In ancient mythology, the Labyrinth was a complex maze designed by Daedalus and built by King Minos of Crete to contain the Minotaur, a half-man, half-bull creature that was killed by the Athenian Theseus....
Traveling by rail has always had a special appeal tinged with the allure of romance and adventure. Take your audiences on such a trip through the sounds and visuals presented in this picturesque field show....
Once upon a time, a marching band performed a show that took the audience on a journey to all the dark corners of the forest. This show uses quirky rhythms and dramatic impact points to ensure your band...
You awake to the blazing sun, the frightened cries of other passengers, all among the wreckage. No memory of what has happened. Now you must fight for your survival by exploring the island, uncovering it's...
Throughout time, the moon has fascinated and mystified humankind. It has long been known to influence the tides and long been suspected of being able to affect people and animals, exerting control and...
The title means "light," and throughout this show the many forms in which light appears are presented. It opens with nature's sources of sun, fire, lightning, and the aurora borealis and continues with more...
Everyone knows this riveting movement from Holst's "The Planets," and Jay's arrangement is about as exciting and intense as they come! Makes a great opener or production number!
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