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S.T.E.P. – Storytelling Enrichment Program

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All ages! Our S.T.E.P. program is designed to unleash imagination and creativity through the art of Storytelling. Participants will learn that every story needs a little SCAMP (Setting, Characters, Action, Message/Moral, Problem) as they create and present their own unique stories!

Two versions available:

One two-hour session: A general overview designed to get the creative juices flowing.

Five one-hour sessions: Participants work in teams to create, rehearse and present a fully formed story, culminating in a live performance for family and friends.

 

Ages:  No age restrictions (adults and children)

Min/Max: 5/50

For the timeless art of storytelling, check out our STORYTELLING Program.

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Father’s Day Mysteries and Crime Fiction

Father’s Day Mysteries and Crime Fiction

The Mystery Shop wishes all the fathers (and grandfathers) out there a happy, relaxing Father’s Day.  In honor of your special day, here are some Father’s Day mysteries and crime fiction.  Also a list of Father/Daughter and Father/Son mystery books.  Take the rest of the day off – and read! FATHER’S DAY MYSTERIES Father’s Day… Continue Reading…

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CSI: Kids (Creating, Solving, Interacting)

CSI: Kids (Creating, Solving, Interacting)

It was nine years ago today (June 16, 2009) that we performed the K-2 version of CSI:  Kids  (Creating, Solving, Interacting).  The client was Little People Daycare Center in LaGrange, and it was performed by Terra Cipra and Mary Heitert.  Terra is also the playwright of this script. CSI: Kids is designed for small groups… Continue Reading…

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