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"Grand Kids" Show Brings CSI to Life for Students


Some Bibb county students got a chance to take their classroom on the road Wednesday.

It's part of The Grand Kids Arts Education Series at the Grand Opera House in Macon. Ben Jones hosted the event.

Hundreds of students cheered before the interactive "CSI: Live" show by the group Mad Science.

The crowd witnesses a crime and helps performers solve it.

The cast selected several students to participate on stage, some as crime scene investigators and other as possible suspects.

Performer Dave Rossetti says the show helps learn science in a fun way.

"We like to get kids educated though something we call 'edutainment.' Teachers love it because what we're doing is educating kids, in a fun exciting interactive way and they have a lot of fun doing it," he said.

Rossetti says the show's been running for about three years.

He says the next show they're working on is "Star Trek: Live."

The Grand Kids series will continue in February with "Charlotte's Web" and "Thump!" by the Mercer University School of Music.


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