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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Morse, Andy ROCK THE LIBRARY WITH ANDY THE MUSIC MAN! Music,
Performing Arts- Dance
Preschoolers and family's the time is upon us to Rock the Library with songs, stories, play acting and dancing with professional rock star Andy The Music Man! Age appropriate songs will be played in the genres of rock, reggae and folk. Your heart will be beating to the rhythm, your foot stomping to the beat and your creativity blooming through dance. You the audience are an integral part of a successful rock show. Leave the lighters at home as your smile will be plenty bright to light up the room.
$501- $1000
Rogers, Robert Cinderella in the Wild West Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Puppetry,
Performing Arts- Theater
The famous fairy tale has been given an updated, All-American treatment. Cindy Lou Rella lives at the homestead of a pioneer woman, Cavalcade Annie, where she works hard at chores and dreams of a better life. Opportunity knocks when she enters a rodeo and competes by riding the mightiest bull around, El Toro. Instead of a fairy godmother, Cindy Lou has a Native American Spirit guide, and there are other surprises, too.
$501- $1000
Cremean, Nels Ross ''High on Life'' Health & Fitness- Other,
Performing Arts- Juggling,
Performing Arts- Theater
With an emphasis on wellness, this dynamic program promotes healthy choices that develop body, mind, and character. It incorporates age-appropriate messages on alcohol, drugs, substance abuse, and “joy-full” living. (K-12) Nels Ross’ uplifting programs promote character, wellness, learning, and joy through a unique blend of physical theater, variety arts, and humor. See InJest.com > More > School Programs for the latest info.
$501- $1000
Schuman, Sandy Stories at Work: How to Create, Tell, and Use Stories with Groups and Organizations Life Skills- Other,
Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
In this workshop for executives, consultants, and educators we explore storytelling and how it can be integrated into professional practices. Building on their own experiences participants enhance their abilities to create and tell their own stories and how to help a group tell its story.
$101- $200
CLEMENTS, JEHAN Original Folk Tales Literature- Authors,
Nature- Environment,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
1 - Alfred The Ant - An ant who lives and has fun in Central Park. 2 - A Long Story About a Short Fish - How we cleaned up the Hudson River. 3 - The Banana That Ate New York - A non-violent story with a tasty ending. 4 - We're Having Fun - A sing-a-long Song
$351- $500
Cain, Ron The Magic of Dreaming Big Performing Arts- Magic,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Theater
Introduce young readers to “The Magic of Dreaming Big,” a new magic show inspired by the 2012 summer library reading program theme, “Dream Big – READ!” Appearing as a magical dream-weaver, Ron conjures up illusions using his “Giant Book of Big Dreams (and Little Nightmares).” Children help perform tricks that encourage them to stretch their imaginations and reach for the stars. They even have a chance to picture themselves in a variety of fields, including being a secret agent, movie star, Olympic athlete, and president of the United States. A Syracuse University graduate and former teacher, Ron performs educational magic shows for libraries and schools throughout the Northeast. Each year, he presents a show highlighting the summer reading program theme. Shows include the Magic of Being Green, Wide World of Magic, Tune In To Magical Idol, Uncle Sam's Magic of America, Wandering Wizard Show, Capt. HurriCain’s Seaside Magic Show, Tex the Cowboy Magician's Wild West Show, and The Case of the Missing Bunny.
$201- $350
Bala, Rich NYS History in Song History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
With his voice, guitar, harmonica, and mountain dulcimer, Rich takes you on a musical journey through New York's vast history. Along the way, you'll hear authentic, traditional songs from the region's homes, farms, mountains, waterways, and communities. Often dressed in period clothing, Rich's programs tell the stories of the people of the "Empire State" from the Colonial Period and Revolutionary War to more recent times.
$351- $500
Dorland, Trish Summertime and the Living is Easy Performing Arts- Storytelling
We marvel at the sights, sounds and activities of summertime living - the appearance of young waterfowl and butterflies; the experiences gained from family picnics to a week at camp.
Up to $100
Parisi, Rita I am Zelda- a one-act play about MRS. F. Scott Fitzgerald Literature- Authors,
Performing Arts- Theater,
Performing Arts- Literary Artists
Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald is often known as the insane flapper wife of F.Scott Fitzgerald, author of The Great Gatsby. However, she was more than just the beautiful muse and wife to one of the greatest of the Lost Generation writers. Rita Parisi, in her one-woman original play, will pay tribute to an often misunderstood woman; a woman who was also a mother, an accomplished dancer, an exhibited artist and a published writer in her own right. *appropriate for mature teens and older. *includes some stage lighting
$501- $1000
Carpenter, Margot Were They Equal? - an African story as told by Dr. Arnold Perey Literature- Other,
Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
"Were They Equal?" is a delightful story from Africa, about Tortoise, Elephant, Hippo, & You! Arnold Perey, anthropologist, in this illustrated children's book, has retold the story for children today, and illustrated it with lively pictures. He is joined by flutist Barbara Allen, and actor Anne Fielding in the telling of the story. You'll hear about Tortoise, who is small. The big animals, Elephant and Hippo, feel important because they think they are better than Tortoise. But Tortoise plays an amazing trick on them which helps them see the truth: "We are different, but our feelings inside are the same. I deserve the same respect that you do."
$101- $200
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* Inclusion in this database does not indicate endorsement of any performer or program by the NYS Education Department, the Office of Cultural Education, the NYS Library or the participating library systems, nor does it eliminate the need for reference checks and appropriate standard screening procedures.

 

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