Twenty-plus students from South Peace Home Educators are learning their lines and hitting their marks for their Saturday afternoon performance of Stone Soup.
The performance goes 3pm at the Alliance Church.
“Stone Soup” is a delightful story about the importance of learning how to work together. Children love to dance and sing and this group of 22 home educated children (ages 4-9) is certainly no exception. They have spent the last few months singing and acting together and they are very excited to perform for our community.
“Being involved in drama productions from a young age teaches something akin to that of a sports team: collaboration, teamwork, and a sense that you are involved in something greater than yourself. This combined with vocal and acting training and the joy that comes from being involved in a meaningful musical makes the experience a win/win,” co-director Cara Funk commented.
This musical is just one of the many opportunities available for children in the ever-growing (approx 65 families currently) home educating community in the Dawson Creek Area.
Stone Soup brings a story and message about giving back to your community - it is an all ages show.