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Your Library Summer Reading and Storytelling Programs
by a storyteller tailored around reading programs and seasonal
approximately 45 minutes and geared for kids K-5th, or adjusted
for family audiences
Shows can be designed for both large
(auditorium) and smaller sized audiences
Ideal performance space needed is about 20
feet by 20 feet, but can be adjusted
Background music is played on a CD, a nearby
outlet is appreciated
Microphones are suggested if audience sizes
are around 25 or more
We give discounts to shows booked on the
same day and on/near the same location
come early to set up
We can include English stories with some
Rates: please e-mail us with a list of our
current rates, as mileage may be a factor
Availability: our schedule changes every
day, please e-mail us with a
date and time request
Description of show:
performed using an array of props, humor and song. Then it’s
time for Story Theater. About 4- 6 child volunteers come up and
perform a story or two with fun props. The rest of the audience
fully participates in joining in the call and response parts of
the tales. At the end they learn the Story Soup Song...
singing the importance of everyone’s story.
are encouraged to become the hero of their own story by
reading, and learning to be who they want to be. They are also
encouraged after the show to learn stories from
their family and ancestors, breathing life into the lost oral
traditions of culture. This creates a rich and personal
connection to stories and their lives.
Stories are gathered
from rich, diverse cultures and corners of the world to share
various folktales and traditions:
Mexico, Asia, Africa,
Ireland, Latin America, India, Native American cultures and
The Magical Tree and Musical Wind : Original
children’s book by Miss Fairy.
workshops that guide children and young adults may also be
organized to create and perform lively folklore from their
heritage-- including Latino, African, Asian and
Native-American. California Standards in the Performing
Arts (VAPA) can be included.