Touring Shows

The Stinky Cheese Man

 

The Stinky Cheese Man...

Grades K – 5

Show Description:

Did you miss the Stinky Cheese Man at the Theatre Institute at Sage? TIS’s production of The Stinky Cheese Man is now available to tour to your school.  Based on the Caldecott Honored book, this production includes such favorites as Chicken Licken, the Really Ugly Duckling, Little Red Running Shorts and, of course, the Stinky Cheese Man.

Tour Details:

This self-contained stage production can easily be performed in your school’s auditorium, gymnasium or cafeteria.  The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales, is a 50 minute interactive production that is perfect for pre-K through 5th grade.

Maximum Audience of 150 students per performance. Up to two performances per school day.

Tours available: 

January 2016 – April 2016 School day performances available on Wednesdays. 

Fee Structure:   
$450 per single performance/ 150 students    
$850 two performances/ same school/ same day/ 150 students per performance.  

Looking for a fundraising Opportunity?  Are you tired of selling things to raise money?  How about a fun show that both kids and adults will think is hilarious. Book a performance of The Stinky Cheese Man, set your own ticket price and sell your own tickets.  Fundraising performances available on select weekend and evenings call to schedule. 

Contact:

Heather Hamelin
(518) 244-4504
hamelh@sage.edu

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         IT'S GOOD TO BE NICE!

                THE B-BOMB SHOW

                       HEY BULLY! Listen to THIS...

The Theatre Institute at Sage has three self-contained touring productions available to Capitol Area schools. Our touring productions require little to no technical support from the host school and are designed to fit in any space large enough to accommodate the size of the audience as well as comply with NYS Learning Standards. The flexibility of these touring productions as well as their application to, and relationship with current issues school teachers and students face daily make these shows a wonderful addition to the teaching environment.

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It's Good To Be Nice 

It’s Good To Be Nice!

PreK - Grade 2

This production presents early steps in giving respect and being respected. Through a series of pop-up scenarios students will figure out what to say in everyday situations and how what is said makes them and others feel.

It’s Good To Be Nice Show Description:

Through the use of everyday scenarios this fully staged production invites the students into real-world situations and encourages audience member participation. This interactive, four person traveling production includes study guide, talk-back and opportunity for teacher evaluation.

Tour Details:

The performance is approximately 20 minutes in length with a total running time of 35 minutes including talk-back. The show is self-contained, requires no tech support from the host school and is designed to fit in any space large enough to accommodate the size of the audience.

Maximum audience of 150 students per performance. This production is adapted to the age of the audience. For this reason, we suggest grouping audiences by age group.

Up to three performances per school per day.

Tour available:

January 2016 - June 2016, 8am to 2pm.

Fee Structure:

    $500 per single performance/ 150 students

    $900 two performances/ same school/ same day/ 150 students per performance.

    $1,200 three performances/same school/same day/ 150 students per performance.

Contact: 

David Bunce

(518) 244-4505

bunced@sage.edu 

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The B-Bomb Show

Grades K-5

The “B” is for Bully. Developed for students in grades K-5, The B-Bomb Show is designed to equip students with skills and strategies to combat the bully.  Studies show that the most effective approach to altering the bully culture is to empower the victims and the bystanders with strategies with which to deal and defuse the situation.

The B Bomb Show Description: Through the use of puppets, sets and props, this fully staged production invites the students into real-world scenarios and encourages audience member participation. This interactive, four person traveling production includes study guide, talk-back and opportunity for teacher evaluation.

Tour Details: The performance is approximately 30 minutes in length with a total running time of 45 minutes including talk-back. The show is self-contained, requires no tech support from the host school and is designed to fit in any space large enough to accommodate the size of the audience. Maximum audience of 150 students per performance. This production is adapted to the age of the audience. For this reason, we suggest grouping audiences by age group. Up to three performances per school per day.

Tour available:

January 2016 - June 2016, 8am to 2pm.

Fee Structure:    

$500 per single performance/ 150 students    

$900 two performances/ same school/ same day/ 150 students per performance.  

   $1,200 three performances/same school/same day/ 150 students per performance.

Contact: 

David Bunce

(518) 244-4505

bunced@sage.edu


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HEY BULLY! Listen to THIS...

HEY BULLY! Listen to THIS...

Grades 6-8

Developed for students in grades 6-8, Hey Bully! Listen to This… is designed to equip students with skills and strategies to survive.  Studies show that the most effective approach to altering the bully culture is to empower the victims and the bystanders.

Hey Bully! Listen to THIS... Show Description:

This show provides a clear-eyed (real world) view of the issue of bullying, which aims to empower victims and bystanders. The cast uses transcripts of actual student voices and environmental percussion to stimulate interaction and discussion within the classroom. *    The format of Hey Bully... is derived from the environmental percussion style of the Broadway show Stomp. Consequently, there are times when the volume of the performance might disturb students and teachers in adjoining classrooms. For this reason, we suggest a more independent space such as a gymnasium or auditorium.

Tour Details:

The performance is approximately 30 minutes in length with a total running time of 45 minutes including talk-back. The show is self-contained, requires no tech support from the host school and is designed to fit in any space large enough to accommodate the size of the audience.* This interactive, four person traveling production includes study guide, talk-back and opportunity for teacher evaluation. Maximum Audience of 90 students per performance. Up to three performances per school day.

Tour available:

January 2016 - June 2016, 8am to 2pm.

Fee Structure:   

$500 per single performance/ 90 students    

$900 two performances/ same school/ same day/ 90 students per performance.

$1,200 three performances/same school/same day/ 90 students per performance.

Contact:

David Bunce

(518) 244-4505

bunced@sage.edu


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Ben's Lightning Round

"True or False, Ben Franklin is alive and well, and hosting a game show in your school.. TRUE! Who doesn't like history? And what better way to learn history than from someone who lived it?

Ben's Lightning Round Show Description:

Grades K-5 In this presentation, Founding father Benjamin Franklin guides students through key events in his life with a fun, interactive game show performed right in the classroom, where Ben is the host!

Tour Details:

The performance is approximately 35-45 minutes inlength with a total running time- depending on your needs. The show is self contained, requires no tech support from the host school and is designed to fit in any space large enough to accommodate the size of the audience. Maximum audience of 40 students per performance. Up to three performances per school day.  

Fee Structure:

  • $150 per single performance/ 40 students
  • $225 two performances/ 40 students per-performance/ same school/ same day
  • $300 three performances/ 40 students per-performance/ same school/ same day
  • CALL OR EMAIL TO SCHEDULE PERFORMANCES

Contact:
David Bunce
(518) 244-4505
bunced@sage.edu

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For more information on availability for Theatre Institute at Sage In-School programming, check out our In-School Workshops or contact DAVID BUNCE at bunced@sage.edu.