Debuting this year, our Livestream Special offers classrooms a convenient, online-accessible option for experiencing educational theatre.
This 35-minute show presents a virtual lesson in emergency preparedness for grades K-6. Through an interactive web platform, a live host will introduce entertaining sketches featuring a variety of characters in professionally filmed scenes from our live theatrical productions – and guide classrooms to participate in a discussion on how to plan ahead and seek out help in case of a wildfire:
Penelope Planner pays a visit to her aunt, Dr. Ima Scientist, to see her latest inventions – and learns about the difference between hazards, emergencies and disasters in the process.
The imposing Queen Bee has called upon her favorite worker bee, Bjorn Drone, to help reconstruct the recently destroyed hive and learn about why it’s important to have a family communication plan.
Called to the mysterious lair of a notorious villain, superhero costumer Cape Cod teaches Calamity Dwayne about how wildfires start.
Old school friends, chef Lorraine Quiche and firefighter Blaze Ashman, reunite to learn about who to seek for help in an emergency – and to rekindle their middle school crush.
Students and teachers will also have access to a Q&A with the host, and an exclusive e-learning package that includes e-books and graphic novels, games, quizzes and lesson plans for the classroom that reinforce concepts from the show.
- The difference between a disaster, emergency and hazard
- What a family emergency plan is
- How wildfires start
- Who to seek for help in an emergency