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The 411: Youth


Storybook Theatre at FNES


Storybook Theatre at FNES
Students at Floresville North Elementary School watch the Storybook Theatre performance of “Goldifox and the Two Hares.” This highly interactive show incorporates nutrition facts, familiar sayings, and twists on nursery rhymes.


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Storybook Theatre, Texas’ most unique and dynamic touring children’s theatre, made its way to educate and entertain students at Floresville North Elementary School. Founded in 1991, the group tours across the nation performing a blend of theater arts and storytelling that is designed to promote literacy in our youth.

Often classified as “edutainers,” they combine entertainment skills and education techniques to engage their audiences, creating a desire in young minds to excel in reading and life. Using costumes, puppets, props, exaggerated voices, singing, and lots of interaction with the children, Storybook Theatre brings popular children’s classic tales and original stories to life right before the eyes of their young audiences.

For more information, visit www.sbtheatre.com.
 

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