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Program
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Description
Fee
Native Dance Theatre, Red Thunder The Next Generation People of the Plains Genealogy,
Multicultural- Native American,
Performing Arts- Dance
People of the Plains brings the rich cultural heritage of the Plains tribes to life with an interactive, visually stimulating, historically packed program of dance and song suitable for all audiences. With authentic costuming, in-depth English narrations, audience participation and cultural knowledge, this program brings a deeper understanding of Native American culture to audiences of all ages.
$1001- $3000
Crocker, Keith BILLY GILBERT - Hollywood's Forgotten Comic Genius Media- Film,
Media- Video,
Performing Arts- Theater
Billy Gilbert is easily one of the most recognized character actors on screen, yet so few people know anything about him. Born to Metropolitan Opera singers, Billy Gilbert was in Vaudeville since age 12, and upon being spotted by Stan Laurel during a stage show in 1929, was introduced to the world of motion pictures. He ended up working with the major comic talents of the day, including Laurel and Hardy, The Three Stooges, The Little Rascals, The Marx Brothers and W.C. Fields. He also acted along side Charles Chaplin, John Wayne and Frank Sinatra. This program celebrates Billy Gilbert's career in cinema, and utilizing various clips from his decades of work shows you why he was one of the favorite foils of Hollywood funny men.
$101- $200
Keeffe Schwartzman, Gigi 2012 SUMMER READING: DREAM ON! & READY FOR BED! Literature- Authors,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Dream On! Wind up your "Imagination Key" and "Oh the Things We Can Think!" and the places we can go if we only dream.... A totally interactive program of Songs, Games and Stories. Both Dream and Dream on:Ready for Bed are great PJ concerts too - both a.m.and p.m. Teddy Bears and Jammies welcome as we sing and dance our way through imaginary journeys. A touch of Seuss always included - a little "Waltzing with Bears" and other delightful songs both original and well known. Sing-a-longs and Bedtime stories complete with SNORES!!!
$351- $500
Crocker, Keith LAUREL & HARDY: THE SILENT YEARS Media- Film,
Media- Video,
Performing Arts- Clowning
This is an excellent addition to my "Lost in Laughter with Laurel & Hardy" program which covers their sound work. In this program we examine how the classic comedy team got paired together by Producer Hal Roach, and we look at the silent short comedies produced in the late 1920's. We will watch one of their classic silent short comedies, Do Detectives Think from 1927. It was this short that solidified the classic persona they would adapt and in term would make them the most recognizable comedy teams in history. This program uses DVD.
$101- $200
Barkan, Paul Michael The 'All You Need Is Read' Literacy Concert Featuring MOSTLY MOPTOP Literature- Poetry,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Beatles tribute band Mostly Moptop will perform a concert of Beatles music (and a few little surprises), but throughout we would do readings of prose and poetry not only by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, but also by key writers who influenced The Beatles such as Lewis Carroll, George Eliot, Shakespeare, and James Joyce (among several others). This promises to be a wonderful concert / library experience we would like to bring to the entire Public Library System.
$351- $500
CLEMENTS, JEHAN Traditional Folk Tales Literature- Other,
Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
1 - Fairy Tale & Folk Tale - Important Storytelling Words 2 - How Nemisis Brought Stories to the World - African Folk Tale 3 - Nasrudin Tales - Sufi tales from the Masters 4 - We're Having Fun - A Sing-a-Long Song
$351- $500
Gillman, Jackson Winter Wonders Music,
Nature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Very participatory songs and stories about shoveling, snowmen, snow angels and nature in winter. As with all Jackson's shows, it is highly visual, energetic and interactive, and appeals to a wide range of ages. The use of sign language adds another dimension to the action.
$351- $500
Edgecomb, Diane Once Upon A Wintertime Literature- Other,
Nature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Once Upon A Wintertime: Warm your hearts and your imaginations with this performance of tales from long ago. These stories of wintertime magic and fun are drawn from many cultures ranging from the lyrical Grimms tale of Snow White and Rose Red to tales of folksy New England escapades. Transform a winter's day or evening into a time of delight. Choose Once Upon A Wintertime as a non-denominational way to celebrate the December holiday season Thank you so much for that lively performance of Once Upon A Wintertime, you had the audience eating out of the palm of your hand! You are so good at judging the audience and tweaking your program to fit the group, even so far as the sound system! You are a true professional and we just love you here in Duxbury. Marty O'Meara, Duxbury Free Library, Duxbury, MA
$351- $500
Hartin-Gelardi, Lorraine Be the Hero of Your Own Life…Finding Your Place in Family Stories Life Skills- Other,
Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Every family has a collection of stories, sayings, photos, objects, memories and customs that make them unique. Storyteller Lorraine Hartin-Gelardi will help children become “story detectives” and search out the answers to questions such as “What was the worst meal you ever cooked?” “What is the best vacation you had as a family?” “How did you get your name?” Children will develop techniques for exploring family history and ways to share their stories with others.
$101- $200
Oshlag, Rebecca and Rachel Sherlock: Scientist and Savant (2014 Summer Reading Program) Performing Arts- Storytelling
Spark a reaction from your teens with this program about Sherlock. An enduring character in detection fiction, Sherlock has become popular with teens due to recent portrayals in films and television series. This StoriesGalorious program will enable teens to identify the considerable contributions to forensic science made by Sherlock and explore the complex personality of this brilliant detective. Sherlock’s creator, the extraordinary Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is fascinating in his own right. A discussion of his remarkable life will permit teens to determine aspects that influenced the development of the characters of Sherlock and Watson. The rendition of several of Doyle’s favorite Sherlock stories by Rebecca and Rachel will further spark interest in reading modern and original versions of Holmes’ adventures, seeking additional information about his author, and learning more about forensic science.
$101- $200
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