From A Crash To A Bang: Music and narration
about the Depression based on oral histories. (also available as a
storytelling program; Read
Letters In The Margins: Meet a young Jewish
couple working for the resistance movement during World War II in this
two-person one-act play. (For more information on this program, click
Salute To Swing: Music and narration featuring the music of World
Meet Margaret Bourke-White: photographer Margaret Bourke-White
remembers W.W.II. (Available as a first-person character program or
as a storytelling program)
Ordinary People In Extraordinary Times: Stories
From World War II: This storytelling program features stories from
this unforgettable time like the harrowing tale of Margaret
Bourke-White and 400 nurses who were torpedoed on their way to Africa,
the story of Rodger Young
who became a hero through his selfless courage, and the touching story
of the soldier and the girl "back home" who continue to write
to each other to this very day.
storytelling programs are researched, scripted Reader's Theatre presentations.
you know that during the Depression Knock-Knock Jokes were popular?
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