Bank of America Children's Tour

Miss Electricity

Sept. 18 – Dec. 6, 2018


By Kathryn Walat
Directed by Matt Chiorini
Scenic Design by Alex Petersen
Costume Design by Lindsey Voorhees
Sound Design by Kevin O’Connor

Miss Electricity is the story of a fifth-grade girl named Violet who is determined to show the world, not to mention the kids at school, just how special she is. With the help of her assistant Freddy, she sets out to break a world record, but becomes accidentally extraordinary when she is struck by lightning–twice–and gains control over all things electric. Under the name Miss Electricity, Violet zaps her way through circuits, bullies, and schoolwork, but could lose everything when the power goes to her head.

Miss Electricity is a fast-paced, comical yet endearing story of how a young girl discovers self-confidence, stands up to bullies, and learns to trust her friends and family.

Recommended for K through 6th grade audiences.


Available Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
1 show $475, 2 shows (same day) $850.
Maximum attendance per show 250.


Kate Laissle
Associate Director of Education


About the Bank of America Children's Tour

Each fall, the Bank of America Children’s Tour brings high-energy, interactive, and culturally diverse performances to elementary school audiences. Each performance is fully staged with scenery, costumes, and sound. You need only provide the stage, cafeteria, classroom, or any open space! dress up games Performances include a talkback with the actors and our helpful study guide for further classroom exploration. Pre- or post-show sessions with our talented Teaching Artists can be arranged upon request.

Recent Productions

Metamorphan (2017)

A Promise is a Promise (2016)

New Kid (2015)

Annabel Drudge and The Second Day of School (2014)

The Bully Games (2013)

A Thousand Cranes (2012)

New Kid (2011)

Annabel Drudge... and the Second Day of School (2010)

The Song from the Sea (2009)

A Thousand Cranes (2008)

The Mischief Makers (2007)

The Red Sun and the Green Moon (2006)

Fractured Fairy Tales (2005)

The Great Peanut Butter Radio Hour (2004)

Really Rosie (2003)


For more information or to arrange a performance, please call or email:

Kate Laissle
Interim Director of Education



Past Shows