Involvement Theater


�The Problem-Solving Project�s entertaining style, probing questions and examples of real life problem situations encourage honest and open pupil discussion. The program made students aware that they needn�t face all of life�s problems alone.� Gary Hillary; Elementary School Principal; Baltimore County Schools

�The students joined in with enthusiasm, and came away with some new ideas for resolving interpersonal conflicts and situational dilemmas in a positive manner.� Nan Smith; Teacher, Holton Arms School, Bethesda, MD

�I commend Involvement Theater�s ability to work with youth of all ages! We hope to use the program again in the future.� Rita Zimmerman; Camp Coordinator, 4-H Youth Organization, Carroll County, MD

�Mr. Rubinstein gave both an entertaining and educating performance. He engaged all of our students in grades preK-6 using song and dance. Through his music, he provided our staff and students with a powerful message about problem solving that align well with our character education program.� Music Teacher and School Counselor; District Heights Elementary School; Prince George�s County Public Schools

�The staff greatly appreciated that Alan catered his program to fit the needs of early childhood and then intermediate grade levels. He was energetic, funny and informative.� Integrated Arts Specialist; Fountaindale Elementary School, Washington County, MD Public Schools

�Thank you for the three presentations for our Middle and Elementary school. The music and audience participation was outstanding.� Counselor; Hamilton Elementary/Middle School, Baltimore City Public Schools

�Your Maestro�s Musical Mission� program was enjoyed by all. The social issues you addressed with the students were age appropriate. Your technique of getting groups of students to problem-solve issues that affected them and relate this to famous musicians was impressive.�Principal; Saint Mary�s Catholic School, Landover Hills, MD

“Your presentation was useful in presenting ways for students with special needs to relate to their feelings, as well as demonstrating a connection to real life situations.  The Problem-Solving Project Handbook and follow up materials presented to us during the creative drama in-service are well organized and have been a useful resource to our staff.” Principal; Kennedy Krieger School, Baltimore, MD

 “The content of your presentation tied in very well with our school wide emphasis on character education.  We truly appreciate all the effort and prior planning that you put forth in order to meet the specific needs of our school.” Assistant Principal; Shrewsbury Elementary School, Southern York County School District, PA