A world premiere by Debora Threedy
NINTH ANNUAL FREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TOUR SERVING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS STATEWIDE AUGUST 2021-MAY 2022
The story of a gator named Alli and a heron without a name who form an unlikely friendship as they follow a thinning river in search of a new home.
A tale of fishing and friendship created specifically for grades K-3.
Students in grades K-3 will meet Core Standards in Drama, Science & Engineering, Language Arts, and Library Media.
INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
After experiencing ALLI AND #3, students will understand how human activity impacts the natural world and that living things must adapt and/or migrate to survive. Students will be able to: (1) explain the difference between weather and climate, (2) offer examples of different types of habitats and organisms found in those habitats, (3) understand that human activity causes changes in the environment, (4) offer examples of animals adapting and/or migrating to survive adverse circumstances, and (5) understand how cooperation can lead to solutions to problems that would be impossible to achieve individually.
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CAST & CREATIVE
By Debora Threedy
Above: Performed by Talia Heiss (Alli) & Benjamin Young (#3)
Below: Performed by Pedro Flores (Alli) & Sammee Jackman (#3)
Rehearsal Stage Manager Sam Allen
Videography by David Evanoff
Tour Manager Kallie Filanda
Lighting Design by Pilar I.
Pre- and Post-Show by Sharah Meservy
Directed by Jerry Rapier (SDC)
Designed by Arika Schockmel (SPM)