Welcome to Catholic Community Choir’s third and final summer camp this year, Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. We look forward to working with all the campers in this fun and exciting show! The story of our show follows a new teacher, Tom, right before he starts his first day of teaching. He’s very nervous about meeting the children and starting a new job. He turns on the television to calm his nerves and sees that Schoolhouse Rock is on. Soon, the characters from the TV show come out and sing to Tom about the many lessons he will teach his students!
Today has been a great start to a busy two weeks. The campers started learning the song “A Noun is a Person, Place, or Thing,” during stage time. Stage time is when the whole cast learns songs or dances from the show together, instead of in their age groups. This happens twice a day. In dance class, the campers learned the dance to “A Noun is a Person, Place, or Thing.” In art class, the children made pictures that will be hung in the lobby during the performances. Due to the rainy weather, games were located in the cafeteria. Nevertheless, the campers had lots of fun playing Musical Chairs and Detective Frog. In faith formation, the children talked about yesterday’s Gospel. As you can see, the children are staying busy and having lots of fun!
Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. features all the classic songs from the TV show, such as “Three is a Magic Number,” “Just a Bill,” “Conjunction Junction,” “Interjections,” and so much more! We can’t wait for you to see our show on Friday, August 18th at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets are available online or at the door. The ticket link is here. Keep reading our blog for daily updates of camp.
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Catholic Community Choir, founded in 2007, is a children’s theater organization rooted in faith and fun center stage. For more info on CCC, visit our website or call 610-544-5217
Authored by Kristina Goldhorn