Description

Recognized as edutainers (educational entertainers), the award-winning traveling troupe Storybook Theatre of Texas (SBT) has provided family-friendly entertainment for literally millions of children in theaters, schools, and libraries since 1991. A recipient of the 2014 China Children’s Theatre Festival Excellent Play Award and named an NEA American Masterpiece artist in 2009, SBT travels nationally from New Braunfels, Texas. SBT’s interactive 30-45 minute programs are available year-round. Programs include: Two Pigs and T.H.E. Wolf, The New Little Red Riding Hood, Doing What’s Right Can Never Be Wrong, Cooking Up Fun with Idioms, Country Mouse, City Mouse, Goldifox and the Two Hares, Allie In Historyland, and Country Mouse, City Mouse World Tour. New in 2020 is the community parent-night personality-based program, Who’s Living Under Your Roof? Each program offers different themes, highlighting bullying, character traits, making wise choices, friendship building, idiom phrases, good nutrition, environment, nursery rhymes, diversity, and history. In addition, their singing, puppetry, interactive participation, and use of sign language has won rave reviews. Storybook Theatre’s goal is to promote literacy and help children and families grow stronger together, become confident, courageous, and positive influencers in their communities. Extension lessons/Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills are online at www.sbtheatre.com. Photo by Steve Slate of Captured Keepsakes.

Additional information

Discipline

Theater

Contact name

Lynn Draper

Contact address

10415 Teich Loop New Braunfels TX 78132

Phone 1

210-658-6450

Phone 2

830-214-7136

Email

sbtheatretx@gmail.com

Public performance

$1000 – $3000

School performance

$600 – $2400

Workshop fees

$600 – $2000

Travel per diem lodging

$200 – $2000

City

New Braunfels

Website

http://www.sbtheatre.com

Special audiences

Festivals, Hands-on activities, Libraries, Schools

School audiences

Elementary, Pre-K

Venue size

Larger, Medium, Smaller

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