For 30 years, we’ve been bringing inspiring multicultural arts and education to kids. And this year, our entire season is virtual! Pair with a post-show Q&A with the actors or enjoy as stand-alone virtual field trips.
Available to organizations and families–at Express, we make learning fun!
OUR 30th ANNIVERSARY SEASON!
Available Dec 7, 2020!
CHRISTMAS TALES AND TUNES
Adapted and Directed by Tim Fried-Fiori
Celebrate the season of generosity! A rousing holiday compendium of classic tales: Twas Night Before Christmas, a wacky Christmas Carol, The Gift of the Magi and more, mixed with singalongs. 40 minutes of laughter and music for all ages.
Underwritten in part by the Wortham Foundation, the Albert and Etherl Herzstein Foundation, and the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance.
VOTE FOR THE GOAT!
Written and Directed by Tim Fried-Fiori
Just in time for election season! Billy Goat learns all about democracy when he tries to convince every animal in the petting zoo to vote to keep it open. A great introduction for kids about the power of voting and how elections can come down to one single vote – YOURS!
Helps kids understand why voting matters and their importance to the civic life of their school, community, city, state and nation. Great for pre-K thru 5th.
THE AZTEC PRINCESS (Bilingual)
Written by Epig Dominguez & Directed and Performed by Cynthia Leal
Classic Mexican fables told by a time-traveling Princess. Streamed directly to your school, day care center or home! Join the Aztec Princess as she tells two classic fables about Making Good Choices, while teaching English and Spanish vocabulary along the way. Fun for all ages and sparkling with educational values and social/emotional skills! (25 minutes)
Available February 1, 2021
Back by Popular demand!
RHYME AND REASON: A POETIC CELEBRATION OF BLACK HISTORY
Written by Tim Fried-Fiori featuring poetry by Houston Poet Laureate Emeritus, Deborah DEEP Mouston, and members of her slam poetry team. Music, dance and performance poetry presenting Black History from ancient Africa to modern-day Houston.