(Recorded in 1983)

~ Introductory Text by John Sherin ~

In Part One, Bob Primavera, Facilitator and Director of the Performing Arts Center (PAC) of the Maslow-Toffler School of Futuristic Education, before a live primary grade-school audience, introduces two Children's Classics performances by M-T students Pam, Stu, Barbara, Greg, Steve, John, Donna, Ellen, Dawn, Jen, Valerie and Nair. The first is a familiar story about an ant and a grasshopper, and another is about a little boy's gorilla best friend. Finally, we learn about the class in Room 207.

In Part Two, the saga of the misbehaving class continues with a performance that chronicles Alexander's Very Bad Day, culminating in a re-creation of "where some wild things can be found," ending in a rousing, raucous show of youthful audience participation and exuberance.

In Part Three, the two-minute finale involves the whole company of PAC performers getting into the act of this ever-popular piece of children's classic literature, to the absolute delight of their audience.