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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Chambers, Trish Alexander Hamilton: The Man Who Made Modern America History,
Performing Arts- Other
The presentation is the story of Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of our country. It highlights the life of a brilliant immigrant and self-made man. The story is a timeline that traces his life from its meager beginnings of poverty and illegitimacy through his military, civic and political career to his untimely death in 1804. Alexander Hamilton introduced many concepts that are part of our lives today. These concepts are discussed and explored.
$201- $350
Kolarik, Frank Character Education Presentations Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Listen Up Safety Services provides informative, engaging, and entertaining multimedia character education presentations that hit home for students, helping them discover the information that they really need in order to stay safe and out of trouble. Popular presentations include: Internet Rights and Responsibilities, Bullying, “Don’t Be a Rat?” Dealing with strangers, Substance abuse, and “S.O.S. Serving Our School.” In each presentation, students critically reflect on, interpret and discuss their understanding of the issues through stories, video clips, current events, and role-plays, connecting these to their own lives and to society as a whole. Students have the opportunity to interact and communicate their ideas and feelings through expressing their own experiences, telling their stories, and role-playing. For more information check out www.listenupss.com.
$351- $500
Rivest, Robert Learn, Laugh and Let go! Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Mime
A humorous look at the stresses of modern life and what we can do about it.. Through comedy, insight, and interaction, Robert Rivest shares his tried and true methods of stress reduction. This series of mime, theater and Improv stories offers both comic relief and practical stress relieving techniques. Robert Rivest has the audience entertained and enthralled as he explores how to build concentration, calm the body and quiet the mind. Learn, Laugh, and Let Go. With Robert’s down-to-earth sense of humor and engaging style,audiences of all ages find stress reduction natural and easy. Robert Rivest comically explores: •  Positive and Negative Stress •  Perception & Perfection •  Adjusting to Change •  Positive Self Talk •  Test Taking •  Breathing Deeply •  Humor Perspective Awareness •  Re-energizing Body & Mind
$351- $500
Knight, Leonora Fairy Godmother's Interactive Concert Literature- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Theater
Let Cinderella's fairy godmother take you on a musical journey up in the air with Aladdin, Under the Sea with Ariel, in the jungle with Simba and into the forest with Shrek, Sleeping Beauty and a special puppet show to The Paper Bag Princess. You may meet even some Pirates on the way, and a few other princes and princesses. It's an upbeat and musically thrilling show for pre - k, elementary school children and their families.
$351- $500
Ekblom, Christopher Blue Men in Motion Performing Arts- Other
Your body speaks, no one knows this better than the Blue Man Group. These theatrical characters do just about anything to get you laughing, including the use of props like giant jello molds,banging neon paint cans, blue velcro suites, and PVC drum sets! They move, tumble, dance and make us laugh.... without ever saying a word! Can your body speak like the Blue Men? Blue Men in Motion puts you in the show and challenges participants to think, act and perform on stage with fun props and improvisational skits. This unique and animated program brings creative self expression to a whole new level! What can your body say?
$201- $350
merwin, chris Kikyo Genso-Japanese music and dance Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Dance
Japanese music on the shakuhachi flute and Noh and Kabuki influenced dance, as well as folk songs. Dancer/singer Kishiko Hasegawa uses Japanese fans, umbrellas, and scarves as props along with her unique style of dance based on the ancient Noh theater dancing. Chris Merwin plays ancient Zen Buddhist meditation music along with classical and folk on the bamboo flute. Performers wear kimonos and historical/cultural info. is given.
$501- $1000
Agostino, Christopher The Bodacious Book Shows: I, II and III Literature- Other,
Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Theater
Our Bodacious Book Shows inspire kids to pick up and read books that are so fun they’ll want to read more. Featuring comic characters like Professor Fineprint and Beatrice the Bookworm, with Bob Bookmark and Rita Digest hosting the “Have You READ It?” Game that involves the entire audience with questions and challenges about great books. These shows celebrate the joy of reading in a way that completely engages both kids and their parents. Three different versions available: I — The Classics Bob and Rita remind students of the fun they’ve had with their favorite books. Featuring a madcap rendition of “Jack and the Beanstalk” starring the audience and a 60’ beanstalk II — World Tour Books from other countries and folktales from around the world show that whenever you open a book it will take you somewhere. Featuring a folktale from Africa: “Who’s In Rabbit’s House?” III — Nature Tales Animal tales, poetry, and books celebrating Nature are the theme for our most colorful Book Show. Including a traditional folktale: “Home in the Sky” in which 13 audience volunteers help create an ocean full of life onstage.
$501- $1000
Engel, David Do Not Go Gentle--An Evening With Two Great Wordsmiths: Dylan Thomas & William Shakespeare Literature- Poetry,
Performing Arts- Literary Artists,
Performing Arts- Theater
"Do Not Go Gentle.." is an hour with two great wordsmiths: Dylan Thomas and William Shakespeare. In reader's theatre style, selections of these two poets are presented allowing their work to be savored and juxtaposed.  Whether for the first or the thousandth time, your patrons will enjoy famous and lesser known works of Dylan Thomas ("Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night," "And Death Shall Have No Dominion") and select soliloquies and sonnets by Shakespeare in the way they were meant to be experienced: live and direct. This program promises a lively hour of moving, life-affirming contemplation against a background of thematic music, dimmed lights and (electric) candles flickering. Selections will rotate to reflect the changing seasons. Please consider booking a program this April for National Poetry Month or in November or December for a special, full reading of "A Child's Christmas In Wales." 
$351- $500
TheatreworksUSA, - Patrick Garner's ARCHIMEDES & THE POWER OF MATH History,
Performing Arts- Theater
Chronicle the exploits of the ancient world’s greatest mathematician, Archimedes! Using mathematic principles like arithmetic, geometry and trigonometry, he perfects the lever, calculates the volume of complicated shapes, and even wards off Greece’s enemies by developing weapons of “math destruction!” This curriculum-based wonder will prove to your math-phobic students that math is cool, fun, and incredibly useful in everyday life!
$501- $1000
MacGregor, Grian The Ivy Vine Players Puppet Theater Nature- Gardening,
Performing Arts- Puppetry,
Visual Arts- Other
The Ivy Vine Players Puppet Theater is a one-woman show with a cast of over 75 handmade puppets. Each one has been individually crafted from recycled materials, so that Uncle Walter's bathrobe appears suitably well-worn, and Nana's muddy garden boots have a familiar feel. The show is a blend of song and story,; you'll leave humming the tunes, and remembering tales of being kind to the earth and each other. Puppet-making workshops are available to follow the show ($175). We provide most materials and teach puppetry skills. NEW! Autobiographical shadow puppet workshop for kids 8 years and up.
$351- $500
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