Virtual productions for schools & birthday parties
The Missing Dinosaur Adventure
Baby Dinosaur is missing! Can you help get her back? In this virtual adventure, the Magical Storyteller guides children on a wild search through prehistoric lands. Children can dress up as their favorite dinosaur (or any other character!) to join in the fun.
Virtual Preschool Tour - Available for preschool/pre-k classes of up to 16 children per performance.
Recommended for ages 3 – 6.
Movement and participation-based story drama.
No reading required.
Presented live on Zoom – 45 Minutes.
From a teacher:
”Thank you all! That was fun for all — teachers included. The children stayed really engaged even though they were in their own homes and not in the classroom together. We’d love to do another show in the future. This is such an inventive way to do theatre!”
From a parent of a birthday girl:
“Thank you so much for making Phoebe’s birthday special while we all stayed safe! What a wonderful party!”
From a parent whose child attended a weekend show:
“My girls LOVED the show. My 6-year-old daughter Amelie said, "That was the best ever!" and then she retold us the entire story from beginning to end. They loved every minute of it, and it was just a brilliant way to play and act through Zoom. Well done! We are excited to participate in your next show for younger audiences.”
Edith Wilmans on her Campaign Tour
Bring history to life for your students and celebrate Texas women who left their mark on U.S. political history! This highly interactive theatrical adventure is inspired by REAL events. 'Great for Texas and U.S. History classes for grades 4 and 5, or ages 8-12.
The year is 1926 and Edith Wilmans is running for Governor — against another woman! You’re invited to attend a rally where you’ll meet Edith. As the first woman elected to the Texas State Legislature, she has a lot to say about politics and women’s suffrage. Learn about the history of women voting, important issues in the 1920s (many similar to important issues 100 years later), and why political representation matters. Come prepared to share what issues are important to you — Edith wants to hear them!
Click here for our downloadable study guide!
Presented live on Zoom – 50 minutes
Ideally, this event serves between 8 and 16 students, each on their own Zooming screen, but we can adapt to fit your situation for up to 25 students if needed. Can present three programs per day.
The Movie Set Mystery
Everyone on the set of Alien Ambush is terrified because Bentley Bile, the notorious movie critic, is coming! One bad review and all their careers will be over. He arrives, and then suddenly he goes missing! An undercover detective must find out who is responsible. Is it the Director? The Makeup Artist? The Cue Card Holder? Every child will have a role to play and will gather clues to solve the mystery. No one knows whodunit until the end!
Short character speeches will be emailed in advance and all children will read additional dialogue from the screen during the play.
Presented live on Zoom – 75 Minutes.
Available for classroom groups of up to 16 students per performance.
Recommended for ages 8 – 11.
”We all absolutely loved it! I was a bit misty-eyed hearing all the connections my students made. We used the character-building part of the packet beforehand which really helped them. Thanks for creating such a great resource for us teachers!”