Andrea Lovett
In this community-building program, students learn the elements of story structure and discovetheir storytelling skills as Andrea guides them to perform personal narratives in front of an audience. Beginning with familiar stories and fables, students use open-ended questions and mapping to identify and pick apart the fundamental elements of a story—characters, setting, and outcomes.
Bamidele Dancers & Drummers

Sekou Sylla of Guinea, West Africa, teaches students to play percussion music from Guinea and Senegal, and some rhythms from the Carribean.

Behind the Mask

Behind the Masks workshops offer students hands-on-experience in mask making and mask-based-performance with the guidance of experts.

Corey DePina

Corey will take students through the early history of hip hop and its four elements – MC-ing, DJ-ing, breakdancing and graffiti – to inspire them with the possibilities of creating something positive out of nothing

Dennis Staroselsky

Using theatrical devices and writing techniques, students will explore social issues of their choosing while writing their own scenes to be performed.


Acclaimed percussionist, educator, activist and Grooversity maestro Marcus Santos leads an ensemble of drummers and dancers


Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it!

_StoriesLive collage 6x3StoriesLive® teaches students how to develop a personal narrative through the art of storytelling. Students’ engagement with English Language Arts is enhanced as they hone their skills through what is often a transformational public speaking experience.

Mass Movement, Inc

Mass Movement, Inc, offers in-school and after-school workshops and residencies through Young Audiences of Massachusetts with a focus on integrating dance in the classroom.

New England Gilbert and Sullivan Society

Welcome aboard, matey! Join in the fun as the Pirate King, Ruth, and Frederick meet Mabel and the Major General for some olde English merriment.
Norah Dooley
Norah Dooley is a critically acclaimed storyteller and children’s author whose books,Everybody Cooks Rice, Everybody Bakes Bread, and Everybody Serves Soup teach about the commonalities that bring us together—lessons worth repeating again and again!
Pam golden

Students experience the ancient artform of working with clay, a fun, flexible process for making artful objects.

Raul gonzalez

Students hone their visual communication and storytelling skills through hand-drawing their own original graphic tale with the guidance of award-winning artist Raul Gonzalez.


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