Programs hosted at Green Hills


Courtesy of Harlan County Schools Recently, a group from Kentucky Shakespeare presented a dramatic performance of “Living History: We the People” at Green Hills Elementary School. A 60-minute performance focused on the history of the United States of America and our rights and responsibilities as members of a democratic society. Artist educators brought primary source documents to life, giving students the opportunity to ‘meet’ these historic figures and ‘see’ how they helped sculpt the society in which we live today.


In a recent program at Green Hills Elementary School, The Squallis Puppeteers performed “Moose Gets Ready.” In addition to the performance, puppeteers from Squallis led workshops throughout the afternoon giving students the opportunity to create their own puppets from scratch.


Courtesy of Harlan County Schools

Recently, a group from Kentucky Shakespeare presented a dramatic performance of “Living History: We the People” at Green Hills Elementary School. A 60-minute performance focused on the history of the United States of America and our rights and responsibilities as members of a democratic society. Artist educators brought primary source documents to life, giving students the opportunity to ‘meet’ these historic figures and ‘see’ how they helped sculpt the society in which we live today.

In a recent program at Green Hills Elementary School, The Squallis Puppeteers performed “Moose Gets Ready.” In addition to the performance, puppeteers from Squallis led workshops throughout the afternoon giving students the opportunity to create their own puppets from scratch.

Courtesy of Harlan County Schools Recently, a group from Kentucky Shakespeare presented a dramatic performance of “Living History: We the People” at Green Hills Elementary School. A 60-minute performance focused on the history of the United States of America and our rights and responsibilities as members of a democratic society. Artist educators brought primary source documents to life, giving students the opportunity to ‘meet’ these historic figures and ‘see’ how they helped sculpt the society in which we live today.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Green-Hills-Shakespeare.jpgCourtesy of Harlan County Schools Recently, a group from Kentucky Shakespeare presented a dramatic performance of “Living History: We the People” at Green Hills Elementary School. A 60-minute performance focused on the history of the United States of America and our rights and responsibilities as members of a democratic society. Artist educators brought primary source documents to life, giving students the opportunity to ‘meet’ these historic figures and ‘see’ how they helped sculpt the society in which we live today.

In a recent program at Green Hills Elementary School, The Squallis Puppeteers performed “Moose Gets Ready.” In addition to the performance, puppeteers from Squallis led workshops throughout the afternoon giving students the opportunity to create their own puppets from scratch.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Green-HIlls-puppets.jpgIn a recent program at Green Hills Elementary School, The Squallis Puppeteers performed “Moose Gets Ready.” In addition to the performance, puppeteers from Squallis led workshops throughout the afternoon giving students the opportunity to create their own puppets from scratch.
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