Grades 3rd-5th

 

Repertoire of programs that are terrific for intermediate students:
(Yes, I can perform 2-3 different shows for different grade levels in one day)

*Find additional shows on "Grades K-2 page" and "Grades 3rd-5th page" to create your combination of programs
For example: Colonial Life for grades K-2 and The American Revolution for grades 3rd-5th

 

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Philadelphia - 1776 - Join Abigail Datchery & Samuel Adams at the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence and help re-create the powerful events that sparked the
War for Independence.

 

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Liverpool - 1894 - Follow Irish immigrant Maggie McLaughlin's extraordinary journey to America. Experience the tribulations of ocean passage, Ellis Island examinations, and settling in a strange, hostile world.

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Virginia - 1865 - The first shots at Fort Sumter, the Underground Railroad, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address and antebellum ideology are brought to life by Virginian Charlotte Beauregard.

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Nashville - 1920 -
Suffragist Siga Schoennwolf speaks out on women's rights. Explore nineteenth- and twentieth-Century roles and values as they manifested in the home and at the workplace. Meet the powerful women and men-- Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Frederick Douglass who led the women forward.
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(1891)
Discover the contrast between robber barons and the working poor with activist Eloise Remington. Together both classes transformed America into an industrial powerhouse.

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Egypt - 1473 BC - Explore the wonders of the ancient Egyptian empire--how the pyramids were built and the unexpected origins of the next great pharaoh are revealed by elegant Queen Hatshepsut.

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Pennsylvania, 1730s – Come celebrate spring with servant Katie Cotswold in this young
colonial village. Meet the townsfolk, join in the chores, games and frolics, and take a turn
in the Maypole dance.


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New England, 1890s – Enroll in Miss Mabel Weatherby's schoolhouse. Bring your primers and a
clean slate for a lesson in the three R's with fun recitations, spelling bees and a square dance at
the spring jubilee.
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Independence, MO 1860's
- Blaze a trail with Pioneer Penny Pritchard! Relive the spirit
of covered wagon travel with buffalo stampedes, deadly snake bites, and dance by
the light of the moon.

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England, 1599 – The splendor of Elizabethan history, manners and customs, court dancing,
and ladyship and knighthood exhibitions are all magnificently explored and brought to life with
Lady Celia Beaumont.

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Sleepy Hollow, 1799 – Katrina Van Tassle discloses the secret adventure of Ichabod Crane. Hobgoblins abound, skeletons high-step in a graveyard dance and even Rip Van Winkle enters this spooky - but not scary, Halloween tale.

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North Pole – Audiences delight in this holiday spectacular. Share the good cheer of the yuletide with Mrs. Claus and Herbie the Elf. Partake in the stories, sing holiday songs and dance with the Sugarplum Fairies in this jolly celebration.

 

 


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