- "My students were walking on air for days after the field trip.
We all loved the (Shakespeare) show! My kids were mouthing the words and rapt
the entire time."
- --Sean Sigler, teacher, Gardner Elementary
- "The actors understand the kids and make Shakespeare not only
accessible, but down to earth and downright fun!"--Tamie Nicoll, teacher,
Claremont High School
- "It feels good to write something and perform it. It’s a feeling
you can’t explain. At the end, you feel really proud of yourself and your
- --L. Lopez, student, Fremont High School
- " I know that the work you are doing is heroic and more
necessary each and every day. Watching the performers and teachers in your
company gave me great hope. "
- --Kate Fugle-Lezebnik, parent/teaching artist,
Campbell Hall Elementary
- "My kids really enjoyed the 5 weeks of rehearsal of different
scenes from Charlotte’s Web. They were able to have several parts, including
being … part of the scenery, so they always were a part of the scene. They
learned to move quickly to their spots, to be focused and present, and to be
able to express their feelings as different characters. They worked so well
together and became tighter as a team…..they understood the story very well."
- –Ann Myers, Grandview Elementary
- "…Our students were really impressed and are more excited about live theatre.
After reading Romeo and Juliet, seeing a film version, and seeing your stage
production, students were able to analyze the performance aspects of the script.
They really began to see how important the words and emotions are in order to
capture an audience members' attention."
- --Chris Lewis, Mountain View High