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2017-18 Assembly Series
Bring NJPAC to your
school today!

carolyn dorfman dance
in dance/stories
Folk tales from around the world are reinterpreted through
song, speech and movement in Carolyn Dorfman Dance’s
signature work for children, Dance Stories.

Grades: 3–8 • Curriculum: D, L, H
Single Performance: $2,500
Back-to-Back Performances: $3,200


all the world’s a song:
shakespeare on jazz
Award-winning composer and pianist Daniel Kelly transforms poetry from Shakespeare’ most beloved plays into
original jazz songs. A treat for Shakespeare aficionados
and beginners alike, this show will have students leaving
the theater singing lines from A Midsummer Night’s Dream,
Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth.

Grades: 8–12 • Curriculum: L, M, H
Single Performance: $2,500
Back-to Back Performances are not available

Travel with Carly on a visit to the rock garden that reveals
that it’s always cool to do the right thing – because Character Rocks! This highly-interactive assembly teaches the
components of good character, including respect, integrity,
compassion and citizenship.

Grades: PreK–2 • Curriculum: L, H
Single Performance: $2,000
Back-to-Back Performances: $2,700

Curriculum Areas for SchoolTime Series:
D Dance • L Language Arts • C Multicultural
M Music • T Theater • S Social Studies
W World Languages • P Puppetry • H History
EL Early Learning • SW Spoken Word

hip hop aesop
Storyteller and beatboxer D-Cross adds a beat and a
modern sensibility to Aesop’s classic fables, including The
Lion and The Mouse, and The Boy Who Cried Wolf.

dance therapy

Grades: PreK–4 • Curriculum: L, C, M, T
Single Performance: $750
Back-to-Back Performances: $1,000

Choreographed by Newark native Maurice Chestnut — a
protégé of Savion Glover — Dance Therapy fuses the worlds
of tap and modern dance to explore the impact of gun violence on families and communities. The show was inspired
by the story of Chestnut’s niece, killed in a drive-by shooting
in Paterson.

Grades: 6–12 • Curriculum: D, C, H
Single Performance: $1,800
Back-to-Back Performances: $2,500

from jazz to hip hop:
featuring the
mark gross quartet
and dj mike
Learn the language, rhythms and cultural significance of
two of America’s greatest musical exports — jazz and hip
hop — through a musical journey that goes from swing
and bebop to rap.

Grades: 5–12 • Curriculum: H, M, C
Single Performance: $1,800
Back-to-Back Performances: $2,500

women and the word:
a poetic herstory
Newark’s own Sheikia Norris — aka rapper Purple Haze
— explores the mix of messages society sends girls about
what it means to be a woman, and how they can silence
that cacophony so they can hear their own inner voices. In
this piece, the audience meets three young women locked in
a school amphitheater, who challenge each other through
spoken word duels celebrating womanhood and self-expression.

Grades: 5–12 • Curriculum: T, SW
Single Performance: $1,500
Back-to-Back Performances: $2,200

973.353.8055 njpac.org/education • kconner@njpac.org

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