Grade 6th-8th

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

 

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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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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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(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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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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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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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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