Where does one go when you have total math amnesia.

As the show begins Candace has her music “drummed” out of her by an overbearing gang who will tolerate no music but their own. The play that follows is an exploration of world rhythms in search of Candace’s “beat.” Students work alongside artists from Brazil, West Africa, India, China, Ireland, and the Narragansett Tribe of Rhode Island.

Andrew longs to travel the world but is stuck in the small village of Matunuck RI He gets washed away in a hurricane. With help from creatures of the sea he makes it ashore in an unknown land. There he meets a storyteller from an ancient culture, a miller, an artist. He visits a theater, a one room school and books passage on a fishing boat. When the boat sets off with out him, Andrew discovers that he never left home at all, but now finally sees the wonderful things that have been there all along.

Holly accidentally falls through the hydroscope and is transformed into a water molecule.  This play follows her adventures as she travels the water cycle from evaporation to precipitation and back again.  With some help from her friends she regains her human form with a new appreciation for H2O.

A brilliant professor invents the GIZMO that can tell him how to get anywhere. But, he drops the GIZMO and it becomes evil. Instead of directing him to Rhode Island, it sends the professor and his assistant all over the world. Eventually, GIZMO leads the professor to the cone of a volcano and tells the professor to jump in, but, his assistant throws the GIZMO in the volcano instead. On their trip back they get lost at sea: washed overboard and more adventure ensues.

Extra-terrestrials land on earth to find the perfectly positioned person to make a difference in the ecological future of the planet.  They select Everett Pearson, a decidedly uninterested candidate for the job.  Through educational song and dance and time traveling tourism they enlighten Everett to the point of a dramatic epiphany.

This multifaceted performance uses song, dance, video and dramatic monologues to trace the history of the right to vote in the United States: from its infancy in 1776 through women’s suffrage and the civil rights movement up to passage of the 26th amendment to the Constitution granting 18 year olds the vote in 1971.  Using some of the most powerful historical speeches on the subject, actors share first person accounts of the struggle.

Two neighboring kingdoms must work to overcome their isolation, fear, and distrust in this saga of knights, dragons, and damsels in distress.  Jesters, dragon’s minions, and wizards complete the mix in this colorful fable.

As the show begins Michelle has her music “drummed” out of her by an overbearing gang who will tolerate no music but their own.  The play that follows is an exploration of world rhythms in search of Michelle’s “beat.”  Students work alongside artists from Brazil, West Africa, India, Japan, Brittany, and the Narragansett Tribe of Rhode Island.

This mystery leads Brett through a variety of literary genres in search of the kidnapped librarian.  His exploration through both fiction and non-fiction lead to a confrontation with the Black Knight and the ultimate of our heroine.

When a high school student is abducted by non-corporeal aliens for research he is given the scientific designation 3405.  Using advanced technology the aliens peer inside the various systems of his body, including circulatory, respiratory, digestive, and nervous systems.  One of the aliens grows alarmed at the effects of cigarettes and alcohol on their test subject, and frees the student before a harmful dose of cocaine is administered.

Holly accidentally falls through the hydroscope and is transformed into a water molecule.  This play follows her adventures as she travels the water cycle from evaporation to precipitation and back again.  With some help from her friends she regains her human form with a new appreciation for H2O.

Two students are granted their wish never to look at art again. They find themselves in a black empty void. In order to return to their own time and space they must navigate 4000 years of art history: from cave paintings in France & terra-cotta soldiers in China through the Impressionists and the Harlem Renascence.

Extra-terrestrials land on earth to find the perfectly positioned person to make a difference in the ecological future of the planet.  They select Everett Pearson, a decidedly uninterested candidate for the job.  Through educational song and dance and time traveling tourism they enlighten Everett to the point of a dramatic epiphany.