Media / Resources

Videos

Songs

Listen to two of the songs featured in Virtually Me! OR Download the MP3 files to play the songs anywhere by clicking the download link. Enjoy the music of Virtually Me!

A Thousand Million People

A-Thousand-Million-People.mp3

Music and Lyrics by Jeff Thomson and Jordan Mann

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Cooler Than You Are

Cooler-Than-You.mp3

Music and Lyrics by Jeff Thomson and Jordan Mann

Photos

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Artwork

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Study Guide

Filled with great characters, topical stories, cool songs, and high-energy choreography, Virtually Me! is not only entertaining kids across the country but also teaching valuable lessons about cyber-bullying and technology abuse.  The lessons covered in this musical include:

To download the study guide, please click the following link:
Virtually Me! – Study Guide

Testimonials

“The new musical production of Virtually Me! struck a meaningful cord in our West Palm Beach community. The subject matter addressing cyber-bullying was relevant and timely. The book and music were contemporary and well constructed. The style of the presentation was engaging for the upper elementary and middle school crowd. Teachers and afterschool professionals expressed their appreciation to us for presenting a live performance dealing with many issues that young people are challenged by on a daily basis.”

- Tracy C. Butler, Director of Education, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

“With the recent rash of cyber-bullying, this new production has a timely and extremely important message to bring to young audiences. Many schools have adopted a “no tolerance” policy for bullying and have even created peer review panels and harsh punishments for those who choose to participate in this type of behavior. My fear is that all this may still not be enough. Virtually Me! brings the power of the arts into this conversation. Through music, dance, relate-able characters and a well-told story, young people are introduced to this issue in the context of their own real life situations and experiences, making Virtually Me! a very valuable tool for shedding light on this critical topic. “

- Mark Hoebee, Artistic Director, Papermill Playhouse

Photo by Aaron Epstein