Our musical plays and preschool activities for children provide a fun, learning environment that teaches basic skills, promotes activity and increases confidence and social skills through musical performance.
In addition to producing the music for Mr. Rhythm Productions, Gary Fry has composed, arranged and produced albums for Kid Rhino and Warner Kids record labels. Among his many credits are positions with the Chicago and Dallas Symphony Orchestras, over 20 years of commercial music production, and direction of numerous children’s choirs, with performances at the White House, the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall. In 2012 Gary was Artistic Director for the first annual international choral festival in New York City, conducting his music at Avery Fisher Philharmonic Hall and at the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations. Gary’s music can be heard daily on the Cartoon Network program, Baby Looney Tunes.
About The Plays
Mr. Rhythm Musical Plays are for children ages 3 – 7 years old in preschool and kindergarten. The programs can be modified to fit the needs and abilities of your classroom, allowing you to capitalize on the talents and strengths of your students. Any play can be simplified or expanded to ensure that every student has an opportunity to shine. Complete performance packages are provided with every purchase as well as teaching tools and easy to follow directions. In a short time your group can be performing a 30-minute play for parents, fellow students or any audience. Mr. Rhythm Musical Plays are performed around the world. Order and download it today!
About the Original Creator
Jean Laube was a very busy woman. A business owner, a mother of five and a teacher of many, Jean operated and taught at her licensed nursery school in Connecticut for 28 years. She believed in the power of music as a tool for teaching young children basic skills, increasing their confidence and creating a fun environment in which to learn. Jean’s curriculum included musical performances by her students for parent’s day presentations and when she couldn’t find music and material for these, she created her own. Jean wrote and collected over 180 songs for her nursery school programs. Her dedication to childhood education and meeting the capacity of each child’s learning abilities can be seen in all of her work.