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Forever Free

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Voicing/Format Prod/Activity Guide
Composer Roger Emerson
Publisher Jenson Publications Inc
Catalog # 40326179

Price: $15.95

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Forever Free Composed by Roger Emerson. For Prod/Activity Guide. Published by Jenson Publications Inc. (Catalog # 40326179, UPC: 073999261790)

There's nothing like the positive power of MUSIC to help kids gain the courage to stand up in front of their peers and say NO to drugs and alcohol and YES to a life that's drug-free! This 30-minute all-school revue features 9 original Unison/2-Part songs arranged in bright, contemporary styles - rap, rock, blues, calypso and everything in between! Easy-to-learn dialogue and simple staging options will make this an irresistible show for students, parents, AND teachers! Along with the full script and accompanied songs, the Teacher's Manual offers a discussion topic for each song, while the Singer's Edition features the full script and vocal lines only. Students even have the opportunity to create their own script, through special writing projects for each song. John Jacobson's staging, choreography and costume suggestions are available in the separate Staging Guide, along with additional classroom enrichment activities, making this a production that can truly involve your whole school. FOREVER FREE coordinates with all drug education programs by reinforcing the concepts of self-esteem, communication, drug awareness and decision making. Help your students take a stand in their own school and in their own community - to live a life that's FOREVER FREE! Available: Teacher's Manual, Singer's Edition 5-Pak, Preview Cassette, Performance/Accompaniment CD and Staging Guide. Performance Time: 30 minutes. For Grades 3-8.

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