The Grade A Showman!
Recommended Size 20 - 700
Programme Format On-site
Cost $2000.00 Per session
Primary Art Form - Sub-Genre Dance - Contemporary, Jazz, Hip-hop/K-pop, Urban
Student Profile Primary Lower, Primary Middle, Primary Upper
Secondary Art Form - Sub-Genre -
Venue (where applicable)
Programme Synopsis The Grade A Showman – a mini-musical inspired by The Greatest Showman, featuring a wide range of dance genres and colourful characters. The Grade A Showman follows our protagonist, RINGO, on his journey to making his circus, the Grade A Circus, the best circus in the world. Accompanied by acro artists ACRO and BAT, strongman MUSCLE, and the BEARDED LADY, they must recruit super star Ben The Singer to join their circus. In his pursuit to recruit BTS, RINGO loses sight of his initial dreams. Can his circus of friends remind him of what it truly means to build a community and family? Learning Objectives: This programme will introduce students to various dance genres. Genres featured include Hip Hop, Jazz, Contemporary, K-Pop and Street Jazz. Students will be able to identify different elements of a musical performance. Students will be able to identify the key values discussed in the musical, including Teamwork and Responsibility, as well as key competencies, including relationship management and social awareness. Students will have a deeper understanding of different performing art forms, and different genres of dance available.
Focus Areas Appreciate Arts & Culture, Acquire Skills & Knowledge, Articulate Thoughts & Ideas
Point of Emphasis Life Skills
Lesson Goal #1 Appreciate and identify different dance genres
Lesson Goal #2 Acquire knowledge on elements of a musical
Lesson Goal #3 Articulate thoughts and ideas via Q&A and audience participation
Audio/Sound System, Microphone
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