Voices of the Past: Famous People of Missouri

Teaching Artist: Bobby Norfolk

Experience the drama, humor and excitement of the fascinating people and historical events of early St. Louis & Missouri. This program will highlight the Great Fire and Cholera Epidemic of the 1800’s, myths and facts of slavery in St. Louis and the various ethnic groups that shaped some of our neighborhoods. Bobby will also bring to life the historic riverfront and the role St. Louis played as “The Gateway to the West.” Also available for after school and virtual performances.

Audience: Grades 3-12
Format: Performance
Curriculum Connections: Social Studies/Culture, English/Language Arts
Teaching Artist: Bobby Norfolk

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