pic Titl

ipsum dolor my eirmod tempor invidunt ut labore et doloremagna.

Mauris dui ante, venenatis vitae, ultrices lacinia, commodo vel, libero. Aliquam arcu metus, eleifend ac, sollicitudin id, sollicitudin a, libero. Lorem ipsum dolor my eirmod tempor invidunt ut labore et dolore magna aliquyam erat, sed diam voluptua.

Lorem ipsum dolor my eirmod tempor invidunt ut labore et dolore magna aliquyam erat, sed diam voluptua.

Lorem ipsum dolor my eirmod tempor invidunt ut labore et dolore magna aliquyam erat, sed diam voluptua.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Maecenas pede. Mauris dui ante, venenatis vitae, ultrices lacinia, commodo vel, libero. Aliquam arcu metus, eleifend ac, sollicitudin id, sollicitudin a, libero. Sed ipsum. Aenean accumsan.

 

 

   

 

 

NEW PROGRAMS FOR 2017-2018

 


10 HL - Imagination in Action!

This all-male dance company combines athleticism and artistry to engage audiences in a unique, fun and interactive dance experience. Imagination and creativity abound as students are treated to dynamic expressions of movement and learn how dance comes to life, exploring rhythm, shape, dynamics and more. Production includes a cast of 4 dancers and post-performance discussion with artists is available upon request. 10 Hairy Legs; Grades K-12; $1100/$1800

Elizabeth Sobo 973.699.8191                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      .


Guerilla Haiku Movement with Caley Vickerman

Actor and Educator, Caley Vickerman, is passionate about the intersection of arts and education. She is an actor specializing in interactive and improvisational performance, a storyteller and, a poet-enabler. She is a believer in the power of words to connect us to ourselves, to each other and to our neighborhoods and public spaces. To that end she founded the Guerilla Haiku Movement, a public art experience that has traveled the country since 2011 joining communities in creative play using the short form poetry, haiku, as the tool for connection and engagement. Through Guerilla Haiku she offers programs tailored towards 4th-12th Grade Audiences for creative literacy programming, arts integration, internal team-building, character development, and to increase visibility and deepen conversations with a school’s wider community.  Guerilla Haiku programs can be modified as in-class workshops, or full-grade assemblies with small group breakouts. She is also available for residencies and professional development. Guerilla Haiku; Grades 2-12; $1200/$1500 

Caley Vickerman 917.715.5976                                                                                                               Video: NJ Star-Ledger about GHM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               .


In the Shadow of the Mountain

Parents Choice award-winning storyteller Lou Del Bianco portrays his grandfather Luigi Del Bianco and tells the story of his unique contribution as chief carver on our nation’s greatest memorial. Lou uses authentic photos, maps and timlines to bring Luigi’s story to life. This is a unique program about history, ancestry, perseverance and advocating for human rights. Students will also learn that history doesn’t always tell you the whole story and that it’s up to the individual to do the work and find out the truth about what really happened. Connects perfectly to Social Studies curriculum and primary source research. Lou Del Bianco; Grades K-8; $750/$1200

Lou Del Bianco 914.937.0897                                                                                                                                                                   .


The Odyssey Experience

Written and directed by Christopher Parks, The Odyssey Experience is a completely-interactive production created at the McCarter Theatre Center, now touring through the Experiential Theater Company. Adapted from Homer’s The Odyssey (considered the greatest epic of Western literature), Odysseus’ voyage is the subject of an innovative and participatory style of theatrical storytelling. The performance is fueled by the imagination of the audience as they, together with an ensemble of professional actors, create every facet of the production experience. Students and family audiences not only interact with characters in this tale from ancient Greece, but they portray many of the principal characters themselves - Penelope, Hermes, Poseidon, members of Odysseus’ crew - as they are transported on a journey unlike any they have ever experienced before. Experiential Theater Company/Robin Klinger Entertainment; Grades 4-12; Price on request

robinklinger.entertainment@gmail.com

www.robinklingerentertainment.com                                                                                        .

Robin Klinger 516.472.7130                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          .


Tiny Books, Big Ideas

In the spring and summer of 2016, Amy Tingle and Maya Stein transformed their 1965 Covered Wagon caravan into a mobile museum of miniature books made by more than 160 artists and writers (both amateur and professional) of all ages from around the world. All of the books measured 3 inches or less in dimension. They traveled more than 10,000 miles around the United States with their collection, teaching tiny book workshops to thousands of people in more than 60 locations. They are available to share a selection of remaining works from the collection and offer a tiny book-making workshop for students and teachers. Students view the collection, hear details of the journey as inspiration, and then make their own miniature book and fill it with personal words, stories and illustrations from their own lives. All materials supplied. Amy Tingle and Maya Stein; Grades K-12; $750 per day for up to four workshops

Maya Stein & Amy Tingle 201.259.9801                                                                                                                                                                                                   .