Showing posts from April, 2019

Angels Among Us

EbzB Productions would like to Thank Nina Lloyd of Opus Financial Advisors for a lovely evening of meeting new friends and fund-raising for Chatham Arts Council's Artists-In-Schools Initiative. There are angels among us.

Just Another Day At The Office...


Using Actors' Tools To Prepare for People Make The World Go Round

Using Actors' Tools To Prepare for People Make The World Go Round!

A presentation on Economics in Chatham County, NC  Created and performed by the Third Grade Class of Pittsboro Elementary School
Sponsored by Chatham County Arts Council

Exploring the Economy through Arts Integration at Pittsboro Elementary School

The third grade classes at Pittsboro Elementary School have been working with teaching artists from EbzB Productions to research, write, and perform their own presentation about Economics in their own community.  Chatham Arts Council is the generous sponsor of this Arts Integration experience for the Chatham County Public Schools.  Thank you for supporting our teachers and our schools!

Compliment - Wrights of Passage

"Please give my best to the entire group... The performance [Wrights of Passage] was great and we will certainly have you back."

-Ray Jordan,  Executive Director,  Sampson County Exposition Center

From the Sampson County Independent... Wrights of Passage

Wrights of Passage Entertains and Enlightens Sampson County Students

One by one, a group of students from Butler Avenue School walked up to a microphone sitting just below the stage at the Sampson County Agri-Exposition Center. The students were all part of one of eight performances of the Class Acts-Sampson CenterStage Performing Arts Series. Thursday’s performance, “Wrights of Passage,” was presented to third- and fourth-grade students from across Sampson County. It was the story of the passion and focus of the Wright Brothers, who wanted to prove man could fly. During their portrayal of the brothers, an abstract replica of the famous flyer came to life on the stage. The students were all part of the cast, reading segments of the script and helping tell the story. “I really liked the way the actors involved the students in the play,” Butler Avenue School’s AIG teacher Christie Tyndall said. “They had cards for them to read and the actor met with the students prior to the play starti…