Treasure Time brings Books To Life

Treasure Time Brings Books To Life

Drama Programs2020-02-07T10:18:08-04:00

Treasure Time Drama Programs®

This dramatic experience is about having an opportunity to put on a play and be part of a team.

After children read a picture book, they perform a short musical skit. They become involved in the process of creating scenery, props, and designing costumes. The culmination of this eight week session is a performance for family and friends, which is also an occasion for family engagement. These programs also serve for cable TV shows.

Tico Tango

The Parrot Tico Tango steals fruit from his friends. As he tries to hold it all and fly away, [...]

Snow Bears

Aliki is an eskimo girl with a team of dogs crossing the ice. When she stops and dismounts her [...]

Theodore

Theodore was going to see his Uncle at the other end of the forest but he hurt his leg. All [...]

A Play in 90 minutes
$450

After hearing the story, practice and put on a play with some of the costumes and props in Mrs. Treasure’s suitcase. Invite the audience in for the last half hour, and end with singing and dancing for everyone.

  • The Tico Tango Show- The Parrot Tico Tango by Anna Witte
  • Theodore – That’s What friends are For by Heide & Van Clief
  • Gerald – Giraffes Can’t Dance by Andrede & Parker-Rees
  • Summer Food Chain and Big Fish – Dory Story by Gerry Palotta
  • Eskimo Version of Three Bears – Snow Bear
  • Crazy, Mixed Up Farm – Four Legs Bad, Two Legs Good by DB Johnson

Plays
$2000
Plays can also be contracted for 8-10 hourly sessions.  This dramatic experience is about having an opportunity to put on a play from beginning to end. The culmination is a scheduled final performance for family and friends, and sometimes a cable TV show. Practice sessions can be held weekly during a school term or daily during a vacation period.

STEAM
Treasure Time Programs serve as teaching models, which demonstrate the reading of a picture book along with songs, creative movement, and related art activities. Programs also have components of Math and Science, thus comply with requirements for STEAM (Science & Technology, interpreted through Engineering & the Arts, all based in Mathematical elements).