Our livestream special offers classrooms a convenient, online-accessible option for experiencing educational theatre.
This 35-minute show presents a virtual lesson in water conservation 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 water’s importance and the hazards of pollution.
Through puppetry and sing-along for grades K-2 and in-depth discussion questions for grades 3-6, students are prompted to consider how we can use water wisely after watching each sketch:
Scene 1: Two members of the Aqua League, Captain Doorknob and his 27th mate Swabby, are trying to figure out their lunch plans. Little do they know, a villain lurks nearby!
Scene 2: Captain Doorknob and plumber Delbert Clogg face water waster from the deep Dame Judy Drenched! Can they persuade her to stop polluting water?
Scene 3: Captain Doorknob investigates Tory Misu’s Dockside Café, where he has a final showdown with Dame Judy Drenched.
Students and teachers will also have access to a Q&A with the host and an exclusive e-learning package that includes The Aqua League Power Play classroom game, e-books, graphic novels, quizzes and lesson plans for the classroom that reinforce concepts from the show.
The e-learning package is reinforced by printed materials including student playbooks with games and activities to further students’ learning as well as full-color graphic novels that tell a dynamic story about water conservation.
Watch to learn how Power Play is used in the classroom.