For young children and family audiences at Libraries, Performing Arts Centers, Parks, Schools, Museums and Early Childhood Centers
Nassau and Suffolk BOCES and Board of Education listed for 25+ years. Programs use Common Core Standards when applicable.
Parents as Reading Partners Show celebrates the joy of parents and children reading together. Fun, interactive songs and puppetry focus on favorite authors, reading fun and more.
It Takes All Colors to Make a Rainbow Show creates a rainbow of diversity as we explore world cultures through interactive songs, puppets, stories and colorful props. See the Multi-Cultural page for more shows about cultural diveristy.
Library Summer Reading Show changes each year, coordinating with the current Library Summer Reading theme.
Week of the Young Child Show is a special concert created to celebrate and honorchildren with songs, puppetry and fun.
A Harvest of Songs for Fall Show features songs of falling leaves, pumpkins, scarecrows, harvest and gratitude for Thanksgiving and all days.
Spooky Tunes for Halloween Show offers “scary” songs and stories to delight (and not frighten!) little ones, while being thoroughly entertaining for older kids. Children are invited to come in costume. This show can conclude with a Halloween costume parade.
Winter Holidays, Multi-Cultural Holidays and Winter Fun Shows all celebrate the winter season. The holiday shows bring special joy with songs, puppetry and fun targeted to the hoiday season. For details on the Multi Cultural Holiday Show, visit the Multi-Cultural page.
Springtime Celebration Show featrures songs of baby animals, growing things and the joys of spring.
P.J.’s & Pizza Show invites children to come to the show in their favorite PJs. Teachers often do the same! The sponsor provides pizza, or snack food, as we all enjoy songs, stories and lots of silly puppet fun!
Special Education Shows are creatd from Anna’s 30+ years of working with special needs audiences of all ages and developmental levels. Each show is targeted to the abilities of the audience, and each person is able to participate in their own way.