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Program
Category
Description
Fee
McIntosh, Story Laurie Story Laurie's Super Sonic Adventure! Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Science
Fasten your seatbelts and prepare for a wild ride through the world of sound with Story Laurie. In her inimitable style, Laurie will take your audience on a wacky adventure, exploring topics such as the mechanics of sound, onomatopoeia (Fizz! Boom! Baa!) and other wonders. We’ll visit the Museum of Aural Anachronisms, with its permanent exhibit on typewriters, rotary dial telephones and vinyl records. And we’ll even travel to France, where turkeys say “glou, glou, glou” and dogs say “ouah, ouah!” Yes, folks, through story, song, improv aplenty and tons of fun audience participation, you can’t ask for a more engaging, high energy show for your SRP audience. Bring Story Laurie to your public library, and you, too, will learn why she was voted 2013 “Best Children’s Performer” by Hudson Valley Magazine.
$201- $350
Fultz, Dave Gravitational Bull Juggling Show Performing Arts- Clowning,
Performing Arts- Magic,
Performing Arts- Juggling
Western New York Juggler Dave Fultz and his son Kyle deliver a very eclectic and entertaining show that is wonderful for schools, churches, block parties or any type of family fun event. Juggling, comedy, magic, storytelling, balloon sculpture and audience participation are all part of this fun filled demonstration. Dave has performed on stage multiple times with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and also appeared in the American Academy of Ballet's adaptation of the Nutcracker. Kyle and his partners came in second in the Buffalo's got Talent Contest sponsored by radio station 103 THE EDGE. Balls, clubs, rings, devil sticks, diabolo, rubber chickens, plungers, and, in appropriate settings even knives and flaming torches will fill the air in this 40 – 60 minute show. So whether you are amused or amazed, stand back because we’re throwing stuff around!
$201- $350
Defibrillators Band, The The Defibrillators/Original Music that will jump start your heart and revive the spirit Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
The Defibrillators are a group of aging baby boomers and professional musicians who write songs that depict the foils and foibles of growing old gracefully. All members are seasoned performers that bring humor, harmony and hot rhythm and blues music to any venue. Our songs can be sampled at MySpace.com/thedefibrillators. The Defibrillators have been entertaining audiences for almost ten years with their unique style and take on the getting older generation. Their shows can be done with amplified music or for smaller, intimate venues, acoustically. It is a show that audiences will not forget as we have cd's for sale too.
$501- $1000
Agostino, Christopher Christopher Agostino's StoryFaces Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Visual Arts- Painting
Christopher Agostino’s StoryFaces is a very different kind of a show. Audience volunteers are brought on to the stage and facepainted very quickly to illustrate the stories he tells. The amazing facepainting holds kids attention while they listen to folktales from around the world and his original tales. With his extensive repertoire of stories he can perform successfully for any size audience and any age: kids, teens and adults. In most shows he paints 8 to 12 volunteers while mesmerizing the audience with a theatrical storytelling style and tales that range from the comic adventure of the first time a man met a crocodile to the heroic tale of the boy Punia and the King of the Sharks. Spoken word and painted faces combine in a unique performance art, as author and artist Christopher Agostino illuminates ancient traditions to completely engage modern audiences. It’s surprising and delightful theater for any age. Several themes are available and special shows can be crafted to feature specific cultures and special topics. Discounts available for libraries on certain dates. Go to agostinoarts.com to see the new video: What Is A StoryFace?
$501- $1000
Carpenter, Regi Heroes Among Us History,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Literary Artists
This program for adults recalls acts of valor and courage form ordinary individuals during times of war and peace.
$351- $500
Baum, Renee Uncle Joe and the Rosebud Ramblers History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
How Yankee Doodle Got His Dandy. Uncle Joe and the Rosebud Ramblers tell the story of every day life during the time of the War 1812 in story and music. They offers a mix of lively up tempo energetic old time fiddle tunes, family oriented traditional folk songs and story telling to illustrate life and capture the imagination of children and adults of all ages.
$351- $500
Puppetry, Prevention Through The Feelings Garden Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Through creative puppets, children's finger plays, and music children learn healthy ways to express their feelings (happy, sad, scared, mad, calm etc.)
$201- $350
Rivest, Robert Literacy Alive! Lets Celebrate Reading! Literature- Authors,
Performing Arts- Mime,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Literacy Alive is a quick moving fun-filled enrichment program that gets students of all ages excited about reading. Robert Rivest reveals the 'hidden treasures' of reading and comically illustrates and the joys of reading everyday. Robert's mastery of mime, theater and improvisation quickly engages children, offering crystal clear examples of: Plot, Character, Setting, Problem, Solution, Beginning, Middle, End, Comedy, and Drama. A fun way to learn!
$351- $500
Marin, Craig HAMLIN Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Theater,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
“HAMLIN” is a modern, magical puppet theatre production. A timely retelling of that timeless telling-the-truth tale, The Pied Piper, HAMLIN features a colorful troupe of Flexitoon puppets, marionettes, scenery, shadow animation, blacklights and special effects. The cast of characters include a handicapped little girl named Bree who comes to the rescue; her father is the put-out-of-business-by-rats cheese maker, Monsieur Roquefort; CooCoo Roacha is the Jiminy Cricket-style roach who is also the Piper’s manager. The Piper himself is a cat. There are rats galore to guarantee guffaws. The story is rich with comedy and positive messages; a perfect family and artistic entertainment.
$1001- $3000
Franco Feeney, Betsy Giant Book & Song Literature- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Theater
For younger students, it is an eye-popping experience to see an almost 6-foot wide picturebook open before them! The smallest of worlds comes to life in a big way when Mrs. Feeney turns the pages of her giant book. The American Association for the Advancement of Science has praised the book saying, “Amoeba Hop is an innovative approach to introduce young students to the world of microbiology, using song lyrics.” The students will also perform the story of Amoeba Hop right in the classroom using large cutout characters from the book and the little girl’s umbrella & coat!
$201- $350
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