2022-2023 Fall Performances

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  • "JazzSLAM" - In-School Residency

    "JazzSLAM" - In-School Residency

    Location:  Limited to 10 individual and pre-approved school locations

    Date & Time:  To be determined by participating locations and artist

    Grades: 4 - 5

    Subject Areas:  Language Arts, SEL, Social Studies, Math, Music

    Gold Coast Jazz Society presents JazzSLAM, an exciting, interactive and fast-paced musical program that integrates the music of jazz with elements of language arts, math and social studies to help students with critical thinking skills and strategies for test taking. The hour-long live and interactive presentation features a professional jazz quartet led by music educator Mari Bell. Students interact with the performance as they participate in a live “rhythm orchestra.” They learn how musical forms relate to essay writing as they follow the lyrics and sing along with the live jazz band. Students gain a greater understanding of math concepts such as fractions and percentages through the subdivision of rhythm and timing.   

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  • "Traditional Folk Forms of Jamaica" - Master Class

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    National Dance Theater Company of Jamaica - Master Class

    "Traditional Folk Forms of Jamaica"

    Date & Time:  October 3, 2022  10:00 AM

    Grades: 6 - 8

    Subject Areas:  SEL, Social Studies, Dance

    NOTE: This performance is at the Miramar Cultural Center

    This masterclass will be an introductory technique and theory class on the traditional folk forms of Jamaica. The techniques to be taught have a strong African retention within their expression. This will include Kumina, Dinki Mini, Gerreh, John Canoe and Revivalism. Participants will experience the accompanying rhythm to each form, learn about the practitioners and where they performed in Jamaica. They will demonstrate the fundamental movement principles that underpin their unique movement expression within the Jamaican folk culture. It is especially designed for participants in middle school.

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  • "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"

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    "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"

    Location:  Broward Center Amaturo Theater

    Date & Time:  October 6, 2022  10:00 & 11:30 AM

    Grades: K - 2

    Subject Areas:  Language Arts, SEL, Music

    **SEAS Plus Workshop Available**

    This brand new, fun-filled musical from Virginia Repertory Theatre is based on the concepts in Carol McCloud’s award-winning children’s books, “Have You Filled a Bucket Today?,” “Growing Up with a Bucket Full of Happiness" and Ann Marie G. Halstead's book "The Bucket Filling Fairy." The books and play use the concept of a “bucket” to show students how to express kindness, appreciation and love to be “bucket-fillers.”  The play focuses on the benefits of positive, thoughtful behavior.  “Have you Filled a Bucket Today: The Musical” relays the joys of friendship and compassion for both the receiver and the giver.  Help teach students to be bucket-fillers rather than bucket-dippers with this musical performance designed to promote healthy relationships, self-esteem, and bring character education to the front-and-center stage at your school.

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  • "Traditions of Chinese Acrobatics"

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    "Traditions of Chinese Acrobatics" 

    Location:  VIRTUAL ONLY

    Date & Time:  October 10 to October 20, 2022  

    Grades: K - 8

    Subject Areas:  Dance, Foreign Language, Physical Education, SEL, Theatre

    In “Traditions of Chinese Acrobatics”, Ms. Li gives students a broad overview of the acrobatic art form.  Curriculum links with the Chinese language and culture, as well as physical education, are made throughout the show.  Specific focus is given to Chinese New Year.

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  • "Bill Blagg's Magic in Motion"

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    "Bill Blagg's Magic in Motion"

    Location: The Parker

    Date & Time:  October 17, 2022  11:30 AM

    Grades: 3 - 7

    Subject Areas:  Science, SEL, Theatre

    Bill Blagg’s Magic in Motion melds the fascination of magic with the wonders of physical science to create an unbelievable educational experience. In this highly visual, interactive show, students will be on the edge of their seats as they explore how science creates magic right before their eyes. Students learn how to create illusions using core scientific principles such as force, energy, friction, motion, gravity and more.  Together with Bill, they apply these principles in a variety of magical experiments that bend the laws of science and create the impossible.  Science and magic collide as students instantly become stronger than their teachers, stop moving objects with their minds, and even make a teacher’s cell phone invisibly travel through time. This show inspires students to investigate how physical science can create magic while also playing an important role in their daily lives. 

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  • Slow Burn Theatre - "Little Shop of Horrors" **2.5 hour performance**

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    Slow Burn Theatre  "Little Shop of Horrors" (2.5 hour long performance with 15 min. intermission)

    Location: Broward Center Amaturo Theater

    Date & Time:  October 19, 2022  10:00 AM

    Grades: 9 - 12

    Subject Areas:  Dance, ELA, Music, SEL, Social Studies, Theatre

    **Chat back with the cast available from 12:30 - 1:00 PM

    Feed the need for musical comedy with this delicious sci-fi smash about a man-eating plant. The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names "Audrey II" after his coworker crush. This crude, R&B-singing carnivorous Venus fly trap promises unending fame and fortune to the down-and-out Krelborn, as long as he keeps feeding it blood. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II's out-of-this-world origins and plans for global domination. Little Shop of Horrors is a satirical comedy, critiquing the social values, virtues, and vices of times past and present. Howard Ashman and Alan Menken (Disney's The Little Mermaid, Beauty And The Beast, and Aladdin) are the creative geniuses behind what has become one of the most popular shows in the world. A Slow Burn Theatre Company production.

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  • "The Selfish Giant's Garden" - In-School Residency

    "The Selfish Giant's Garden" - In-School Residency 

    Location:  Limited to 5 registered and pre-approved schools

    Date & Time:  October 24 to October 28, 2022   Times to be determined

    Grades: K - 3

    Subject Areas:  Language Arts, SEL, Theatre,  Visual Arts

    Bits ‘N Pieces’ “The Selfish Giant’s Garden” is based on Oscar Wilde’s famous fairy tale about a giant who learns it’s never too late to share. The production features lathe-turned wooden marionettes. The puppet’s simple wooden surface is left so children can use their imagination. The hair is made of rope, the eyes of shiny brads. The string puppet children are round and smooth, while the Giant is boxy and rough. The musical show contrasts selfishness and sharing. How does a Selfish Giant learn to share? Watch our preview here https://youtu.be/OvHHL5mwfTE   
     

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  • "SchoolHouse Rock LIVE!"

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    "SchoolHouse Rock Live!"

    Location:  Broward Center Amaturo Theater

    Date & Time:  October 24 and 25, 2022   10:00 & 11:30 AM

    Grades: 3 - 5

    Subject Areas:  Dance, ELA, Math, Science, SEL, Social Studies, Theatre

    **SEAS Plus Workshop Available**

    The Emmy Award winning 1970's pop culture phenomenon comes to the musical stage! The action begins when a young school teacher, nervous about his first day of teaching, tries to relax by watching TV. Suddenly, the Schoolhouse Rock bunch appear in his home and help him to instruct his students on a variety of subjects including Math, Science, History, Politics and Grammar. Through a series of classic songs like "Unpack Your Adjectives" , "Just A Bill" and "Conjunction Junction", this multimedia treat shows a whole new generation of young people that learning can be as fun as you choose to make it.

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  • "It's OK to Be Different"

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    "It's OK to Be Different"

    Location:  Broward Center Amaturo Theater

    Date & Time:  November 2 & 3, 2022   10:00 & 11:30 AM   **November 3  10:00 AM - SENSORY INCLUSIVE**

    Grades: K - 3

    Subject Areas:  ELA, SEL, Social Studies, Theatre

    **SEAS Plus Workshop available**

    Three contemporary stories by New York Times bestselling author and illustrator Todd Parr come to life with Parr’s signature blend of playfulness and sensitivity.It's Okay To Be Different, adapted and staged for young audiences, cleverly delivers the important messages of acceptance, understanding, and self-confidence. "The Earth Book"is a sweet homage to our beautiful planet, inspiring everyone to do their part to keep the Earth happy and healthy. "This is My Hair"is a funny exploration of how silly hair can be and that, no matter how your hair looks, always feel good about yourself. It’s Okay To Be Different encourages early literacy, enhances emotional development, celebrates multiculturalism, and promotes character growth.

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  • "Sons of Mystro"

    "Sons of Mystro"

    Location:  The Parker

    Date & Time:  November 7, 2022   10:00 & 11:30 AM

    Grades: 6 - 12

    Subject Areas:  Music, SEL

    Sons of Mystro features two violin virtuosos. They interpret more than ten different genres of popular music, including reggae classics, American pop songs, and their own original works. Accompanied by a DJ and a drummer in a high-energy concert. South Florida-born brothers Malcolm and Umoja both learned to play violin as students in Broward County Public Schools – from Bethune Elementary to Parkway Middle to Dillard Center for the Arts! Winners of the Emerging Artist Under 21 Award at the International Reggae and World Music Awards, these artists were mentored by the genre-breaking, Grammy-nominated group Black Violin who say, “these artists are an innovative musical force that is ready to take the world by storm!” 

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  • "Haiti: A Cherished Land" - In-School Residency

    "Haiti: A Cherished Land"  In-School Residency

    Location:  Limited to 3 registered and pre-approved schools

    Date & Time:  November 7, 9 and 10, 2022  Time to be determined at each location

    Grades: 3 - 8

    Subject Areas:  ELA, SEL, Dance, Theatre, Visual Arts

    Se Sa Entertainment will showcase various dances, tunes, and traditional attire from Haiti. Some of the dance styles the audience will see are traditional Haitian Folklore dance, Kompa, and much more. Haitian dance originates from West Africa. The costumes and traditional Haitian clothes will bring awareness to the beautiful culture and traditions of Haitian people.

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  • "Commanding Space"

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    "Commanding Space"

    Location: Broward Center Amaturo Theater

    Date & Time:  November 9 & 10, 2022  10:00 and 11:30 AM  (Virtual Programming available from Oct. 27 to Nov. 18)

    Grades: 5 - 12

    Subject Areas: ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, SEL, Theatre

    In the midst of the Civil Rights Movement, young Annie Easley knows she can be something more. In this true story of dreams, hardships, and self-determination, Annie becomes one of the first African-American human computers at NASA. Initially working on airplanes, she soon realizes her destiny is to be on the team of mathematicians that launch the Centaur Rocket into the Space Race. Commanding Space is an important story about a persistent and intelligent woman whose desire to succeed in science and technology proved stronger than the prejudice that would have denied her. This performance contains rich curriculum connections to STEM, Rocket Science, Civil Rights, the Space Race, Voting Rights, Social Emotional Learning, English Language Arts, and Theatre.

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  • "The Pied Piper and Other Fantastic Tales" - In-School Residency

    "The Pied Piper and Other Fantastic Tales" - In-School Residency 

    Location:  Limited to 5 registered and pre-approved school locations

    Date & Time:  November 14 to November 18, 2022   Times to be determined

    Grades: K - 2

    Subject Areas: ELA, Math, Music, SEL, Science, Social Studies

    In The Pied Piper and other Fantastic Tales, Donna Wissinger draws young students into a musical magical world of active listening and imagination. Weaving a piper’s spell with her golden flute, she mesmerizes students with her stories of galloping horses and legendary heroes to teach musical rhythm and descriptive vocabulary. Myths from far-away lands and secret wardrobes expose students to culture and new instruments. The lively story bag engages students in deductive thinking and dramatic representation to exercise, taking the words off the page and into comprehension. The Pied Piper embraces science, mathematics, social studies, language arts and the intangibles of laughter and awe!

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  • "Ronald K. Brown - Evidence Dance"

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    "Ronald K. Brown - Evidence Dance" 

    Location: Broward Center Amaturo Theater

    Date & Time: November 18, 2022   11:00 AM

    Grades: 9 - 12

    Subject Areas: SEL, Dance

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  • "Holiday Traditions Around the World"

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    "Holiday Traditions Around the World"

    Location:  Broward Center Amaturo Theater

    Date & Time:  December 1 & 2, 2022    10:00 and 11:30 AM

    Grades: K-5

    Subject Areas: Dance, Music, SEL, Social Studies

    This fast-paced, rollicking musical takes a joyous around the world tour of the dances, songs and stories from Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and many more. Students will sing, clap and tap along as they learn new and old traditions, customs and folklore that instill the magic of the season. This wonderful jubilee creates a memorable and heart-warming experience that celebrates the true spirit of cultural diversity. Now in its 23rd year of touring!

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