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Sturgeon Bay Utilities sponsors educational performances on energy efficiency

National Theatre for Children! (NTC), a division of small Change Original Theatre based in Minneapolis, tours the United States presenting live theatre in schools on behalf of sponsering organizations like Sturgeon Bay Utilities (SBU).

Each year, the utility sponsors live theatre shows presented by the Minneapolis-based National Theatre for Children! (NTC). NTC tours the United States presenting lively, interactive educational shows. NTC dedicates itself to educating young people on important and timely energy-related topics. Coined with printed curriculum materials and teacher guides, their imaginative and customized presentations effectively reach the students, teachers and partents.

NTC dedicates itself to educating young people on important and timely energy-related topics. Armed with printed curriculum materials and teacher guides, their imaginative and customized presentations effectively reach the students, teachers and parents.

The fast-paced, educational show called “Mission It’s Possible” is presented by the National Theatre for Children (NTC) - the largest in-school educational touring theater company in the world. The program uses colorful sets and engaging characters to teach students about the importance of conserving energy and playing it safe around electricity.

The interactive program encourages audience participation and presents lessons in a manner that children enjoy. In the program “Mission It’s Possible,” Professor Dabney Wambley seeks to discover who has been wasting energy in the city. Professor Wambley works with an old colleague to pinpoint how electricity and energy is made while enlisting the help of a student volunteer to conserve energy.

The NTC tours the United States presenting educational theater in schools on behalf of sponsoring organizations. The NTC is based in Minneapolis and uses live theater, printed curriculum materials and teacher guides to educate children, teachers, adults and parents about energy conservation and electrical safety. Date and times the performances are scheduled for are as follows:

Sawyer SchoolMay 18, 20108:30 am
Sunrise ShoolMay 18, 20101:00 pm
St. John Bosco ShoolApril 29, 201012:50 pm and 1:30 pm
St. Peter's Lutheran SchoolMay 17, 20109:30 am and 10:00 am

The performances are coordinated by Sturgeon Bay Utilities power supplier, WPPI Energy, a regional power company serving 51 customer-owned electric utilities. In 2009, WPPI Energy members sponsored 149 shows at 98 schools, reaching more than 28,000 students.

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