RepTouR is Elm Street’s Repertory Touring Troupe focusing on education and literature through the performing arts. RepTouR’s goal is to travel to local elementary schools (grades K-6) within Cherokee & Cobb Counties providing students with a positive experience of interactive theatre through their own stories and ideas, expressing educational literature in creative ways, and presenting the knowledge of the theatrical arts in their community.
Reservations are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. *The FREE 2018 tour ONLY APPLIED TO the month of MARCH. Any show requested outside of the month of March 2018 will require payment. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RepTouR provides a performances for Grades K-6 and are age-appropriate. Each RepTouR performance is live and interactive. The performances are geared toward a school assembly-type format and last approximately 45-50 minutes. Students who attend may get a chance to provide their own creativity for the show. Each performance will be structured according to the available troupe members. Here’s a breakdown of what is involved in RepTour’s school performances.
The RepTouR troupe members will be performing short scripted plays lasting approximately 15-20 minutes of the show. Only one of the literary plays can be chosen for each performance. Literary Plays include: Horton Hears A Who by Dr. Seuss or Snow White & the 7 Dwarves (Commedia) by Nicole Adkins.
Build-a-Story: RepTouR will create and perform a story or skit instantaneously with the students through suggestion and participation. The stories created will be educational, interactive, and TONS of fun! All stories are age-appropriate.
Class Stories: Students will submit stories that have to do with any creative or educational topic (cartoons, sports, etc.). The Troupe Leader will choose 4-5 written stories and the troupe then performs each story for the audience with little to no preparation.