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Kravis-On-The-Road takes arts education programming into the classroom and into the lives of many students who might not otherwise have the opportunity to experience live theater.

Pre-Registration for 2024-2025 is now open. For more information, call 561.651.4251.

With support from The Palm Beach Country Club Foundation

Origami Tales

October 9-11
Performance Length: 45 minutes 
Suggested Grade Level: K-6
Suggested Curricula: Music, Theater
Welcome to the infinite world of Origami! In Japanese, ori means “to fold” and gami means “paper”. Using origami, music and audience participation, Kuniko provides a magical introduction to Japanese culture and the art of simplicity. In “Origami Tales”, mythological character masks & puppets, amazing flowers and a dragon—all made from origami—set the stage, while Kuniko shares heartfelt stories from ancient Japan.

Virtue Reality

October 21 – November 1
Performance Length: One hour 
Recommended Grade Levels: 3-5 
Suggested Curricula: Character Education, Language Arts, Social Studies, Theater 

Yowsa, yowsa, yowsa! Let’s talk about the virtues! “What’s that?” you say. What are virtues and who needs them anyway? Well, lads and lassies, step right up, spin the Wheel of Virtue and you’re sure to find out! We’ll do a little “character education” with our characters to see which virtues they have and which ones they might need to come by. And get this: your class will spin the wheel to decide what stories we tell. Meet the famous and not so famous, the real and not-so-real, the good and not-so-good, as we learn what Virtue Reality is all about.

Marian Licha - A Magical Journey Into Latin America

November 6-8
Performance Length: 30 minutes 
Suggested Grade Level: K-6
Suggested Curricula: Language Arts, Spanish, Geography
In “A Magical Journey into Latin America,” Marian shares the Puerto Rican folktale stories of Juan Bobo, her own personal anecdotes, and short bilingual songs in an engaging program that lifts the spirit with humor and life-lessons from the oral tradition. This cultural experience will enrich your school’s language arts program and entertain students at the same time. Students are encouraged to use their imagination during the performance as Marian brings each character to life by using different voices and animal sounds.

Westward Go! performance photo. Cast mid-performance depicting shock and excitement on their adventure.

November 18-22, December 2-6

Performance Length: One hour
Suggested Grade Level: 3-8
Suggested Curricula: Language Arts, Social Studies, Theater
How did America get so bigWestward Expansion, that’s how! And if you want to know what that means, you’d probably have to ask Thomas Jefferson. Or Lewis and Clark. Or SacajaweaOr maybe the ‘49ersOr the Mountain MenOr the Pony Express ridersOr the transatlantic railroad buildersWell, maybe we will‘Cause we’re StoryMakers and that’s what we do! We’ll ask few and get some answers, too! 

Queen Nur. Sweet Potato Pie And Such

February 5-7

Performance Length: 45 minutes
Suggested Grade Level: K-5
Suggested Curricula: Character Education, Language Arts, African Studies, African American Studies, Music
A flavorful seasoning of tales from the African and African American Oral Tradition that will ground you in tradition, butter you up with joy and delightfully sweeten your mind. Designed for audiences to participate, celebrate and “Jubilate.” Values are indelibly remembered through lively folktales, fables, and fairytales.

• Front Office personnel should be informed and prepared for company arrival (we will arrive 60-75 minutes prior to the scheduled performance time)
• Designated performance space must be reserved one hour prior to scheduled performance time and ½ hour following performance time for load-in and load-out.
• Students may load-in no earlier than ten minutes prior to the performance
• Playing space should be no smaller than 15’ x 25’ (or as close as possible) and should be cleared and clean
• Seating should be arranged in front of playing space for optimal viewing
• Two dressings rooms are requested for the actors to change into performance costumes (teacher lounge/Staff Dining with restrooms work great!)
• Kindly remind teachers to have their conversations outside of the theater space during the performance
The company will arrive by Kravis Center van at least one hour prior to the scheduled performance for load-in and set-up. The Production Stage Manager, a Kravis Technician, and the cast will check-in with the Front Office upon arrival for sign-in and direction to the designated performance space.

Kravis-On-The-Road Request Form

  • In order to receive a performance free-of-charge at your school, complete the form below. If a Kravis-on-the-Road performance is awarded to your school, a confirmation email will be sent to you.
  • Two performances are available, with 30 minutes between performances. *The earliest performance time is 9 am. Performance lengths vary. Minor technical needs may be required.
  • In lieu of a signature, I enter my name and the date below in agreement.
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