Author Alison O’Leary presents the true story of men and women pitted against the sea during World War II―an unforgettable portrait of the determination of the human spirit that will challenge your knowledge of the war.
In this S.T.E.A.M. theater program, George shows the human side of Albert Einstein and illuminates his theories with engaging experiments.
With striking photography, traditional dress and artifacts, stories, songs and a little bit of traditional dance, Tanzanian Maasai Warrior Isaya Olepoura brings students into the world of his tribesmen.
Actor and teaching artist Stephen Collins performs interactive one-man shows and teaches workshops that introduce high school students to great writers and thinkers including Robert Frost, William Shakespeare, Socrates and Walt Whitman
In a moving and inspiring performance featuring young actors, Terezin: Children of the Holocaust provides an historical context within which to examine hatred, prejudice, and indifference.
Drawing from the techniques and traditions of various dance styles including classical ballet, modern, hip hop, and West African, Urbanity dance artists use contemporary dance to communicate a story of empathy, a story of partnership, and a story of emotion.
Veronica Robles dons an array of vibrant costumes, performs rousing dances, and sings passionate songs that bring Mexican culture to life.