SCCT travels all over the Upstate to area schools and we’d love to bring our touring programs to your school. Please have a look and click to learn more about each of the opportunities below. Want to come to us instead? Click here!
Tell-Me-A-Story Theatre TO GO
Appropriate for Ages: Pre-K to Early Elementary | CLICK HERE to see show titles and to learn more.
TMAS is a chance for wee ones to hear a favorite story read and acted out! The material will likely include audience participation segments or simple audience interaction and will last no longer than 30 minutes – perfect for young, wiggly patrons!
Elementary School Tour:
Appropriate for Ages: K4-3rd Grades | CLICK HERE to learn more.
Thank you to the 36 Upstate schools who made this tour season of elephant & Piggie’s “We Are In A Play!” our most successful to date! Serving almost 8,000 students from Greenville, Hartwell, Laurens, Pickens, and Spartanburg Counties, we thank you for sharing the performing arts with your students!
Check back for next season’s touring title and available dates in April.
Bullying Prevention Tour: The Boy Who Cried Bully
Appropriate for Ages: 3rd Grade | September, October and November ONLY | CLICK HERE to learn more.
Based on the famous Aesop’s Fable, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, The Boy Who Cried Bully teaches as well as entertains. This script lays the foundation for the continued Bullying Prevention efforts at the Middle School level and provides the elementary aged audience with a specific action plan should they be confronted by a bully. It also stresses the idea that bullying comes in many forms.
Bullying Prevention Workshops: Middle School
Appropriate for Ages: 6th Grade | September, October and November ONLY | CLICK HERE to learn more.
Bullying Prevention workshops are conducted by trained adult facilitators and are provided to individual classes in order to serve all sixth grade students in one school day. The workshop is thought provoking, engaging, educational and memorable for the students and includes dramatic role-play so students can test their responses in a simulated bullying situation.