They first focused on the concept of carbon footprint and its effect on climate change, using
their research to build a knowledge baseline for their initial performances to the C3-4 learners. They then shifted their focus to the impact of innovation through history for the three plays they entirely directed, produced, wrote, and performed. These covered the evolution of weapons (The Rise of Bronze), the invention of the printing press (Pressing the Past), and the evolution of antibiotics (From Mold to Medicine).
This project-based learning integrated science (environment), social studies (human progress), English language arts (narrative and scriptwriting), math (data collection on carbon footprints), and arts (costume, prop, and set creation).