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October 4th - 10:30AM


Grades K-12

The Artrageous Show is a journey through the decades ~ stopping to admire unique icons, famous works of art and music throughout the journey. One of the things that make these portraits different from a portrait you would see in a museum is that you will see artists, live, in their make-shift studios creating paintings in an oversized way ~ accompanied by live music. The artists create each portrait paint at lightning speed and use their hands and brushes to create paintings on a giant scale. 


October 30th - 11:15AM

Dot Dot Dot: A New Musical

Grades K-8

DOT DOT DOT: A New Musical is an exciting new musical based on the Creatrilogy trio of award-winning picture books by New York Times bestselling author Peter H. Reynolds- The Dot, Ish and Sky Color. Adapted by Composers Keelay Gipson and Sam Salmond, the musical, like the series, celebrates the power of originality, self-expression, and opening our eyes to look beyond the expected.

When Marisol (Sky Color), a young artist and curator of the Musee de Marisol, decides that her gallery requires more than her own art, her search for emerging talent leads her to Vashti (The Dot), whose dots inspire Ramon (Ish) to become an artist in his own right.

The musical follows Marisol's journey to help her new friends, and her entire community, break free from self-criticism and learn to let their imaginations soar.


January 16th - 11:15AM

The Stinky Cheese Man

and Other Fairly Stupid Tales

Grades K-5

Based on the book by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith. Poor Jack. He’s got to use his wits to save himself from the terrible Giant, but a host of familiar fairytale characters keep messing up his plans—and then there’s that annoying Stinky Cheese Man! The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales deconstructs the tradition of the fairy tale. Characters slide in and out of tales; Cinderella rebuffs Rumpelstiltskin, and Goldilocks meets the Three Elephants. Nothing is quite the same as you remember it.


January 30th & 31st - 11:15AM

Mad Libs Live!

Grades K-8

Mad Libs Live! is a new, interactive musical based on the most popular word game of all time. The show follows four teenagers, Virtuosa, Gogo, Geyser and Merrily, as they band together to win a singing competition. When they realize their songs have some holes, its up to the audience to help them out!

Our story begins at the finals of Teen Superstars, the live TV show that will determine the most popular singing group at Blankville Central High. Virtuosa, Gogo, Geyser, and Merrily seem to have nothing in common – until just before airtime, when they realize that their songs are missing words! In the spirit of the "World's Greatest Word Game," our gang fills in the blanks with words from the audience! This truly interactive musical changes at every performance – thanks to you! Will GoGo get the girl? Will Geyser make new friends? Will Merrily come out of her shell? Will Virtuosa get out of the spotlight? And who will be the next Teen Superstars?? There is only one way to find out: Mad Libs Live!

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February 7th - 11:15AM

Cenicienta: Billingual Cinderella Story

Grades K-8

Ten-year-old Belinda is a budding poet and loves to tell stories, but when she’s stuck in the basement preparing for a party upstairs that her stepmother and stepsisters will host, she’ll have to get creative. It’s a story within a story; Belinda lives out her version while also re-enacting the classic tale of Cinderella, using whatever objects are at her disposal: napkins, teapots, and doilies, to name just a few. With these everyday items, a healthy dose of imagination, and a love of poetry passed down by her father, Belinda imagines a bigger world for herself...


When she learns that the party's special guest is (real life) writer Gary Soto, Belinda wants desperately to attend the party and share her own writings with Soto.  But to do that, she must learn to stand up for herself and take charge of her life and dreams. This captivating bilingual one-woman performance is a modern spin on the beloved fairy tale and tackles cultural heritage, family, and the power of language. 


March 18th - Times TBA

Jazz Reach

Grades 6-12 & K-5

Stolen Moments - Time TBA

Grades 6-12

Stolen Moments is a thoroughly captivating and informative program that introduces audiences to jazz music's rich history and to the names, faces and music of some of its many masters.

On a broader level, Stolen Moments also highlights the interplay between the jazz movement and the evolution of American culture throughout the 20th Century, emphasizing the ways in which jazz has acted as a unifying force, bridging cultural, ethnic and economic differences; stimulated cultural fusions and new stylistic idioms; exemplified democratic ideals; and influenced other genres of music, both in the U.S. and abroad.

Get Hip! - Time TBA

Grades K-5

Get Hip! is a fun, interactive introduction to jazz that illuminates the art form's cultural origins, concepts about improvisation and creative self-expression and explores the role and responsibility of each individual member of the jazz ensemble and how they all must work together to serve and achieve the collective goal of making great music.

Get Hip! also draws parallels between the ensemble, the bandstand and community as an effective means by which to promote important social values such as civic responsibility, teamwork, collaboration and cooperation.


May 7th - 11:15AM

Schoolhouse Rock Live! JR.

Grades K-6

Enhance your students' educational experience with a dynamic school field trip to witness the Sears Studio Performing Arts Academy's student production of "Schoolhouse Rock Live!" This engaging and entertaining performance aligns perfectly with various aspects of your curriculum. As your students enjoy the energetic renditions of iconic songs, they'll absorb fundamental lessons in history, grammar, math, and more – all presented in a lively and memorable format.

Our local student performers not only captivate with their talent but also inspire your students to explore subjects in a new light. This interactive outing reinforces classroom learning while fostering a deeper understanding through the power of music and theater. The production not only entertains but also complements your teaching objectives, making it an ideal addition to your school's educational field trip roster. Don't miss this opportunity to infuse excitement into learning and give your students a hands-on encounter with the timeless lessons of "Schoolhouse Rock Live!"

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October 23rd - 11:15AM

Mister C. Live - Air is Everywhere!

Grades 3-8

Are you ready for some hair-raising science, toe-tapping music and mind-blowing media? Join Mister C for an amazing day of learning in the lab as he explores all things air!

As the creator and host of the regional Emmy nominated show Full STEAM Ahead, Mister C is no stranger to finding exciting and engaging ways to explore STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) in our everyday lives.

Mister C is a 20 year educator whose mission is to transform how everyone thinks about learning and gets everyone singing, dancing and learning to the tune of science. Students and teachers will be amazed with this fun and educational series as Mister C uses humor, media and the engineering design process to make the ordinary EXTRAordinary!


November 6th - 11:15AM

Numbers Don't Lie

Grades K-2

 When two failing math students, Algie & Bree take a trip to an enchanted museum, anything can happen. (song-Endless Possibilities) After falling behind their tour group, the kids stumble upon an old broken-down exhibit called “The Brain.” The premise is that you can ask the Brain any question in the world, and it will answer the question using math. Curious about the exhibit, they try and get it to work, but to no avail so they start to leave. Suddenly, in a whiz bang flash, the brain comes to life and the excitement begins! Weaving in the 5 basic strands of elementary mathematics, this multi-media musical proves how throughout civilization, math has led the way in every facet of our history. (title song-Numbers Don’t Lie) Filled with fun audience participation songs like “The Tap Measure”, Algie & Bree can’t wait to get back to the classroom and share their new-found knowledge. In the rousing finale, “Math Rules”, the students learn that from sports to science, medicine to music, math is necessary in every part of our lives.


January 24th - 11:15AM

The Frog Prince

Grades K-2

Stages Productions magical tale of The Frog Prince comes to life with its timeless lessons of compassion, keeping promises, and true beauty. This powerful musical cleverly mixes these vital themes with great songs, comedy, dancing, and just enough romance to create a memorable experience for the whole family. Join the Enchanted Frog, the Beautiful Princess, and the Entire Kingdom as they learn that “you can’t judge a book by it’s cover, and you can’t judge a frog by his warts!”

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February 2nd - 11:15AM

Charlotte's Web

Grades K-4

Charlotte's Web is based on E.B. White's loving story of the friendship between a pig named Wilbur and a little gray spider named Charlotte. Wilbur has a problem: how to avoid winding up as pork chops! Charlotte, a fine writer and true friend, hits on a plan to fool Farmer Zuckerman. She will create a "miracle." Spinning the words "Some Pig" in her web, Charlotte weaves a solution which not only makes Wilbur a prize pig but also ensures his place on the farm forever.  

This treasured tale, featuring madcap and endearing farm animals, explores bravery, selfless love and the true meaning of friendship.


April 17th - 11:15AM

Rosie Revere Engineer & Friends

Grades K-4

Ms. Greer's classroom includes three inquisitive out-of-the-box thinkers. Rosie Revere has big dreams. Iggy Peck has a relentless passion for architecture. And Ada Twist's curiosity can lead her to solve any problem.

A fun musical based on the books Rosie Revere, Engineer; Iggy Peck, Architect; and Ada Twist Scientist by Andrea Beaty, which spotlights the STEM curriculum (focusing on science, technology, engineering and math).


May 1st - 11:15AM

Jack Hartmann and the Hop 2 It Band

Grades PK-3

Get ready for an unforgettable educational experience as Jack Hartmann and the Hop 2 It Band take the stage for a live concert! Jack Hartmann is a renowned children's musician and educator, known for his captivating and educational songs that make learning a blast. With a repertoire that covers topics like counting, phonics, math, and literacy, Jack Hartmann's music engages young minds while fostering a love for learning. This upcoming live concert promises to be an engaging and entertaining event, offering students a unique opportunity to groove, learn, and have a great time with the Hop 2 It Band. Don't miss out on this exciting chance to make learning come alive through the magic of music and movement!

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September 18th - 11:15AM

Have You Filled a Bucket Today?

Grades K-5

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? and Growing Up with a Bucket Full of Happiness. 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 front-and-center stage at your school.

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