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HEC TV: The Power of Story in a Play

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What does it take to write a play? Where do ideas come from? How are characters and plot points developed? And once those ideas get down on paper, how do they come to life in a theatre the first time the story is produced on a stage? Pursue answers to those questions and more as you hear from playwright Eric Coble and theatre director Julia Flood who are bringing to life the powerful story of Mr. Coble’s newest play for young audiences, “The Girl Who Swallowed a Cactus.” This video is produced by Educate.Today and HEC Media. To find similar videos as well as lesson plans for grades 3-12, view the Educate.Today website at educate.today. See more videos from HEC Media at hecmedia.org.

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St. Louis Arts Chamber

St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce's Creative Corner for the 2020 Greater St. Louis Holiday Arts Expo

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Looking for something to do this weekend? Whether you are looking to learn something new or trying to find a new craft activity you can do with your kids, the Creative Corner is the spot to be! All content is available 24-7. The Creative Corner for the 2020 Greater St. Louis Holiday Arts Expo is hosted by the St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce. Programming and materials have generously been provided by community partners and local arts/culture institutions.

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HEC TV: The Power of Story in a Play
HEC TV: The Power of Story in a Play
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