We prorate. Unlimited makeups to be completed during the session.
In order to avoid overcrowding, you must call and schedule a makeup. Contact us to find out more about classes, camp, parties and group instrumental lessons!
Mother Goose: Prime Time Rhyme | Stages Productions
Open registration - December 1, January 6 - March 1, 8 week session. This is a shoe free environment. Adults, please bring or wear socks. Children can be barefoot. I've been in the mess hall sleeping under a table. You need to tell the truth! This concludes the first third of the script. It was a HUGE success with rave reviews from both the students and the parents. Thanks for yet another great musical! A new favorite! That's it! Your purchase gives you the right to use the play with as many classes as you wish, to photocopy the script for your actors, and to put on as many performances as you wish.
This one-time purchase gives you a lifetime license. A: Every musical play comes with the script and a page Teacher's Guide that provides lots of tips and advice for using the play from start to finish.
Most Popular Articles
Q: I'm just one teacher putting on a play. If I use the play with multiple classes, do I have to purchase multiple licenses? A: No! Your purchase gives you a lifetime license to be used with as many actors and classes as you wish.
- Welcome to Etsy!.
- Madonna: Gay Icon.
- Cracked Soul Mirror: Napuklo Ogledalo Duae.
- The Lascivious Transformation (Origins of the Supernaturals).
A site license is the economical choice when a whole school or grade level wants to put on the same play. This comes with three copies of the play or one digital download and permission to make copies for any additional participating teachers, as well as all the actors. You do NOT need to purchase both a site license and individual copies of the play; just buy one or the other.
Do they have to be the same play? The discount applies whether you are purchasing multiple copies of the same show or single copies of multiple shows. Q: What is the difference between the printed and digital versions?
All events for Music with Mother Goose @ Central Library
Which one should I get? There is no difference in terms of content. The printed version of a musical play comes with an audio CD in a plastic sleeve in the back of the book. The advantage of the digital version is that you will not pay shipping and you can start using it instantly. Please read the question following this one about the technical requirements for digital files. Advanced technical knowledge is not required; but please note that we do not have the ability to offer technical support for issues related to digital files.
If you are unsure, it is probably best to stick with the printed version. You can always exchange a product for another or get a full refund. No time limits, no questions.
Mother Goose, Inc.
A: Yes! Consider the play to be a jumping-off point. You are always welcome to change or omit anything that doesn't work for your class, administration, or parents. You are welcome to rewrite lyrics, lines, or jokes -- or add your own!
The kids love doing this, by the way. A: We say that you should allow for one week within the U. International orders usually take around two weeks to arrive. See our royalty page to view the rates and pay. Musical Play: "American Symbols". Musical Play: "Aesop's Fables Deluxe".
Mother Goose's Melodies – New Interpretations by Fumio Yasuda and Theo Bleckmann
Musical Play: "Character Matters". Printed Sheet Music. Update Price. Song Samples jquery mp3 player. Overall Customer Rating:. Write a review!
Read all reviews. Jacquita Vevay Indiana. I love your materials.
- Stick the Interview!
- Amerikanisierung von Wahlkämpfen in Deutschland (German Edition).
- Becoming Native To This Place (Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures Book 13);
- music for Mother Goose's Melodies?
- GIRLS IN TROUBLE [A BETTE BRICKNER LESBIAN ADVENTURE].
- Seventeen Stones.
- Polymer Clay Mixed Media Jewelry: Fresh Techniques, Projects and Inspiration.
I use students from grades I have about 30 students who meet after school. I have done it for 20 years. I have used Bad News Press for many of them. I tried the easier stories this year so our performance might appeal to our younger students. I like the story, but I did not have the students sing the roles. We are chanting, rapping, or simply saying the nursery rhyme and using the songs as speaking roles.
I've found the audience does not love song after song after song. See my review of Anansi We will perform this at the end of February.