MythMasters: Tales From Greek Mythology - Theater program for K-12 - Arts For Learning Massachusetts


MythMasters: Tales from Greek Mythology

Type: Performance
Art Form: Theater & Media Arts|History, Math, Science
Grade Level: K-12
Scheduling Request

Blow the dust off stories from ancient Greece and bring the power, majesty, and magic of Mount Olympus to life! MythMasters supplements your teachers’ units on Greek mythology and explores the stories of Phaeton and Helios, Orpheus and Eurydice, and Echo and Narcissus. Through a skillful blend of mime, comedy, drama, puppetry, masks, music, reverence, irreverence, and lots of audience participation, the gods and goddesses, heroes and villains, monsters and maidens of Greek mythology walk the earth once more.

Created by David Zucker and Richard McElvain of Red Sneaker Productions

Length: 45 Minutes
Audience Limit: 300
Curriculum Connection: English Language Arts, Health/Physical Education, History and Social Science, Theater

Luz Lopez

Luz is a Puertominican... Dominicarican?... film, theatre, and commercial actress, voice over artist, and writer. Some of her recent credits include: Dream Boston: Wonderland with Huntington Theatre, Don’t Eat the Mangos with Apollinaire Theatre, Romeo & Juliet with Apollinaire Theatre, Witness with Arlekin Players Theatre, Sonia Se Fue with Teatro Chelsea, and The Audacity: Women Speak with Sleeping Weazle. She attended Yale University and is represented by WSM Talent.  


Rosie Sentman

Rosie is an actor, voice actor, writer, and generic ‘theatre artist’ with a passion for education and collaborative storytelling. A recent graduate of Brandeis University with degrees in music performance and theatre arts with highest honors, her background in Russian ensemble-based acting training provides a strong foundation for her advocacy work, using techniques from improvisation and devising to promote thoughtful inclusivity of disabled performers such as herself. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, baking, and playing tabletop role-playing games with her friends; in her non-free time, you can find her working front-of-house at Improv Asylum, an improv-comedy club in Boston’s North End. 

Single Performance: $1,000
Additional Performances: $800
Travel: $50 per day
Pricing may vary for weekends/out-of-school time
Processing Fee of $30 added to all contracts


  • 1 reserved parking space
  • 1 stool (high stool if possible)
  • 4 music stands (black preferred)*
  • 1 long folding table
  • 1 sturdy chair (for standing on)
  • If students are seated in chairs rather than on the floor, a stage or raised platform is required.
    *If music stands are not available, PLEASE contact Arts for Learning Massachusetts PRIOR to the performance date to discuss alternatives.

Grade levels: K-2, 3-5 , 6-8*
Audience Limit: 300
Performance length: 45 minutes
Arrival time before first performance: 30 minutes
Strike time: 20 minutes
Time needed between performances: 15 minutes

*To ensure age-appropriate performances, grade levels must be consecutive. Younger and older grade groups should not be mixed for the performances.

Please introduce the performers as an Arts for Learning Massachusetts ensemble.