Gallery of Heroes
“This performance was very professional and very engaging for all age groups. This assembly provided a rare opportunity for many of our students to see live professional theater up close.”Lisa Schwarz, PTA Program Coordinator, Waynesburg Central Elementary School
The Invention of Edison
Book Now for 2014!
Book, Music and Lyrics by John Gregor
Thomas Edison is known across the globe for a myriad of inventions, including the lighted miner's electric cap lamp which was designed here in Pittsburgh. Edison knows his works better than any other, but how will he prove it to the world? By announcing that he will light up all of lower Manhattan, of course! Easier said than done in this adventure that takes us on a journey over two continents full of colorful characters, setbacks and triumphs. Funny, fast paced and touching, The Invention of Edison is about the make or break moment behind the man we may or may not know and ultimately how that moment changed the world forever.
Subjects: History, Geography, Science and Music
Available January through May 2014.
Call 412-325-6459 to reserve your date today!
Bringing History to Life Through Educational Musicals Presented at Your School
The Invention of Edison features the talents of: Victor Aponte, Stephen Dagrosa, Tom Driscoll, Kyle Kuhlman, Hayley Nielsen,, Erika Strasburg, & Johnny Terreri.
About Gallery of Heroes
Through dramatic sketches and musical vignettes, Pittsburgh CLO’s Gallery of Heroes program takes its 50-minute mini-musicals to area schools to educate and enlighten students about great historical figures such as George Washington, Roberto Clemente, the Wright Brothers and Harriet Tubman. Highlighting the lives and accomplishments of significant historical figures, Gallery of Heroes offers an entertaining alternative to traditional lectures and books.
A Gallery of Heroes full musical production can be performed in a school cafeteria or auditorium:
- 50-Minute Musical
- Fully Staged and Choreographed
- Professional Actors
- Full Costume and Scenery
- Teacher and Student Guides