Performers and Programs

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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Hostak, Mary Ellen A Dragon in the Castle Performing Arts- Puppetry,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Theater
Welcome to our Medieval Knight Show in which a mischievous Dragon has stolen a precious mirror and sword from an enchanted castle! Two jesters undertake an exciting quest to retrieve these treasures. But they cannot do it alone. Lots of help will be needed from other members of the audience! What will happen when they match wits with the mysterious Guardian of the Forest? How will they trick the Black Knight into letting them continue their journey? And what will happen when they finally meet up with the fiery Dragon? This lively and funny show consists of 2 costumed performers, a Dragon puppet and lots of audience participation. Ideal for boys and girls ages 5 – 7
$201- $350
Alden, Bernard Professor Elzzup Puzzle -- Entertainment Fun for People Who Like to Think and Learn Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Theater,
Performing Arts- Magic
Professor Puzzle presents a fun-filled series of oddities, bloopers, misnomers, and clever ideas dealing with language, math, history, and science that is suitable for all 'kids' from eight to eighty-eight. He uses riddles, word play, betchas, memory aids, and magic tricks, Of course, Professor Puzzle can't answer every question in the world (why doesn't glue stick to the bottom of the bottle ... and why is 'abbreviation' such a long word), but he'll have his audience laughing and having fun while learning.
$351- $500
McIntosh, Story Laurie The Library is the Place for Me! Literature- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Story Laurie's love for libraries is infectious! Bask in Laurie’s frolicking style as she weaves tales of wonder and sings sunny songs about everything from home-grown tomatoes to turtles that fly, all the while delightfully reminding young and old that her favorite place to learn stories & songs (and just plain ol' hang out) is at the library! This program also features two Story Laurie tunes: the call-and-response “Come Along with Me” (to the library, that is!) and the “No Library Books in the Bathtub” waltz.
$201- $350
Gillman, Jackson Nature in Action, Story and Song Music,
Nature- Animals,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
A romp on the wild and crazy side of natural science. The presentation is a delight for all ages, especially children. Jackson's presentation is gentle, accurate in wildlife information, and nicely varied with a mixture of participatory songs, movement and stories. The North Shore Arts Council reviewer reports: The children were engaged and eager to participate. I really thought the program was genius.
$351- $500
Edgecomb, Diane Tales of Enchantment History,
Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Enter the world of fairy tales where magic is only a moment away, and lessons about how to live are expressed through vivid symbols. For younger children, Diane brings to life classic fairy tales like Snow White and Rose Red and Bee, Mouse, Harp and Bum-Clock, an unusual ‘Jack’ tale. When Jack returns home with dancing bugs instead of beans, the fun and magic really begin! For older students, Diane explores the oral tradition through Arthurian legends and ancient Irish tales such as the humorous Sir Gawain and Loathly Lady. Enchant your audiences with the beauty and magic of traditional tales.
$351- $500
Encore Performing Arts, Inc. Red's Recycle-O-Rama Nature- Environment,
Performing Arts- Other
Rick Adam, assisted by Rusty the recycling dog, Red uses audience participation, storytelling, magic, juggling, hand shadows, original songs, and Red’s Original One-Man Junk Band to offer fun-loving tips on how and why to recycle, reuse, and reduce. Through this ingenious, high energy performance, discover creative and concrete ways that your home and community can become more planet-friendly.
$501- $1000
Hostak, Mary Ellen Beauty and the Beast Puppet Show Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Theater,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Beauty and the Beast features Puppets, Actors and Audience Participation. The puppets are Beauty, the Beast, the Prince an Enchantress, and an Old Woman. Two professional actress/puppeteers guide the children through a variety of roles - from being trees in an enchanted forest to books in a magical library that the children themselves create. Later in the story, the children will participate in a dance at a party for Beauty. Based on the Original French Story
$201- $350
Alexander, Neil 100 Years Of Spring History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Dance
100 years of Spring celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Igor Stravinsky's Rite Of Spring with an intimate solo piano performance and a discussion of the work. Also included is music by Gershwin and original compositions.
$351- $500
Tincknell, Roger Children's Songs and Singing Games Music,
Nature- Animals,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
CHILDREN’S SONGS & SINGING GAMES Interactive Program for Young Children Sing, move, dance and play rhythm instruments while exploring other cultures with traditional, original and contemporary songs and play-parties! This program includes a variety of traditional, multicultural, contemporary and original songs that stimulate the imagination and inspire singing, moving and dancing. Children imitate animals, take imaginary journeys, create song lyrics and learn Spanish and other languages through call and response singing. Quiet songs and lullabies are interspersed with high energy movement songs. The program is performed on a wide variety of instruments including, guitar, banjo, mandolin, drums and harmonica. Children are often invited to play Latin, African and Native American percussion instruments.
$201- $350
Chambers, Trish Rosie the Riveter and Her Sisters – The Women of World War II History,
Performing Arts- Other
Rosie the Riveter is the story of the women who sustained our nation and her troops during WWII. Rosie and her sisters changed America forever, not only by their work during the war by also by expanding the presence of women in the workplace, the arts and professions. The presentation explores how they proved their capabilities by stepping into the places of the men who went to war, what they accomplished in jobs and situations that were considered outside the sphere of women, and how they paved the way for the feminist revolution of the 60’s.
$201- $350
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