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By: Zippity2dad  09-12-2011

Educational shows for school assemblies (K-5) 
"Character Performance - Preparing Children for the Biggest Stage of All - Life!"
Join Tagg and Shawn, two dads with plenty of character, as they teach children the importance of making the right choices in their lives!  Though adventure, drama, music and more, they cover six important character traits: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Caring, Fairness, and Citizenship!  This lively show will not only educate, but it will also captivate, through fun and memorable entertainment.
"Thumbs Up: A Musical Revue of Character"
**Brand new show for Fall '06** 
This fully-customizable, musical revue is filled with original songs and teaching covering many important character traits, such as trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, citizenship, caring, self-esteem, forgiveness, thankfulness, imagination, and more!  The show also teaches children that they are unique and helps them to learn to focus on their great qualities and the good things they do!
"The Earth Story: One Person Can Make a Difference!" 
This delightful play will take students on an 'Earthly' adventure with the wasteful Earthenezer Skrooge - a man that desperately needs to learn about the delicate balance of our planet.  Through memorable songs and dialogue, the ghosts of Earth Day past, present and future show Mr. Skrooge how to turn his 'Earth-damaging' habits into 'Earth-friendly' habits.  Perfect for Earth Day assemblies, this play will teach students how to have fun and be creative, while practicing the three R's.  Will Mr. Skrooge change his wasteful ways?  Book your assembly today to find out!
"Imagination: Imagine the Possibilites!
**Brand new show for Fall '06** 
Welcome to the wonderful world of imagination!  Through improvisational theater, students will find great fun in being creative and using their imagination!  Language and listening skills will be heightened, as students learn to "imagine the possibilities". 
(Age-appropriate improvisational theater games are done throughout the show to include K-5)