STARS: Diavolo

Recommended for grades 3rd & Up Curriculum Connections: Teamwork and self-expression. Diavolo is a renowned Los Angeles-based dance company, founded in 1992 by Artistic Director Jacques Heim, an inquisitive guy who combined his academic background in theater, film, and dance with a passion for architecture.  Thanks to Heim and his talented crew of dancers, designers … Continued

STARS: Pilobolus

Recommended for grades 3rd & Up [SOLD OUT] Curriculum Connections: Movement, Imagination, Creativity and Biology. GET STUDY GUIDE HERE Pilobolus’s Pilobolus Is a Fungus is an interactive performance for young audiences based on Pilobolus’s recent site-specific commission by Jacob’s Pillow titled Branches. The audience takes a journey through nature, perceiving the sounds, shapes, colors and … Continued

STARS: The Grigoryan Brothers

Recommended for grades 4th & Up Curriculum Connections: Brief history of the guitar, Improvising, Composition, and arrangement techniques for two guitars. GET STUDY GUIDE HERE Guitarists, Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are counted amongst the finest musicians of their generation having developed a reputation for enthralling audiences with the energy of their performances and the breadth … Continued

STARS: The Pout Pout Fish

Recommended for grades Pre-K – 1st Curriculum Connections: Communication, Language Arts, Aquatic Creatures, Confidence, Adventure, Friendship and Teamwork Turn the poutiest of frowns upside down in this new musical featuring whimsical puppets and live performers in a sweeping oceanic adventure. When Mr. Fish sets out on a quest to find Miss Clam’s missing pearl, he … Continued

STARS: Dino-Light

Recommended for grades K – 2nd Curriculum Connections: Love, Friendship, Light, Movement and Gestures. GET STUDY GUIDE HERE DINO-LIGHT, formerly known as Darwin the Dinosaur, was the recipient of the prestigious Jim Henson Foundation Grant and is the first feature-length theatrical production crated and performed by creators Ian Carney and Corbin Popp. In this original … Continued

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