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Hickernell, Lynn Energy Everywhere! Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
From solar to chemical to potential to kinetic, energy is constantly changing forms around and through us every day! In "Energy Everywhere," kids ages 2-9 and their adults interact with Miss Lynn's original musical storytelling and traditional songs to examine the ways energy is everywhere in their own lives.
$201- $350
Oshlag, Rebecca and Rachel Build Better World-Stories of Repair Performing Arts- Storytelling
These stories from world folklore and history about the many ways people strive to improve the world will move, inspire, and entertain. Rachel and Rebecca of StoriesGalorious select stories especially for adult audiences. Teens will appreciate the stories as well.
$101- $200
Morgan, Lynn Traditional Folktales Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
I tell traditional folktales from around the world, including drawing and string stories and fables. Many stories incorporate songs or other audience participation techniques. I will tailor the presentation to meet specific audiences, such as learning stories targeting a specific theme; however adequate notice is required.
$201- $350
North Shore Theatre Group, Greg Oliver Bodine A CHRISTMAS CAROL: A solo performance of Dickens' classic holiday tale Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Theater,
Performing Arts- Literary Artists
North Shore Theatre Group presents Greg Oliver Bodine in A CHRISTMAS CAROL -- a solo, stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic holiday tale. This published, critically acclaimed one-man play is enacted by Dickens himself and is based on the condensed version of the novel he used on his historic reading tours of the United States. Adapted here to offer a unique theatrical experience. One actor. One hour! Suitable for Ages 8 - Adult. Perfect for the Holiday season! 'Charming...Children will be captivated!' --The New York Times. A CHRISTMAS CAROL is being offered as part of NSTG's SOLO CLASSICS Performance Series. The program combines elements of classic literature, drama and storytelling in a solo, narrative performance format, which is designed to give audiences an exciting, live, theatrical experience that is at once immersive, enlightening and educational. Available for bookings at tri-state libraries November 29 - December 21, 2017.
$501- $1000
Bauchiero, Sandra Aunt Helen's Closet A Museum Approach To Education® - Performance Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Aunt Helen’s Closet A Museum Approach To Education® is a performance based on a real woman from 1909. Helen Fitzgerald embarked on adventures, collected artifacts, and changed history from the 1930’s to the 1990’s. In the performance, audience members are actively engaged by donning Aunt Helen's authentic clothing and jewelry. The chronicle of her incredible journey.
$201- $350
Henderson, Chelsie Rural Soul African Drumming Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Families are invited to an educational and fun-filled drumming experience with Rural Soul music instructors Chelsie Henderson and Wayne White! Children of all ages and their parents or caregivers can expect to meet and play the African drums (djembes and doundouns), learn a song or two, and play drumming games that are fun for all. We have drums of many different sizes to accommodate participants. Depending on the event, we may bring along members of our Youth Drumming Ensemble to perform!
$201- $350
Fultz, Dave Learn to Juggle Workshop Performing Arts- Juggling
Western New York Juggler Dave Fultz introduces the age-old circus discipline of juggling in a way that all students can understand, enjoy and embrace. There are many advantages to learning and participating in juggling. Not the least of these is aerobic exercise, confidence building, improved coordination and dexterity and many more. But most of all, juggling is just plain fun! When Dave teaches students the art of juggling, it's not just scarves and balls and repetition. Dave introduces a myriad of different juggling props in the very best tried and true step-by-step learning methods. Students will learn: three-ball cascade juggling, diabolo, devil or flower stick juggling, box manipulation and if time permits - spinning and balancing. Dave has taught countless seminars and workshops on juggling, and has attended a number of juggling conventions and workshops where he has learned from some of the best in the world. This is a humorous, entertaining and memorable approach to exercise and education that students may find helpful for many years to come.
$101- $200
Jacobs, Beth Telling Stories thru Books Dance and movement Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Other,
Performing Arts- Dance
modifies stretching thru different dance and acting exercises with song and rhythm for preschoolers or world music and drum beat for older classes. Use of library books for imagery for preschoolers or to create a storyline or theme for older class levels. Older classes will have a few minutes to come up with a move of their own to present at the end of class. I can perform an interpretive ballet variation of The Firebird.
$101- $200
Edgecomb, Diane Rainforest Legends Nature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
From the banks of the Amazon River to the heart of the West African jungle, Rainforest Legends brings to life favorite folktales and songs about the animals and plants of these lands. Legends tell how the Amazon Birds grew feathers as brilliant as the colors of the rainbow, why three Invisible Hunters came to haunt the Nicaraguan rainforest, and how Jabuti the tortoise tricked the Amazon monster Kibungo into sparing the lives of three-toed frog, jaguar and monkey. For schools different Rainforest Legends performances are available for K-2 and 3-6th grade. Each performancevcomes with an extensive curriculum package, which includes both science-based and language-based activities. "Our storytelling assembly for the 5th and 6th graders was one of the best hours we have enjoyed in many years. Even our most reluctant listeners were involved. Thank you for exposing all of us to the pleasure and excitement of listening to stories." Rosemary Carr, 6th grade teacher, Warwick Elementary School, Warwick PA
$351- $500
Bromka, Sondra & John DIG THAT CANAL! ‘15 Miles on the Erie Canal' Family Fun Musical Storytelling; With FREE companion options - Folk Instruments of Along the Canal; Introduction to Theatercraft History,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
'15 Miles on the Erie Canal' is a colorful and very participatory historic musical storytelling event for the whole family. Enjoy this lively collage of Tall Tales, Costumes, Music and Sing-along Songs as the artists share an unforgettable story of New York’s famous waterway. Presented in 19th century 'folk opera' performance style, it sparkles with canal-era music from cultures along the canal, performed on a rare collection of historic instruments including hammer dulcimer, banjo, fiddle, hurdy gurdy, early squeezeboxes, canal horn, and more. Our story unfolds as Captain Simon Slick and Irish cook Sallie Waters meet up with Sal, a truly amazing mule who makes quite a splash (and also happens to be guest from the audience!). Together they set off on a rollicking journey down The Grand E-ri-e Canal, 8th Wonder of the World! Great characters, great stories, and an unforgettable historic enrichment experience for Summer Reading Programs! NOTE: For a gala event, our “15 Miles” performance may be expanded with your choice of NYS Canal Cultural Heritage workshop activities: expanded singing roles for a children’s/family chorus; lively canal-era children's dances; and even student-written Tall Tale vignettes for the Grand Finale. Custom-designed programs, special events welcome.
$351- $500
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