Our Productions: Living History Series
Below we provide a brief description of our productions in the Living History Series. Although we list specific age groups, all of our works have and can be performed for audiences of all ages.
This theatre piece relives the life and times of nine historical civil rights figures, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, Thurgood Marshall and others. Through stirring monologues, scenes, and vignettes, all of these characters are brought to life by three actors. This production contains gospel music and other songs made popular by the era.
Social Studies, Theatre, English, Civics, U.S. History, African American Studies, Communications
40 minute performance, grades 6-adult
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Written by Dexter J. Singleton, music by Jenny Nelson
This play features original music, song, stylized movement, spoken word and three actors playing more than two dozen roles. About the story of La Amistad, its deck revolt and Connecticut trials of the Africans onboard, this new production is a fresh retelling of a piece of America’s history. Funded in part by Children’s Theatre Foundation of America and Carolyn Foundation.
U.S. History, Cultural Diversity, Social Studies, Language Arts, Theatre
45 minute performance, grades 4-adult
To book these productions, please call us at (203) 809-3557 or email email@example.com.