Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Our puppet, juggling and mime show was a great success on May 5. Mr. Suspenders had kids twirling plates and Mrs. Treasure had them planting oats, peas, beans and barley before Jazek's show about Jack and the Beanstalk. She also sang a scary giant song which was based on the opera by Henry Lasik.
The Falmouth Cultural Council sponsored this afternoon for kids, and it was great fun!

Through her grant, Mrs. Treasure has been busy this Spring, doing Head Start programs in South Boston on a monthly basis. She is also planning a  program for  children who still remain at the center throughout  the Summer. In the Fall, a drama course is planned in conjunction with the Perkins School which will be starting in September and ending with a performance on November 21 at the new, Joseph Tynen Learning Center.

Here on the Cape our Spring play is Theodore and His Friends, which was developed at the KCCoombs School in Mashpee, and is now being prepared for Arts Alive. We are currently looking for young actors, and tryouts will  be in West Falmouth on May 30 after school. We also hope to make a TV program and perform at the local library.