New World Children's Theatre
World Premiere Radio Play
December 2021
"Duck Duck Goose"

written by the Students of the New World Children's Theatre!

Duck Duck Goose is a radio play written by the students of The New World Children's Theatre. Hank and Iris Amore, Aaron Gardener, Annie Fridy, Eleanor and Nick Amodio. Aith Additional voices of Anita Gontkovsky (Narrator)and Dashiell Knoyer (Danny the Pigeon) and Leo Pierre (Rattalion)

Writing Coach: Jexo aka Jeff Ingram

The play begins in a park in Cedar City along the banks of the Cedar River. The Ducks and The Geese are playing an innocent game of Duck Duck Goose, when a mean goose named King Steve decides to break the rules.

Suddenly, the war between the ducks and the geese begins! The ducks are determined to open up the blockade of the Cedar River so they can travel freely to the ocean to go fishing.

The geese are determined to prevent the ducks from fishing in the ocean and they want to eliminate them if possible. There are double agents, mac and cheese cannons, and a green bean energy drink that gives the soldiers superpowers.

And just when the outcome seems inevitable, Jorge, a character with a blue mohawk and no eyebrows, and who may, or may not, have legs, escapes from Area 51, and flies into the battle scene!

Will Jorge save the day? Will Jorge begin a new era of domination by aliens on planet earth. Will Rico the blind rat, save the ducks from extinction? Tune into Duck Duck Goose and prepare yourselves for a most wild ride...

NARRATOR: Anita Gontkovsky

Standing Rock Cultural Arts presents
Arcade Cheezy Town


Podcast Episodes
New World Children's Theatre

Standing Rock Cultural Arts welcomes you to The New World Children's Theatre Podcast of "Arcade Cheezy Town", a play written by the students of The New World Children's Theatre.

This is an original, world premiere, radio podcast.

Our story begins in Arcade Cheezy Town, a place that's part diner, part arcade, run by an ambitious couple, Bill and Melinda, who believe they can take over the world by feeding nachos to the gullible citizens of Anytown, USA.

Three kids, Jose, Jorge, and Penny, are playing arcade games getting ready to order some nachos......... Find out what happens next here:

In light of the corona virus pandemic, the students decided to record a radio podcast while spatially distancing in lieu of a staged performance.

Standing Rock Cultural Arts and The New World Children's Theatre present

"The Oracle of Memeseville” (Beware the Fre Shava Cado )
-An Original Two Act Play written by the students of The New World
Children's Theatre
-A World Premiere!

May 10-11, 2019
-Friday, May 10. 7:30pm
-Saturday, May 11. 3:00pm
-Saturday, May 11. 7:0pm

African Community Theatre, Terrace Drive. KSU Main Campus
-Oscar Ritchie Hall at KSU, Kent, OH

ADMISSION: $5 General. $3 Students/Seniors.

MORE INFO: 330-673-4970


      The Oracle of Memesville is a strange, original comedy where
internet culture comes to life. “Not Known” (otherwise known as NK),
strolls into town with a big secret. The small town of Memesville, which
is settled on a dog's ear, holds an Oracle that can grant you any power
you wish. The action becomes a race between the Illuminati, a scary
swamp monster, and a deadbeat ex-Del Taco owner!   The Big
Question...Who will meet the Oracle first and get all of that power? 
But that's not all. Along the way, there are many twists and turns with
the future of the cyber world held in a delicate balance.
      Who is Article 13 and why are all the Meme's afraid of him? Will
Del-Taco continue to be a family owned restaurant?  What is Fre Shava
Cado truly made of?   Why does a certain man have a horse head on his
body?  And lastly, when will this play FINALLY begin?
      `Answers await in the African Community Theatre, Oscar Richie
Hall, Kent State University. “The Oracle of Memesville” (Beware the Fre
Shava Cado), opening Friday, May 10, 7:30pm.


      The New World Children’s Theater began as The New World Puppet
Theater at the North Water Street Gallery in Kent, Ohio, in January of
1993. Originally, it was comprised of home-school children. Throughout
the years , however, it has grown to include public-schooled children as
well. Eventually, the troupe outgrew the puppets and the ensemble became
The New World Children’s Theater, which has produced 32 plays since
1994. In addition to the emphasis on original play writing, the company
is dedicated to using recycled materials in the construction of its sets
and props. This fosters an understanding of a sustainable planet as well
as an understanding of how to work with limited resources. The only
requirement is a creative mind.

      The New World Children’s Theatre is always looking for donations
to support students from low income families as well as our ongoing
activities. Donations are tax deductible and can be made to Standing
Rock Cultural Arts, 300 N. Water St., Suite H., Kent, Ohio 44240.

      Thank you for supporting the kids.

Jeff Ingram/Director
New World Children's Theatre



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