K-2, 3-5, Middle school, High school
Storytelling, Theatre, Music, Variety
Health, Environment, Literature
$800/$1,200 (2 performances same day location
Substance awareness, self-esteem, conflict resolution, violence prevention through theatre and music
Rick Adam uses original music, drama, mime, and vaudeville techniques to present entertaining performances dealing with vital social issues. Rick connects emotionally with the audience, delivering his messages in the context of an entertaining performance.
Focuses on the importance of good food, fun, exercise, emotions, and ways to create a balanced lifestyle. (Includes allergy awareness and sensitivity.)
An exciting interactive program featuring sing-a-longs, juggling and more exploring the 5 senses.
SHADOWTALES OF WINTER, WONDER, OR AROUND THE WORLD
These mesmerizing programs come to life through the magical art of simple hand and shadow puppetry. Children will learn firsthand how to cast shadows on a wall and create worlds where anything is possible. All you need is a child’s imagination.
SONGS AND SILLY STUFF
Sing-a-longs, original stories, juggling, hand shadows and more fun for the very young!
HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA –
Fun filled winter show with songs, stories, and silly stuff.
Red’s One-Man-Junk Band offers fun tips on how to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
A JOURNEY THROUGH ADDICTION (grades 5-12) is a compelling autobiographical theater production which explores alcoholism, drug dependency, eating disorders, teen suicide, and self-destructive attitudes.
SOUND CHOICES (K-6) takes a caring look at growing up and believing in one’s self. This program boosts self-esteem, empowers children to build a positive self-image, creatively solve problems, and make positive choices regarding smoking, drinking, drug use, and resolving conflicts.
RESOLVING RAGE (grades 5-12) provides tools to control tempers, relieve frustration, resist peer pressure, and celebrate differences.
BE COOL, BE SAFE (K-6) empowers children to make positive choices regarding bullying, taming tempers, preventing abuse and violence, resisting peer pressure, and celebrating differences.
WORKSHOPS will use either juggling, or improvisational theatre techniques to teach students artistic skills while enhancing the messages in the performances.
PO Box 630
Melville NY 11747