Last October, the premier performances received rave reviews from teachers, students, and parents: “Fantastic!, Fun!, Loved it!, Great messages for children!, Fits perfectly into students classroom lessons!, Teaches recognition of people’s differences and similarities.”
The musical’s heroine is Shayna the “Student” who becomes Shayna the “Princess,” a strong, independent, and self-confident young woman. Girls and boys alike will relate to the way Shayna deals with challenges during her difficult Vision Quest. Students will cheer when Shayna shares her Invisible Visible Gift of love, self-worth, and acceptance to harmoniously reunite the four villages of the Kingdom of Kindness, which have built Yellow, Blue, Green, and Orange stone walls of mistrust and misunderstanding around their villages.
Along with Shayna, students will learn the skills needed to deal with real life challenges such as: bullying vs. friendship, acceptance vs. rejection, fear vs. security, trust vs. suspicion, and harmony vs. chaos.
The songs, suspense, and humor beautifully translate every day concerns into this engaging and educational performance. The musical is adapted from my books: Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift and What Color Is Your Brain?®. The Teacher’s Activity Guide for “Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift” is a classroom tested companion and extensive resource that bridges the musical’s meaningful messages and the Brain Color Concepts into your classroom.
Call Jen at 609-647-3137 or email Jen for ticket information if you are in the South New Jersey or Philadelphia area.
If you cannot attend The Invisible Visible Gift musical, you can still bring Princess Shayna’s timely and timeless messages back to your classroom and/or school to build your own Kingdom of Kindness with my books and/or a Author School Visit Program. You can call me at 847.526.4185 or send me an email message.
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