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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Rajeckas, Paul Imagination in Motion Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Theater
Imagination in Motion highlights the role of sharing and collaboration in the creative process by teaching students about the Three Cs: Concentration, Cooperation and Commitment. The show draws on various theatrical styles, including mime, modern dance and vaudeville, weaving audience participation into slow motion encounters, a boy's struggle to escape from a video game, and a giant vacuum cleaner that sweeps the performers offstage
$501- $1000
Edgecomb, Diane Welcome In The Spring Nature- Other,
Performing Arts- Theater,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Welcome in the Spring! with the very best of spring folklore, nature tales and contemporary stories. We'll meet Kate in Kate's Acorn, who gets a special surprise when she helps to save the earthworms - in the end her first acorn grows into an oak! In Kite's Tale, two best friends create an unusual kite that wings us across the sky in a hilarious fantasy of kite strings, bird's nests and song. Welcome in the Spring is the perfect accompaniment to this joyful season. "What a perfect Welcome to the Spring your storytelling program was! The children loved each story and you captivated the entire audience with your charm." Jeanne Hoffman, Agawam Public Library, Agawam, MA
$351- $500
Slaw, Jennifer Jen Slaw Interactive Juggling Workshop Performing Arts- Juggling
Participants have fun learning the basics of balancing and juggling with feathers, scarves, balls, spinning plates, diabolos, and devil sticks, while improving hand-eye coordination, focus, teamwork, physical fitness, and self-confidence! The programs are adjusted to the age and ability of group (ideal for ages 7 and up and maximum of 30 participants). Keep in mind that the program is also great for teen, pre-teen, and even adult groups. Jen Slaw's juggling combines grace, humor, skill and beauty with a captivating style which delights all audiences. Jen is an International Jugglers Association 3 Ball Champion, and has performed at countless schools, libraries, museums, festivals, theaters, casinos, corporate events, & private parties. She performs with stars from Cirque du Soleil and Ringling Bros. as part of the Nimble Arts Troupe. Jen has taught juggling to children & adults with the Big Apple Circus and more. Jen holds degrees from Swarthmore College in art & engineering .
$351- $500
Reynolds, Jackie 2016 On Your Mark, Get Set, Read Health & Fitness- Sports,
Health & Fitness- Other,
Performing Arts- Other
Want kids to laugh, learn and move this summer? Need a non-competitive group activity? Jackie Reynolds, an award winning variety arts performer knows that all jugglers, ventriloquists, balloon twisters, and magicians have to begin somewhere. This is the place! Kids from 6 to 12 years old, (and tweens and teens) can magically learn a variety of entertainment skills in this one hour fun filled workshop. They'll bring home balloons, ventriloquism, juggling and magic supplies and skills to be the star of their own show! Great for both elementary and middle school kids to encourage further skill based reading.
$201- $350
Davis, Lydia Adams One Earth So Green and Round - Songs of Nature Music,
Nature- Environment,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
One Earth So Green and Round - Songs of Nature Lydia Adams Davis is an Arts in Education Specialist , composer/guitarist and recording artist dedicated to environmental education. Lydia presents wild animal puppets and integrates science with humor and song. An acoustic band is available as well. Sound clips for all tracks can be heard at the album's website: www.oneearthsogreenandround.com Davis also offers literature-based storybook songs and historical programs.
$351- $500
Connolly, Carol Tales 'n Tunes Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Award-winning children's recording artists, Carol Connolly and Don Darmer bring tales and tunes from around the world to audiences of all ages. Their songs and stories engage children and have them singing and clapping along. Adult listeners are enchanted by their musical stories. Together, they bring folk and fairy tales to life for their audiences. Their CD, Travelin' Down the Road, is a NAPPA Honors Award winner and an honored recipient of an iParenting Media Award. They released their second CD, Bunches of Beasts, in late 2006. It has received rave reviews in Booklist and School Library Journal. Selected Programs: World Passport: A Musical Journey Around the World, Harvest Hijinks, Wild! About Reading, Story Safari, Spooktacular Songs and Stories, New York State Stories and Songs, Anchors Aweigh, Holiday Celebrations from Around the World. Tales ‘n Tunes will also design a program to suit your needs.
$201- $350
Levin, Ira and Julia Music and Poetry of Hafiz Literature- Poetry,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Music and Poetry of Hafiz A colorful pageantry of songs and stories inspired by the 14th century Sufi poet Hafiz. Hafiz, who lived in the Persian city of Shiraz 100 years after the poet Rumi, has an amazing ability to lift the listener into a state of joy that overcomes the weariness of the world. into the poetry of 14th century poet, who lived 100 years after Rumi. Inspired by the book of poetry, Hafiz of Shiraz The Gift by Daniel Ladinsky. To hear the music go to: www.soundcloud.com/thelevins Duo, trio or quartet depending on space/budget. Joined by reknowned musicians Natalia Perlaza: Middle-Eastern percussion Mark Dann: Bass, Octive Mandolin We offer price breaks if you book more than one show or have multiple bookings with libraries or venues in your area. Call us at: 510.390-4903 to discuss which show will work best for you. Duo: $250- 450/ Group: $500-800
$351- $500
Lazzarini, James PHENOMENON (mentalist show for adults) Performing Arts- Magic,
Performing Arts- Theater,
Science
Phe•nom•enon (f∂ näm´∂ n∂ n) noun 1. Something experienced; a fact or occurrence that can be observed. 2. Something notable; something that is out of the ordinary and excites people's interest and curiosity. 3. A remarkable person or thing. 4. A new and exciting show created for the sophisticated expectations of a adult audience. Do you believe in ESP and power of the mind? An exciting show created for the sophisticated expectations of a young adult audience. Phenomenon is a presentation of profound and unbelievable events in a fast-paced, fun format. This one of a kind performance will make the audience the stars of the show. Amore utilizes the audience throughout the performance for astounding demonstrations of the mind and body incorporating psychology and parapsychology, body language, power of suggestion, hand writing analysis and misdirection. Predict lottery numbers, foresee the future, read people’s minds, see a demonstration of the human lie detector, sightless vision and more. Experience Phenomenon and you will believe. Phenomenon is a show that challenges an audience to discover the power of their own minds.”
$351- $500
McEntee, Robert 'Miracles of the Mind!' (Teens) Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Magic,
Performing Arts- Theater
'Miracles of the Mind!' has received rave reviews from numerous young adult audiences. Performance includes amazing demonstrations of the powers of the mind including incredible feats of memory, telepathy, clairovoyance, precognition, psychommetry, telekenis & hypnosis. The topics in this show really appeal to this tough to interest age group, and many libraries have received larger than normal turnouts for it! Practical application and techniques shared with the audience on memory & reading speed improvement, and caution in believing claims of fortune tellers & so called 'mediums'. Teens love learning to do a mind reading effect themselves, and the grand finale with mesmerizing special effects such as laser lights and much more!
$351- $500
LaRue, Michele Someone Must Wash the Dishes: An Anti-Suffrage Satire History,
Museums,
Performing Arts- Theater
Many women fought against getting the vote in the early 1900s, but none with more charm, prettier clothes—and less logic—than the fictional speaker in this satiric monologue written by pro-suffragist Marie Jenney Howe, in 1912. =Woman suffrage is the reform against nature= declares Howe’s unlikely, but irresistibly likeable, heroine. =Get what you want. Pound pillows. Make a scene. Make home a hell on earth—but do it in a womanly way! That is so much more dignified and refined than walking up to a ballot box and dropping in a piece of paper!= Reviewers have called this production =wicked= in its wit, and Michèle LaRue’s performance =side-splitting.= LaRue is a professional actress who tours nationally with a repertoire of performances using works by writers of America's Gilded Age (Civil War - WW I). Dishes is a period satire written by pro-Suffragist Marie Jenney Howe and originally published in 1913, by the National American Woman Suffrage Association (precursor of the League of Women Voters). This production, produced by The East Lynne Company, premiered in March 1994, during New York City’s fourth-annual Womenkind Festival. Performance sites and presenters have included over 70 libraries, including Chicago’s Newberry.
$351- $500
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