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Artrageous

Artrageous (Schools n Stage)

Artrageous

 

Schools n Stage

 

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Main Stage, $7, For Grades 6-12

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

Artrageous is a one of a kind interactive performance that incorporates many different art forms on the same stage. Students will get to experience live art, music, dance, life sized puppetry, and get to be part of the show. The images created are tailored to the younger demographic and include well known pop icons.

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Danu

Danú (Schools n Stage)

Danu
Photo Credit: Holst Photography

 

Schools n Stage

Reserve Your School Group

Main Stage, Free,

10:45 am For Grades K-5, 12:00 pm For Grades 6-12

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

Hailing from historic County Waterford, Danú is one of the leading traditional Irish ensembles of today. For over two decades, Danú’s virtuosi players on flute, tin whistle, fiddle, button accordion, bouzouki, and vocals (Irish and English), have performed around the globe. Danú takes its audiences on a musical journey to their native Ireland, offering a moving and memorable concert experience.

 

This program is paid for in part by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders in conjunction with funds from the NJ State Council on the Arts and the NJ Historical Commission through the Ocean County Culture & Heritage Commission, Freeholder Virginia E. Haines, chairwoman.

 

Ocean County Parks and RecreationNJ Historical CommissionNew Jersey State Council on the Arts  Discover Jersey Arts with Transparancy

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Danu

Danú (Schools n Stage)

Danu
Photo Credit: Holst Photography

 

Schools n Stage

Reserve Your School Group

Main Stage, Free,

10:45 am For Grades K-5, 12:00 pm For Grades 6-12

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

Hailing from historic County Waterford, Danú is one of the leading traditional Irish ensembles of today. For over two decades, Danú’s virtuosi players on flute, tin whistle, fiddle, button accordion, bouzouki, and vocals (Irish and English), have performed around the globe. Danú takes its audiences on a musical journey to their native Ireland, offering a moving and memorable concert experience.

 

This program is paid for in part by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders in conjunction with funds from the NJ State Council on the Arts and the NJ Historical Commission through the Ocean County Culture & Heritage Commission, Freeholder Virginia E. Haines, chairwoman.

 

Ocean County Parks and RecreationNJ Historical CommissionNew Jersey State Council on the Arts  Discover Jersey Arts with Transparancy

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Mandy Harvey

Mandy Harvey (Schools n Stage)

Mandy Harvey

 

Schools n Stage

 

Reserve Your School Group

Main Stage, Free, For High School and College

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

Mandy Harvey is a deaf American singer-songwriter. While a Vocal Music Education major at Colorado State University, Mandy lost her residual hearing at age eighteen due to a connective tissue disorder, and left the program. She pursued several career options, including education, but returned to music in 2008. Mandy’s music attracts the attention of those around the world, adding to her message of hope, dream, and believe. Mandy gained recognition for appearing on America’s Got Talent,  reaching the finals, and was Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer Winner.

 

 

 

This program is paid for in part by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders in conjunction with funds from the NJ State Council on the Arts and the NJ Historical Commission through the Ocean County Culture & Heritage Commission, Freeholder Virginia E. Haines, chairwoman.

 

Ocean County Parks and RecreationNJ Historical CommissionNew Jersey State Council on the Arts  Discover Jersey Arts with Transparancy

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Red Firecrackers - The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Red Firecrackers – The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Red Firecrackers - The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Schools n Stage

 

Reserve Your School Group

Main Stage, Free, For Grades 3-8

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

The Nai Ni Chen Dance Company presents a spectacular production of props, costumes, music, acrobatics, and dance by top-notch performers, telling the story of the origin of the Chinese Lunar New Year. In this legend, a group of villagers working, dancing, and praying together defeat a terrifying monster of the ages. It explains some of the origins of the Chinese Lunar New Year when everyone is wearing red, giving red envelopes to children, putting up red decorations, and lighting up all the dark corners with red firecrackers to make loud noises.

 

 

 

This program is paid for in part by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders in conjunction with funds from the NJ State Council on the Arts and the NJ Historical Commission through the Ocean County Culture & Heritage Commission, Freeholder Virginia E. Haines, chairwoman.

 

Ocean County Parks and RecreationNJ Historical CommissionNew Jersey State Council on the Arts  Discover Jersey Arts with Transparancy

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Red Firecrackers - The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Red Firecrackers – The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Red Firecrackers - The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Schools n Stage

 

Reserve Your School Group

Main Stage, Free, For Grades 3-8

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

The Nai Ni Chen Dance Company presents a spectacular production of props, costumes, music, acrobatics, and dance by top-notch performers, telling the story of the origin of the Chinese Lunar New Year. In this legend, a group of villagers working, dancing, and praying together defeat a terrifying monster of the ages. It explains some of the origins of the Chinese Lunar New Year when everyone is wearing red, giving red envelopes to children, putting up red decorations, and lighting up all the dark corners with red firecrackers to make loud noises.

 

 

 

This program is paid for in part by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders in conjunction with funds from the NJ State Council on the Arts and the NJ Historical Commission through the Ocean County Culture & Heritage Commission, Freeholder Virginia E. Haines, chairwoman.

 

Ocean County Parks and RecreationNJ Historical CommissionNew Jersey State Council on the Arts  Discover Jersey Arts with Transparancy

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Red Firecrackers - The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Red Firecrackers – The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Red Firecrackers - The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Schools n Stage

 

Reserve Your School Group

Main Stage, Free, For Grades 3-8

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

The Nai Ni Chen Dance Company presents a spectacular production of props, costumes, music, acrobatics, and dance by top-notch performers, telling the story of the origin of the Chinese Lunar New Year. In this legend, a group of villagers working, dancing, and praying together defeat a terrifying monster of the ages. It explains some of the origins of the Chinese Lunar New Year when everyone is wearing red, giving red envelopes to children, putting up red decorations, and lighting up all the dark corners with red firecrackers to make loud noises.

 

 

 

This program is paid for in part by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders in conjunction with funds from the NJ State Council on the Arts and the NJ Historical Commission through the Ocean County Culture & Heritage Commission, Freeholder Virginia E. Haines, chairwoman.

 

Ocean County Parks and RecreationNJ Historical CommissionNew Jersey State Council on the Arts  Discover Jersey Arts with Transparancy

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Red Firecrackers - The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Red Firecrackers – The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Red Firecrackers - The Legend of the First Chinese New Year

Schools n Stage

 

Reserve Your School Group

Main Stage, Free, For Grades 3-8

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

The Nai Ni Chen Dance Company presents a spectacular production of props, costumes, music, acrobatics, and dance by top-notch performers, telling the story of the origin of the Chinese Lunar New Year. In this legend, a group of villagers working, dancing, and praying together defeat a terrifying monster of the ages. It explains some of the origins of the Chinese Lunar New Year when everyone is wearing red, giving red envelopes to children, putting up red decorations, and lighting up all the dark corners with red firecrackers to make loud noises.

 

 

 

This program is paid for in part by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders in conjunction with funds from the NJ State Council on the Arts and the NJ Historical Commission through the Ocean County Culture & Heritage Commission, Freeholder Virginia E. Haines, chairwoman.

 

Ocean County Parks and RecreationNJ Historical CommissionNew Jersey State Council on the Arts  Discover Jersey Arts with Transparancy

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Brooks Gibbs

Brooks Gibbs (Schools n Stage)

Brooks Gibbs

Schools n Stage

Reserve Your School Group

 

Main Stage, $5, For Grades 5-8

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

Brooks Gibbs is an award winning social skills educator who teaches students, parents, and teachers how to build emotional resilience and live by the Golden Rule.

Approach To Aggression

Brooks teaches students two basic principles:
• Don’t get upset (Emotional Resilience)
• Treat them like a friend (The Golden Rule)
Most youth aggression is non-criminal and consists of name calling, social exclusion, rumors, etc. These behaviors are inevitable between siblings at home and peers at school. Despite the pettiness of these behaviors, they can do tremendous emotional harm to a student. Brooks teaches students how to protect their emotions from the effects of these behaviors through emotional resilience.
He also communicates the genius of The Golden Rule. This social instruction teaches students how to make friends and also manage their perceived enemies. The Golden Rule takes advantage of the law of reciprocity, and as students learn to treat others as friends, this positive behavior becomes the social norm.
His 45-50 minute high-energy keynote is full of excellent information and can be applied to any non-criminal aggression at home, on campus, or online. Brooks, of course, encourages students to seek adult intervention when they feel like they are in danger or cannot handle the aggression on their own.

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Brooks Gibbs

Brooks Gibbs (Schools n Stage)

Brooks Gibbs

Schools n Stage

Reserve Your School Group

 

Main Stage, $5, For Grades 5-8

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

Brooks Gibbs is an award winning social skills educator who teaches students, parents, and teachers how to build emotional resilience and live by the Golden Rule.

Approach To Aggression

Brooks teaches students two basic principles:
• Don’t get upset (Emotional Resilience)
• Treat them like a friend (The Golden Rule)
Most youth aggression is non-criminal and consists of name calling, social exclusion, rumors, etc. These behaviors are inevitable between siblings at home and peers at school. Despite the pettiness of these behaviors, they can do tremendous emotional harm to a student. Brooks teaches students how to protect their emotions from the effects of these behaviors through emotional resilience.
He also communicates the genius of The Golden Rule. This social instruction teaches students how to make friends and also manage their perceived enemies. The Golden Rule takes advantage of the law of reciprocity, and as students learn to treat others as friends, this positive behavior becomes the social norm.
His 45-50 minute high-energy keynote is full of excellent information and can be applied to any non-criminal aggression at home, on campus, or online. Brooks, of course, encourages students to seek adult intervention when they feel like they are in danger or cannot handle the aggression on their own.

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