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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
TheatreworksUSA, - Living Voices Productions' WITHIN THE SILENCE History,
Media- Video,
Performing Arts- Theater
A moving, personal view of the Japanese-American internment during World War II. A poignant illustration of life in the camps that points to the dangers of racism and prejudice.
$501- $1000
Black, Marc A History of the 1950's and '60's through Popular Song. History,
Music
In this engaging and humorous program, the audience relives this colorful time in our history. I'll use a wide range of songs including surprising, memorable favorites like Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini, great rock tunes like Blue Suede Shoes and moving folk songs like Bob Dylan's blowing in the Wind. This program is musical, thought provoking and always leaves the audience feeling good about where we are... and where we've been. You can see many reviews on my website… http://www.marcblack.com/web3/history-of-the-1950s-60s-through-popular-song/.)
$351- $500
Vinyard, Roland Songs and Dances of Ireland History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
With The Valley Bog Players, The Bard Rocks will present an all-Irish program of the musical history of Ireland: jigs and reels, love songs, ballads, airs, drinking songs. Short commentary coupled with humor will enhance the understanding of the music. Featuring the Irish drum, the bodhran, piano accordion, guitar and Celtic banjo.
$351- $500
Heitler-Klevans, David & Jenny Hanging Out With Heroes at the Library History,
Literature- Other,
Music
Hanging Out With Heroes at the Library is a special program for the 2015 summer reading program theme of Every Hero Has a Story - an interactive musical performance featuring songs about real and fictional sheroes and heroes, including the likes of Martin Luther King, Jr., Ms. Frizzle, Sacagawea, Spiderman, and many more! Songs telling true stories of unsung heroes many also be included. Two of a Kind gets audiences of all ages involved in the performances through singing, movement, sign language, guessing games and more.
$351- $500
Stillman, Paul Living History History,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Other
Living history program covering many different characters, from Benjamin Franklin to Nasty Ned the frontiersman, as well as time periods. Original props and hands on material provided, with plenty of interaction with the audience. All ages and groups, will posture for classroom learning.
$201- $350
Carpenter, Margot Harriet Tubman, the Underground Railroad, the Cause of Slavery, & Us! History,
Life Skills- Other,
Multicultural- Other
This interactive event does something thrilling and unique: children and adults learn about a woman important in American History, Harriet Tubman, about the importance of the underground railroad, and about the cause of slavery. Based on the philosophy Aesthetic Realism founded by poet and critic Eli Siegel, children learn about themselves and the respect for the world and people they most hope for! There are Power Point slides of the routes of the Underground Railroad, music, and a re-enactment of an escape from enslavement which was led by Harriet Tubman all the way to Canada.
$101- $200
Tolliver, Lisa Telling Community Stories: Oral History and Cultural Documentation History,
Multicultural- Other,
Other
TELLING COMMUNITY STORIES: ORAL HISTORY AND CULTURAL DOCUMENTATION teaches participants to capture oral histories and community stories using the tools and techniques of cultural documentation. Modules - which may be selected and customized according to school budgets, schedules and available equipment - include: Defining the topic and identifying interview subjects (e.g., Veterans History Projects, Local Heroes and Heroines, Community Histories, and Family Histories), Conducting field interviews, Field interview documentation and release forms, Audio-recording field interviews (analog or digital audio recorders are required), Researching subjects online and in the library, Photographing subjects (digital or analog cameras are required; cameras may be disposable), Videotaping subjects - Part I (analog or digital camcorders are required), Videotaping subjects - Part II (analog or digital camcorders are required), Archiving and sharing oral histories online (computers with Internet access are required), Preparing and practicing to share oral histories in class and in assembly programs, FOR ADULTS: Train the trainer sessions. CATEGORIES: Literature, Music, Theater, Visual Arts, Professional Development. NYS STANDARDS: I, II, III, and IV.
$3001+
Hopkins, Allen Songs of Irish Immigration History,
Music
Music drawing on the Irish experience, mainly as emigrants from Ireland and new settlers in America. Selections include songs of departure (Muirshin Durkin, Off to California), of immigrant experience in the US (Paddy On the Canal, Paddy Works On the Railway), discrimination and adjustment (No Irish Need Apply, When McGinnis Gets a Job). Familiar songs of the jukebox Irish canon (When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, My Wild Irish Rose) are used to highlight the assimilation of Irish immigrants and their nostalgia for the old country. Mixed in are Irish melodies of all eras, from O'Carolan harp tunes, dance jigs and reels, Irish rebel songs, and many sing-alongs. Accompaniment on guitar, banjo, mandolin, harmonica and concertina. Very suited for St. Patrick's Day season. Performed at New England Folk Festival, Hazard Library (Poplar Ridge NY), Wide Awake Club Library (Fillmore NY).
$201- $350
Zimmermann, Linda Hudson Valley Historic Haunts History,
Other
New York's Hudson River Valley is a place of beauty and history. It is also one of the most haunted regions in the country. This program explores tales of ancient Indian spirits, soldiers who still walk the battlefields, old Dutch settlements, mansions,and cemeteries. Beware; a passing shadow or faint whisper may signal that you have just had an encounter in the historic and haunted Hudson Valley!
$201- $350
Rosenberg, Paul Cabin Fever Community Dance History,
Multicultural- Other,
Music
With a combined half-century of experience, the dance/music educators of Homespun Community Dancing create enjoyable, wholesome participatory dance and music events. As residents of the Northeast, we all know how the long winter months can make you feel cooped up and bummed out. Our Cabin Fever Dance is a popular monotony-breaker for your audience of all ages. Your library supplies the atmosphere— snowflakes, brownies, twinkle lights and books -- for the event. Homespun supplies the dance caller and musicians on fiddle, guitar, banjo and tin whistle and leads participants in square, contra and circle dances brought to America from Europe and Africa. Connect with centuries-old traditions and dance the cold winter away as generations of Americans have done. Homespun’s dances and workshops are community-building activities that get everyone up and moving. Easy dances that everyone can learn in one session means fun for children and adults. We teach about the origins of traditional folk instruments including the fiddle, modern and gourd banjo, mandolin, flute, penny whistle, clarinet, guitar, piano, recorder, percussion, and more. The “Cabin Fever Community Dance” includes a sit-down period to talk about the dancing, music, instruments, and cultures.
$501- $1000
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