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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
TheatreworksUSA, - Jim West Productions' AESOP'S FABLES II Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Jim West and company are back in an all-new puppet extravaganza with The Goose that Lay the Golden Egg, The Boy Who Cried Wolf and many more of Aesop's legendary fables! As a follow-up to his original successful production, Aesop's Fables II features more morals, more classical music and even more puppet-making ideas! And of course, more silliness than ever!
$1001- $3000
Productions, Dream Jam Dream Jam Productions presents: The World of Nickhoo Life Skills- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
The World of Nickhoo, from Dream Jam Productions, is inhabited by fun-loving characters, each with their own story to tell. Together they solve problems, while exhibiting the true meaning of love and friendship. Professional actors and musicians, along with puppet characters perform a dynamic participatory musical adventure. The original music, soon to be released on children's radio stations across the country, will have you dancing in the aisles.
$501- $1000
Davis, Katie Great Storytelling in Words and Pictures Literature- Creative Writing,
Performing Arts- Literary Artists,
Visual Arts- Cartooning
Beginning: How to draw great characters, brainstorm, and create a ‘voice’ for characters. Middle: Establish plot, setting, and conflict. End: Edit and re-write the story and create a resolution! Assemblies: Katie teaches story construction, sequencing, how ideas transform from thought to published book. Audience learns to do drawings of emotions, Katie shares her own mistakes, and teaches skills students can use when creating their own stories. Highly interactive program - audience helps write a story; volunteers make different emotional expressions. Katie draws their faces on the characters and together they create a new narrative with emphasis on beginning, middle and end. Workshops: brainstorming, plotting, descriptive narrative, and character development. Illustration: Katie teaches HOW TO SEE so you’re able to illustrate any story you write. Dear Katie, I'm usually 'ho-hum' when it comes to author visits. You were one to change my mind! You were...the best ever writing session, and I truly mean it! Jayne Pitt, teacher
$1001- $3000
Marshall, Nate Nate & Kate Kids Show Music,
Performing Arts- Juggling,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
The Nate & Kate Kids Show is a mix of original and very familiar children's songs performed on guitar, banjo, cello, kazoo, and harmonica with lots of vocal harmony plus difficult juggling choreographed to cello pieces. The show also includes lots of participation, singing along, some comedy, and a few young volunteers to help with juggling stunts and lead group movements. Best suited for ages 2-8, and their parents. This show runs about 30-45min. We can provide sound for smaller venues. See more: www.kidsshow.nateandkate.com
$351- $500
Bady, Robin Robin Bady: Stories From the Heart Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
With music, movement and lots of participation, Robin Bady takes you on adventures in story, across cultures, traditions and time. Folktales, fairytales, ghost tales, drawing stories and literature – all come to vibrant, joyful life. Whether it’s a performance or workshop, be prepared to laugh, participate and have fun! Some featured programs include: Dragons, Witches, Talking Animals and People Like Us Drawing Stories From Around the World Strong Girls, Brave Women Holiday Programs Gifts of the Season: Stories for Hanukkah, Kwanza and Christmas Love Songs: Victorian Fairytales Ghost Tales Local and Oh So True! From Around the World Giggling Ghosts and Silly Scary Songs The Rootabaga Stories of Carl Sandburg Time Travel: A Sci-Fi Adventure
$351- $500
Bromka, Sondra & John French Music, Instruments, & Dance Traditions of the Provinces Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Dance
The Bromkas offer a memorable musical journey through the French Provinces! As traveling musicians who visit France each year to participate in regional music and dance festival, John and Sondra have a large repertoire of songs, instruments, and even lively circle and line dances that will be chosen to appeal to the age level and needs of your group. Rare and distinctive regional instruments in their collection include: Breton and Auvergnat bagpipes, hurdy gurdy, flutet et tambourin, more! There are also French songs especially for dancing. (Artists may present a concert of musical traditions, or a combination program of traditional dances, instruments, and songs. Other possibilities include participatory crepe-making activity, more!)
$351- $500
Fultz, Dave Gravitational Bull Juggling Show Performing Arts- Clowning,
Performing Arts- Magic,
Performing Arts- Juggling
Western New York Juggler Dave Fultz and his son Kyle deliver a very eclectic and entertaining show that is wonderful for schools, churches, block parties or any type of family fun event. Juggling, comedy, magic, storytelling, balloon sculpture and audience participation are all part of this fun filled demonstration. Dave has performed on stage multiple times with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and also appeared in the American Academy of Ballet's adaptation of the Nutcracker. Kyle and his partners came in second in the Buffalo's got Talent Contest sponsored by radio station 103 THE EDGE. Balls, clubs, rings, devil sticks, diabolo, rubber chickens, plungers, and, in appropriate settings even knives and flaming torches will fill the air in this 40 – 60 minute show. So whether you are amused or amazed, stand back because we’re throwing stuff around!
$201- $350
Carpenter, Regi Heroes Among Us History,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Literary Artists
This program for adults recalls acts of valor and courage form ordinary individuals during times of war and peace.
$351- $500
Hartin-Gelardi, Lorraine Be the Hero of Your Own Life…Finding Your Place in Family Stories Life Skills- Other,
Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Every family has a collection of stories, sayings, photos, objects, memories and customs that make them unique. Storyteller Lorraine Hartin-Gelardi will help children become “story detectives” and search out the answers to questions such as “What was the worst meal you ever cooked?” “What is the best vacation you had as a family?” “How did you get your name?” Children will develop techniques for exploring family history and ways to share their stories with others.
$101- $200
Clive, Young, The History of Rock Concerts History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Clive Young has been a concert industry journalist for more than 15 years, so The History of Rock Concerts offers an insider’s view of how rock concerts grew from Elvis performing in hayfields to the multi-million-dollar spectacles that the Rolling Stones and Madonna present today. Weaving facts, humorous anecdotes, video and PowerPoint together, this program highlights how concerts, like rock music, have always changed to reflect the times.

Special attention is paid to

  • The Beatles’ 1965 concert at Shea Stadium
  • Woodstock and its tragic sequel, Woodstock 1999
  • The epic charity event, Live Aid
  • The first rock concert
  • The top 10 biggest music events ever
  • How MTV influenced the modern rock show
  • Why tickets cost so much today
  • How a show is produced
  • Hearing protection tips

    As an added bonus, concert earplugs and hearing conservation pamphlets are provided free for all attendees to take home.

    EXCLUSIVE: While this program features considerable performance footage, The History of Rock Concerts features two video documentaries that are exclusive to this program, showing life behind-the-scenes on recent tours by Fleetwood Mac and The Who. These films can not be seen anywhere else!

  • $201- $350
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