The Water Pirates of Neverland: Search for the Great Green Octopus is a 25-minute assembly about water conservation and pollution for students in grades K-6. Two professional actors portray several characters in this in-school educational play. World-famous oceanographer Pierre Cleauseau searches the ocean deep for a mysterious creature while learning about saving water and stopping pollution along the way.
"I look forward to this program every year. Thank you for providing such an engaging and educational production. You create a meaningful experience for the children so they don't even know they are learning! Bravo!"
Pre-K Teacher, Virginia Beach Friends School, Virginia Beach, VA
"It was an outstanding and engaging performance. The material was educational and very well presented. A+!"
3rd Grade Teacher, EARTHS Magnet School, Newbury Park, CA
"What a wonderful performance! The show addressed the science standards we are studying!!! Thank you for such a great program."
5th Grade Teacher, California Elementary School, La Puente, CA
"Lively! Entertaining! Most importantly, EDUCATIONAL! Loved it! Please come back!"
1st Grade Teacher, Maxson, El Monte, CA
The National Theatre for Children
6305 Sandburg Road, Suite 100
Minneapolis, MN 55427
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