The Amazing Adventures of Lewis & Clark

Word of Mouth

“I have been teaching 20 years this is the best program I have ever seen.”
— 5th Grade Teacher, School District 115, Lake Forest, IL
“Captivating, motivating and engaging.”
— 4th Grade Teacher, School District 204, Naperville, IL
“You empowered our students with the tools for teamwork, cooperation & perseverance.”
— Principal, School District 69, Skokie, IL
“This engaging performance’s effects radiated throughout our school for weeks.”
— Principal, School District 161, Frankfort, IL
“A brilliant production”
“I have been teaching 20 years this is the best program I have ever seen.”
“We were marvelously entertained and perhaps more importantly you helped to plant the seeds of the idea of perseverance.”
“Captivating, motivating and engaging.”
“A fantastic journey”
“You empowered our students with the tools for teamwork, cooperation & perseverance.”
“This engaging performance’s effects radiated throughout our school for weeks”

The comedy team of Mel Lewis and Wally Clark decide to tour the country telling the story of their namesakes, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. What follows is a historical, musical and comical tour de force. Join these undaunted adventurers as they travel up the Missouri River and down the Columbia River. Sit in as Lewis and Clark hold council with numerous Native American tribes. Put on your hiking boots and join the expedition over the Rocky Mountains. Be a part of history as the Corps of Discovery reaches their ultimate destination: the Pacific Ocean.

  • CHARACTER COUNTS - Citizenship; Respect; Responsibility; Fairness
  • ILLINOIS LEARNING STANDARDS for English/Language Arts
    • Addresses 8 College & Career Readiness Skills
    • Addresses 50 Grade level standards for grades K thru 6th grade
  • PBIS - Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports
  • Demonstate the unique contribution a child can make toward a group project
  • Understand the importance of preparation for projects and ventures
  • Develop an appreciation and understanding of the concept of teamwork

 

  • Exploration unit
  • Westward expansion of the United States
  • Use as an example of how a team can be greater than the sum of its parts
  • Native American studies