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2020-2021 Virtual Season - School Performances

The Curtain Will Rise Again

Bring the joy of theatre directly to your students this school year as the curtain rises virtually on a season of stories centered in community and kindness.

Your purchase gives you access to the top-quality productions Children’s Theatre is nationally known for. Each show is professionally filmed for a unique viewing experience. Resource Guides aligned with Core State Standards and NCES curriculum accompany each show to help bring learning lessons for students to life.

The magic doesn’t stop there. Each streamed performance includes access to behind-the-scenes footage, conversations with members of the creative process and other educational opportunities.*
Photo right: A scene from Grimmz Fairy Tales, one of our four virtual performances this season. Photo by John Merrick
The Velveteen Rabbit






The Velveteen Rabbit

Available December 2020 - March 2021

For Grades K-3


Adapted by Michelle Hoppe-Long | From the story by Margery Williams
A child's love of his favorite toy literally brings this story to life.
A little boy awakens Christmas morning to discover a Velveteen Rabbit among his gifts. Adored at first, then cast to the toy box, the Rabbit is snubbed by the other toys for being old-fashioned. Over time, a friendship blossoms. The Velveteen Rabbit learns what it means to be truly loved by the Boy - and the smiles and tears that come from being "real". Adapted from the classic book, this poignant story has charmed generations of families and continues to be cherished by audiences today.
Themes: Becoming one's self, unconditional love, friendship
GRIMMZ Fairy Tales






GRIMMZ Fairy Tales

Available January 2021 - March 2021

For Grades 3-8


By Christopher Parks, Rahsheem Shabazz, and Ron Lee McGill
Brothers put a spin on classic fairy tales in this hip-hop revelation for the younger generation.
Jay and Will Grimmz, the hip-hop fable story dance-pop sensation, have come back home to the city where they grew up to give a concert. They’re known not just for their sounds but for their powerful storytelling, an inventive remix of familiar classics. The brothers put a modern spin on valuable life lessons in Snow White and the Seven Shawties, Down with Rapunzel, Hanzel & Gretel: Lost in the Hood, and their brand new release based on Rumpelstiltskin. Pay your bling, hear them sing and get ready to drop the mic in this unforgettable theatrical experience.
Themes: Understanding and appreciation, helping others, the power of music
My Wonderful Birthday Suit






My Wonderful Birthday Suit

Available February 2021 - March 2021

For Grades K-3


By Gloria Bond Clunie
A surprise birthday party gives three children something truly amazing to celebrate - their differences.
Rainbows, moonbeams and a bit of birthday magic make for a super-fun party! But friendships are questioned when judgements and comments about skin color slip out. By sharing experiences, the children learn important lessons about understanding and acceptance that pave the way to forgiveness. This spectacular story told with music, an awesome puppet named Bobo the bird and the wonder of a magical Thinking Tree will give everyone something to ponder. Each of us is a gift “wrapped” in our own unique way but it’s what’s on the inside that truly makes us special. This powerful conversation-starter proves that you’re never too young (or too old) to be kind.
Themes: Tolerating differences, acceptance, understanding and celebrating diversity
Tropical Secrets: Holocaust Refugees in Cuba






Tropical Secrets: Holocaust Refugees in Cuba

Available March 2021 - April 2021

For Grades 3-8


By Margarita Engle | Adapted for the stage by LM Feldman
Kindness casts a welcomed light against the dark shadow of the Holocaust.
11-year-old Daniel has escaped Nazi Germany and finds himself alone on the shores of Havana, Cuba. He meets spirited 12-year-old Paloma who has some painful secrets of her own. Through their unlikely bond, she introduces Daniel to the language, music and history of Cuban culture. However, once Cuba enters the war these two young friends are faced with some dangerous choices that will ultimately test their friendship. This production is part of The Kindness Project.
Themes: The Holocaust, Cuban history and culture, immigration, kindness
Package Options
  1. Purchase a single show as well as all add-ons* for $300.
  2. Purchase two shows to serve the entire school as well as all add-ons* for $500.
  3. Purchase three shows to serve the entire school as well as all add-ons* for $750.
  4. Purchase four shows to serve the entire school as well as all add-ons* for $900.
*Add-ons include access to behind-the-scenes footage, conversations with members of the creative process and other educational opportunities.

For more information, please contact Margot Parrott: margotp@ctcharlotte.org or 704-973-2808