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February 2018

Jabber

Wednesday, February 14, 2018 @ 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
$9.00

A very funny and yet touching story it reminds one of Romeo and Juliet without the tragedy.  Jabber engages teens, teachers and parents in meaningful discussions on the judgments and assumptions we make based on each other’s perceived differences. This story challenges stereotypes and encourages real conversation around race, religion and identity. Through its use of humor and creativity, the production brings a new, relevant and age appropriate story to a traditionally underserved High School audience. At Fatima’s new high school,…

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May 2018

Doktor Kaboom – LIVE WIRE! The Electricity Tour, commissioned by the Kennedy Center 

Tuesday, May 1, 2018 @ 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
$8.00

This newest show explores the nature of electricity. What is it? What does it do for us? Where does it come from? With Tesla Coils, Van de Graaf Generators, and a ping pong shooting robot,                 Doktor Kaboom explains everything from voltage and current, to charges, conservation of energy, and plasma.  Doktor Kaboom is an over the top German physicist with a passion for science that knows no bounds. Sporting chrome goggles, orange lab coat, motorcycle boots, and wicked cool…

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Nugget and Fang

Thursday, May 10, 2018 @ 9:45 AM
$8.00

ArtsPower’s colorful new musical tells the story of Nugget, a minnow, and Fang, a shark, who get along swimmingly — until Nugget’s first day of minnow school. There, Nugget learns that minnows are supposed to be afraid of sharks! To regain Nugget’s trust, Fang takes desperate and hilarious measures. Nothing goes as planned. Fang is moping in deep waters when he notices that Nugget and his minnow schoolmates are caught up in some big trouble (and one very big net).…

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My Heart in a Suitcase

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 @ 9:45 AM - 11:15 AM
$8.00

While every student in America learns about World War II, not many people remember the Kindertransport.  Not many know that in 1938, as the Nazi rise to power began to spell a darker and darker fate for Jews, thousands of Jewish children from Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Austria left their homes on the Kindertransport and went to live in England.   In 1938 and 1939, 10,000 Jewish children living in Nazi occupied countries were permitted to leave their homes, via…

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