Category Archives: Storytelling

Thank you, Girl Scouts!

Thank you, Girl Scouts!

Girl Scouts Week is celebrated from March 11-17, 2018. Girl Scouts Week commemorates the day in 1912 when Juliette Gordon Low founded the very first girl troop of scouts with 18 girl members in Savannah, Georgia.
Girl Scout show
The Mystery Shop is honored to have performed many, many shows for Girl Scouts. Here is a partial list of towns that have hosted our Girl Scout performances.
Addison
Algonquin
Antioch
Aurora
Barrington
Bartlett
Batavia
Bensenville
Bridgeview
Buffalo Grove
Carol Stream
Chicago
Darien
Elgin
Elk Grove
Elmhurst
Gurnee
Homer Glen
Homewood
LaGrange
Lake in the Hills
Lake Villa
Lombard
Long Grove
Naperville
New Lenox
Northfield
Oak Forest
Oak Park
Orland Park
Palatine
Park Ridge
Plainfield
Roselle
Schaumburg
South Elgin
Streamwood
Sugar Grove
Tinley Park
Woodridge
Milwaukee, WI
Celebrating Girl Scout Week
Ready to book your Girl Scout show?  Call 630-690-1105 or e-mail us at tms@TheMysteryShop.com.
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Celebrating National Girl Scout Week

Celebrating National Girl Scout Week

It’s their journey … In keeping with the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, we have several shows that tie in perfectly with Girl Scout programs and journeys: It’s Your Planet, Love It!  (for Grades K-3) The show is called The Mystery of the Missing Moon. Someone has stolen our moon, and it’s up to us to… Continue Reading…

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

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

It was 17 years ago today that we performed our STEP Program for the first time (February 5, 2001). The client was Lines School in Barrington. 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,… Continue Reading…

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