Tuesday, 31 August 2021 16:50

Party Shows: Cinderella's Fairy Godmother

Having a party? Or just want something super-fun for the family to do? Have a blast with Kit’s Interactive Theatre’s virtual shows. Kids (and adults!) love Kit’s programs, with their high-energy level and signature audience participation. Prop lists are available so kids can make their props before the show and play along. And optional choice for extra fun and excitement—personalize your show by having Kit’s Interactive Theatre add kids and adults right into the video! It’s easy, fun, and will create lifelong memories. Watch 2 min. highlight video below for more details.

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 One-Month Rental of the interactive show: Cinderella's Fairy Godmother
  • Download prop list below
  • Use list as craft activity before show
  • You may have each party-goers use all of the props - or assign certain props to individuals for "solos" during the show
One Week Rental of the interactive show: Cinderella's Fairy Godmother
PLUS .60 Second Personalized Greeting from Fairy Godmother
  • Download prop list below
  • Use list as craft activity before show
  • You may have each party-goers use all of the props - or assign certain props to individuals for "solos" during the show
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Lifetime Purchase of the interactive personalized show of Cinderella's Fairy Godmother
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  • Use list as craft activity before show
  • You may have all party-goers use all of the props - or assign certain props to individuals for "solos" during the show
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Sunday, 26 July 2020 13:27

Educational Shows

Kitty Jones, a professional actress from NYC, writes, choreographs, produces and performs all of her material for Kit’s Interactive Theatre. Her virtual shows keep students engaged with their high level of energy and through their use of her signature audience participation. Where applicable, prop lists are available so that students can make or gather props from items found in the home. And for added fun and excitement, your school’s program can be “personalized” to feature the school’s teachers and administrators.

Due to the ever-changing nature of education currently, recorded, Zoom and live presentations are available.
Call to discuss your needs: 570-476-5612

“Kitty’s videos far exceeded our expectations. They will provide students with a fun and educational experience during their time of remote learning.”

K. McLean – 4thgrade teacher, New Jersey

 

The American Revolution Women's Rights
Journey of an Irish Immigrant Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother
Mother Nature  The Mysteries of Ancient Egypt
Coming soon:
Colonial Life Pioneer Travel on the Oregon Trail
   
   

 

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Wednesday, 17 June 2020 23:27

Virtual Shows

Kitty Jones, a professional actress from NYC, writes, choreographs, produces and performs all of her material for Kit’s Interactive Theatre. Her virtual shows keep students engaged with their high level of energy and through their use of her signature audience participation. Where applicable, prop lists are available so that students can make or gather props from items found in the home. And for added fun and excitement, your school’s program can be “personalized” to feature the school’s teachers and administrators. Study guides included.

Due to the ever-changing nature of education currently, recorded, Zoom and live presentations are available.
Call to discuss your needs: 570-476-5612 

The American Revolution Women's Rights
Journey of an Irish Immigrant Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother
Mother Nature  The Mysteries of Ancient Egypt

 

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For Pricing Information contact Kitty @This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Sunday, 18 February 2018 22:31

Women's Rights

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Nashville - 1920   Women's Rights re-enacts critical events in the development of the early women's movement, focusing on both the women and men who shaped its early days. 
     The program opens with the Tennessee legislature voting on whether or not to ratify the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  If Tennessee votes favorably, women will have won the right to vote.  The story then shifts to the beginning of the women's movement at the 1840 World Anti-Slavery Convention in London, England.  In attendance are leading suffragists Lucretia and James Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and William Lloyd Garrison. 

Eight years later, at the first Women's Rights Convention at Seneca Falls, NY we hear Frederick Douglass famously say, "If women do not have the right to vote, they will never have the power to make the changes they need."  In 1850, Susan B. Anthony takes up the cause and serves as it's most prominent champion for the next fifty years. 
     By the turn of the century, women's social and economic lives had changed dramatically, and their autonomy is portrayed with a free-spirited dance in a 1919 dance hall.  They were still, however, far from their ultimate goal.  A poignant rendition of the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire (the workplace of Siga Schoennwolf) depicts the continuing exploitation of women workers. 
     The program concludes with the announcement of the legislative results--the passage of the "Susan B. Anthony Nineteenth Amendment".  Women, at last, have the right to vote.

Siga Schoennwolf  Miss Schoennwolf is a fictitious working-class woman, living in New York City.  She emigrated from Lithuania in 1905.  After witnessing firsthand the exploitation of women, she joined the courageous minority who stood up for women's suffrage.

Best for grades 4 - Adult

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Sunday, 18 February 2018 22:29

Journey of an Irish Immigrant

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Liverpool - 1894 - Journey of an Irish Immigrant follows the path of immigrant, Maggie McLaughlin and her sister, Annie as they make their way across the Atlantic. 
     The voyage begins in Liverpool, England with a depiction of the sisters' preparations and the items commonly found in immigrants' trunks.  While centered on the sisters' journey, the program encompasses the broader immigrant experience, focusing on the harsh conditions of the boats and the courage it took to sail across the ocean.
     Though transatlantic travel was challenging, Maggie and her sister engage a Russian family in a high-stepping Irish dance aboard the boat.  Once in America, the immigrants are then subjected to the rigorous examinations (including physical exams and testing one's capacity to find work) at Ellis Island.  As they embark on their new life in America, some of the newly arrived travelers face the prejudices encountered by many in "the land of opportunity."

Maggie McLaughlin - is a fictitious Irish woman emigrating from County Cork, Ireland.  She is in search of a richer life in America.  Maggie is strong and hopeful as she confronts the exploitation and discrimination of her people upon her arrival.

Best for grades 4 - Adult

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Sunday, 18 February 2018 22:26

The American Revolution

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Philadelphia - 1776   The American Revolution depicts the major events that led up to the revolt against the British when taxes were imposed on the colonists after the French and Indian War.    
     With the help of fiery Sam Adams, Abigail Datchery (and students) reconstruct the 1770's Boston Massacre, the 1773 Boston Tea Party and Paul Revere's historic ride to Lexington, where the first shot of the revolution was fired. 
     Along with turning points in our country's political history, the show depicts eighteenth-century customs, including an aristocratic formal gala.  The dance (attended by John Hancock, George Washington and Benjamin Franklin) is led by Miss Datchery and performed beautifully by the students and teachers.

Abigail Datchery - Miss Datchery is a fictitious character patterned after the colonial aristocracy in the late eighteenth-century. 
     Her exquisite custom-made dress is complete with a bum-roll and farthingale to extend her skirt.  She also sports a matching hat and powdered wig, in keeping the fashion of the colonial period. 

Best for grades 4 - 8

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Sunday, 18 February 2018 22:23

The Mysteries of Ancient Egypt

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Egypt - 1473 BC - The Mysteries of Ancient Egypt encompasses major achievements throughout the first half of Egypt's four-thousand-year history. 
     At the top of the show, Queen Hatshepsut from the XVIII Dynasty establishes that Egypt is without a ruling pharaoh.  The mystery of who will serve as the next Pharaoh will unfold with the upcoming annual flood of the Nile.  The Queen and her vizier (the highest ranking official), Senmut, explain how the river's water level is measured during the yearly flood by the use of the nilometer. 
     As we prepare for the new leader's appearance, we visit with great pharaohs from the past--the Narmer palette (the oldest document in human history) reveals the importance of Narmer, Egypt's original king.  The pharaoh Djoser is commemorated by the creation of the first pyramid, designed by the architect, Imhoptep.  The splendor of the pyramid contrasts with the great toll its construction took on the local farmers enlisted to build it.
     As the show returns to the day of Queen Hatshepsut, we watch her father, Tuthmose I, prepare for his Sed Festival with the creation of exquisite wall art in a temple built for the occasion.  The Queen then surprises her father with a group of dancers from Luxor.  A beautiful Egyptian dance is performed (by the Queen and students) to his delight.  The program concludes with the crowning of the new Pharaoh and the great mystery is solved.

Hatshepsut was the historical "Great Wife", (queen) who married her half-brother, Tuthmose II.  At his death, she was left the ruling regent of Egypt.  She wears an ornate royal headpiece and traditional black wig.  A bejeweled royal collar, waistband and armband denote her royal status.

Best for grades 4 - adult

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Sunday, 18 February 2018 22:06

Cinderella's Fairy Godmother

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Set in Storyland - Cinderella's Fairy Godmother  offers a fun twist on a classic fairy tale.  With plenty of roles for both boys and girls, it engages and appeals to all students.

The story begins on Cinderella's wedding day.  She and her Fairy Godmother realize they must solve a riddle before Cinderella can marry the Prince.  So off to Storyland they journey to find the answer.  While Cinderella visits with her friend, Sleeping Beauty, Fairy Godmother ventures forth to meet a variety of pixies and fairy tale characters like Little Red Riding Hood, Belle from Beauty and the Beast and Jack from The House that Jack Built.  Each encounter brings elegant dancing, a chorus of song and theatrical frolics in addition to clues to their puzzle.    At the end of Fairy Godmother's quest, the students help solve the riddle.  Cinderella, (who incidentally has just finished graduate school) may now marry the prince.

Fairy Godmother - is a fictional character bedecked in a twinkly lavender gown replete with roses, lace and jewels.  Her gossamer wings and diamond-covered crown and wand complete her magical attire. 

Best for Graces K-3

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Sunday, 18 February 2018 17:43

Mother Nature

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Mother Nature packs a powerful message with her depiction of the natural world. Combining ecology with mythology, Mother Nature and her friend, The Fairy Queen, teach the importance of preservation.  After being informed by the Fairy Queen that some "animal" is harming our ecosystems, Mother Nature heads off to [your town] to find the offending mammal.  Northeast habitats such as a pond, a forest and the sea shore are depicted using both indigenous animal and imaginary "fairy life".  Through stories, dance and improvisation, emphasis is placed on how humans impact various ecosystems and how conservation is our responsibility.

Mother Nature - the mythological Mother Nature passionately strives to maintain a balance in nature.  She is connected to the "fairy-world" and can see, hear and talk with water sprites, fairies and animals who inhabit the ecosystems in which we live.

Best for grades K - 3

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