Show Information Run time: 45 mins Target Age: K-6th grade Maximum Audience: 400
Written by Phil ( Blue Owl) Hooser and Heather Nisbett-Loewenstein Mischievous Coyote, silly Koshare, Father Sky and Mother Earth dance and sing to the beat of Southwestern Native American Indian drums. These stories of communication focus on the importance of being true to yourself and thinking of others.
Masks, direct manipulation mouth puppets, Indian sign language and Kachinas will delight all. Teaching Guide available. Chosen as part of The Smithsonian Institute’s 2003 Season. Tours in Metro Kansas City under Kansas City Young Audiences and Arts Partners www.kcya.org.
Optional Companion Workshop: Kachina Mask Making- Create your own Kachina Mask while exploring Hopi and Navajo symbology and color.
What We Need *Staging: 16'16'x9'H *Floor level or Raised stage
*One standard 110 electrical outlet *Indoors or out
Recommended curriculum: Social Studies, Navajo and Hopi Culture, values, art, music, theater
Pricing Pricing dependent on number of performances, season and travel expenses. Please call or contact us for more information and booking specials.