‘Turn It Up’ is an all-school experience that gives a giant boost to your school's sustainability initiatives.
If your school is just getting started with sustainable action, ‘Turn It Up’ lights the spark!
The interactive show explores how energy is generated
and how energy choices impact climate change.
‘Turn It Up’ teaches kids simple ways to support a sustainable environment, and how to connect with others to create maximum impact.
Script written by multiple award winning writer, Paris Qualles.
Music produced by Grammy winner, Jeff Bova.
Produced by a team with decades of experience and multiple awards for work within the culture of both rural and urban public schools.
Created by participating educators, grade appropriate S.T.E.A.M. enrichment activities are also available.
Script, music tracks, set, and prop designs are available for school and non-profit adaptations royalty-free.
“The cast had everyone from Kindergarten to the teachers with the most seniority on their feet dancing and asking for more.”
Chris Whitbeck, Principal of the Douglas Elementary School
“The show helped kids make connections between what they were learning in science class and the real world.”
Andrew Wood, 6th Grade Teacher at Oak Hill Middle School
“The kids loved the catchy, educational music and were crazy about making clean energy with the cool bike powered system.”
Pam McVey, Creative Arts and Science Committee, Burr School
inspire an eco hero
Eco Heroes are co-creating a just and sustainable environment for life on our planet.
After experiencing 'Turn It Up', kids become Eco Heroes.
Inspiring and activating a movement of young people. Turn It Up - one in a series of programs comprising the Youth Activation Solution to achieving sustainability of life on our planet. Turn It Up - coming to New York City - another step toward reaching the 1.1 million kids, their families and their teachers in the biggest public school system in America and in the media capital of the world.
Your donation makes it happen - the NYC debut of Turn It Up is coming to the Brooklyn Children’s Museum on October 15 for a full month’s interactive run engaging thousands of children in eco-action empowering them with a sense of purpose and ability to build a sustainable future - and this is just a start!