For each of our story telling presentations, we wear costumes, use sets. props, and other objects to help us tell the best stories possible. All of our stories are written by Mr. Kohler, edited by Mrs. Slade and tested on many, many audiences.
If you would like to see these stories performed, we will be performing at the Crescent park Carousel every Saturday at 11:00 AM. We will be doing the Stories from Farmer Brown’s Garden May 11th, 18th and 25th, Puppet Show: The Rabbi Loses His Ears June 1st, 8th, and 15th, and Puppet Show The Landing of the Schlunk June 22nd, 29th, July 6th. The performances are free, and are performed at the new Gazebo right next to the Carousel.
Here are the story telling program that we have available:
Captain Marcus Pirate Show How a Bad Pirate learns to be good.
Captain Marcus World Pirate Show–Backed by a map of the world, Captain Marcus tells tales of Pirates and Geography.
Stories from Farmer Brown’s Garden; Written for the R.I. Spring and Garden Show, we introduce the audience to gardens, bees and pollination, and flower stories!!
Bugs Safari: Bob and Betty the Bug Hunters introduce the Insect Families with stories.
The Cowardly Lion and Glinda the Witch Tell OZ Tales
King and Queen Cole tell tales and stories of medieval life in a Castle.
Mother Goose and Farmer Brown: Nursery Rhymes and related play activities and games.
Train Engineer and Conductor—let’s travel–Trains, maps, geography and the making of American railroads.
Burning of the H.M.S. Gaspee: Captain Lindsay tells the tale while he guides the Hannah near the Warwick shore.
Mrs. Claus Visits Fran plays Mrs. Claus with gusto, compassion, and love. She is one of the best known Mrs. Claus having played the part for twenty years for the City of Pawtucket’s Winter Wonderland. Marc worked full-time as a Santa for the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis, MA. So, it is difficult to have him come to. .
One Presentation 45 minute $ 150.00 Two Presentations the same day $ 275.00 Three Presentations $ 350.00