Science in making healthy-from nature, beauty compounds. Lesson plans include hands-on ...
Bluegrass Stomp (Grades 3-5)
“Bluegrass Stomp” (grades 3-5) is a romp through the musical styles from around the world that make up North Carolina Folk and Bluegrass music.. This informative and interactive show combines Charles Pettee’s ...
Bluegrass: North Carolina's Global Music
“Bluegrass: North Carolina’s Global Music” (grades 6-12) picks up the international and historical themes from Charles Pettee’s “Bluegrass Stomp” (grades 3-5) program, and expands on these for middle ...
BRASS CAN DO ANYTHING
Beginning with a blast from a prehistoric cow horn, Hot Horns engages students in an action packed program, musically portraying the history of the brass family from “past to present.” Along the way, students ...
Character That Counts
“Character That Counts” (K-8) This performance/teaching program uses mime drama, humor, and an abundance of audience participation. Dr. Tom and the students examine how good character promotes high moral ...
Children’s Theatre of Charlotte In-School Progra...
Children’s Theatre of Charlotte and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) have enjoyed a strong programmatic partnership for more than 30 years. CMS considers our programming to be among the most rewarding and ...
Clara's Trip: A Cirque & Dance Nutcracker Stor...
Friday, December 13, 10am Wednesday, December 18, 10am Thursday, December 19, 10am 1 Hour – Act 2 + Question and Answer Session Booth Playhouse, 130 N. Tryon St. A contemporary twist on a holiday classic. Clara ...
COLLABORATE WITH ME! (All Levels)
Please connect with me personally to discuss program options for your students. I truly enjoy collaborating with partnering teachers and schools to achieve their goals for ASC grant projects. I am happy to design a ...
In this residency, students work on a collaborative piece of Community Art Work. Students in a community (classroom) work individually on a small piece of art work that is merged into a larger piece of art, ...
Creative Curators (Grades 6-12)
Students will learn what is involved in curating an exhibition including the importance of presentation, options for artwork display and how to hang an exhibition using museum standards. In addition, students will ...
Darkroom Photography (All Levels)
This program will travel your students back in time to learn how the very first photographs were made – with light, science and magic! Students will enjoy capturing images using the tactile medium of darkroom ...
Diggery Digger's Dino Adventure Now In 3D
While Paleontologist Diggery Diggers is showing his fossils to a live audience, he discovers a “top secret” box the museum accidentally packed. Curious, Diggery opens the box and unleashes the DinoSauroScope ...
Dream Alive: A Celebration of Black History
The stories of people such as Harriet Tubman and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. have become a familiar part of the study of American History. The accomplishments of other significant African-Americans, from every walk ...
Dyeing for Art
In this residency, students learn about different kinds of dyes that can be used in artwork. Students use ready made dyes, they also make their own dye out of natural resources. Natural dyes provide a scientific ...
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