Through audience participation, comedy improv and theater games (similar to “Whose Line is It Anyway?”) mystery stories unfold before the audiences’ eyes.
Posts Tagged: storytelling
These interactive stories share a common theme: harvest season in New York State.
Provide students with hands-on insight into the world of acting. Designed to encourage students to develop their own stories, poems and plays, activities include theater games, creative dramatics, comedy, improv techniques and audience participation.
Celebrate snow with stories of the season! Travel with us to the United States, Romania and Mexico. Wintertime holiday stories may be included upon request.
This program celebrates gardening as a universal pastime, with garden stories from Kenya, Puerto Rico and England.