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CO public school students can perform Bruce The Goose free of charge

Public schools in Colorado can now perform Bruce The Goose free of charge.

The 30-minute musical is written just for Elementary School students, and takes place on Sloan’s Lake in Denver. The Lake is a thriving democracy, but will it survive Bruce’s descent into fascism? Learn more about the show, and listen to the songs here.

Public schools can perform the musical free of charge through our subsidized grant program by submitting a grant application before the extended April 30th deadline. Grant recipients receive all of the printed materials, the performance accompaniments, and the performance rights to the show. Submit your grant application here.

We’re dedicated to support public school students in any way we can. You can contact us with questions or suggestions.

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Bruce The Goose is now available for public performances

Our first show, Bruce The Goose, is now available for public performances. It’s a show about how easily a democracy can descend into fascism.

The 30-minute operetta, composed by Sean M McGowan, is written especially for Elementary School students. Listen to the songs.

Theatrical Licensing

Theatrical licensing for the show, including the printed materials and the performance accompaniments, is now available worldwide. Learn more about theatrical licensing.