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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
Mischief, Merry PiraticalTreasures & Trinkets Show! History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Yaaaaarrrr Mateys! Welcome aboard a couple of PIRATES to teach you about the sea, pirates, sailing and historical figures! Stories told in music and poems about Sailing, Pirates, and Literature Treasures in your library! Song and poetry performed for you by PIRATES! Learn about shanties, sea life and lore. This is a fun show for the whole family from Merlyn & Harry who come dressed as PIRATES! And you should dress up like Pirates to, and come aboard!!
$201- $350
Spagnuoli, Jason Teen Actor's Workshop Performing Arts- Theater
Teen Actor's Workshop promotes creativity, self-confidence, public-speaking skills, fun and more! Our class gives students a crash course in performance techniques for the theatre (body, voice, face, and speech), and then delves right into the making of a scene! Students choose a theme (family, friends, bullies, or anything they want-it’s their choice) and create an improvised scene with a small group. The final class is a culminating event that we invite friends, family and library patrons to; students will perform their favorite scenes from class. We welcome novices, as well as seasoned pros- the more, the merrier!
$501- $1000
Gardner, Tom 'Tommy' From The Uncle Brothers Family Concert Music,
Nature- Animals,
Performing Arts- Other
Tommy (Tom Gardner) from The Uncle Brothers presents an upbeat, interactive and parent friendly show, and loaded with important messages like reading, value of libraries, respect, using imagination, and many others. Having fun is our primary goal so that messages are absorbed. -Over 220 parents and kids thoroughly enjoyed your lively and entertaining music!- Jim Karge, Saratogo Springs Public Library Note: This show is different than Tommy's show for younger children because the songs are aimed at the older children (5-10), but the younger ones love it as well. The program is very similar to the Uncle Brothers family concert, except the kids are more a part of the show.
$201- $350
McKeon-Pierce, Lonna Oral History: Connecting to your Family with Storytelling Genealogy,
Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
This interactive program is ideal for conferences, church groups, clubs, libraries, and retirees. Many techniques are given for gathering and sharing family stories that reveal Aha! moments about who we are and what our family gifts and curses are. Using family photos, artifacts, and songs to get the juices flowing, many workshop participants experience epiphanies and connect with their families and communities in a new and enriched way.
$201- $350
Cain, Ron Professor GreenPockets Presents the Magic of Being Green Nature- Animals,
Nature- Other,
Performing Arts- Magic
Meet Central New York magician Ron Cain's new character, Professor GreenPockets, the good-natured dean of green and master of eco-magic. In Professor GreenPockets Presents the Magic of Being Green, Ron uses green magic to make ecology fun. Young audiences help perform illusions highlighting recycling, conservation, and the protection of endangered species. A Syracuse University graduate and former teacher, Ron has more than 16 years of experience performing at schools, libraries, companies and festivals throughout New York. He also has appeared on television’s Pappyland and Saturday Showboat. His magic shows with educational messages also include include The Magic of Being Green Show, Tune In To Magical Idol, The Magic of America, The Wandering Wizard Show, The Magical Museum Show, The Case of the Missing Bunny, Captain HurriCain’s Seaside Magic Show, and Mr. Millennium's Science of Magic Show
$201- $350
Encore Performing Arts, Inc. THE FOOL AND THE FLYING SHIP by Flying Ship Productions Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Theater
THE FOOL & THE FLYING SHIP is a warm and imaginative Russian fable performed by 2 actors, who portray dozens of zany characters. Embark on a fascinating journey of personal discovery as three brothers seek to find a flying ship and win the hand of the princess. FLYING SHIP PRODUCTIONS presents elaborate musical theatre performances, with inventive staging, dynamic choreography, creative costumes and magnificent scenery. All shows feature Broadway-caliber actor/singer/dancers, humorous scripts and original songs by Jonathan Luks.
$501- $1000
Newcombe, Melody Amazing Whoopsy Daisy's Magical Storytelling Show Performing Arts- Magic,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Amazing Whoopsy Daisy spins yarns using magic, puppetry and audience participation. Her program is fun, engrossing and captivates audiences age 3 to 7.
$201- $350
Rowe, Elizabeth Folktales from around the World Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
International folktales to delight, inspire, captivate and amuse the young and the young at heart. Ideal for family audiences. Includes participatory stories, fables, riddle stories, poems, moral tales and literature.
$201- $350
McKeon-Pierce, Lonna A Visit with Laura Ingalls Wilder History,
Literature- Authors,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Master storyteller, Lonna Pierce, comes in costume and brings period artifacts of the late 1800s. She re-tells stories from the Little House on the Prairie series, tying in history, geography, cooking, dance, and music. Students will discover what it was to be a child 100 years ago!
$501- $1000
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