How long do your shows last?

All my standard shows will run 45-50 minutes, although there is some flexibility where needed.

If requested in advance, I can customize a show to a specific length of time.

2018-09-05T15:56:19-04:00Wednesday, September 5, 2018|

Can we schedule two different programs on the same day?

Maybe!  It really depends on the timing and the location of the performances.   If you schedule a half-day, for example, there is not enough time to setup one show, perform, pack up, change costumes and then repeat the process.  However, if you schedule a full-day or a half-day in the afternoon and an evening program, hosting two different programs is doable.  Call us for details.

2023-01-31T15:42:47-05:00Tuesday, November 27, 2012|

How many students can participate in the Amazing Teacher assemblies?

LaughOutLoudFunny2We have performed for groups as small as 25 and as large as 1200.  For educational significance, we suggest 250-300 students as a maximum number per presentation.  If you have more than 150 students, we recommend a raised platform/stage or elevated seating (bleachers) and/or multiple presentations.

2017-02-24T07:30:52-05:00Tuesday, November 27, 2012|

Do we need to provide a P.A. (Public Address) System?

While in some venues this can be helpful, we usually provide our own P.A. system including wireless a microphone.  Occasionally, Steve may choose to plug his mic or music  into a fixed P.A. system, but this is not required.

2013-11-15T03:08:44-05:00Tuesday, November 27, 2012|

What do you need our school/library to provide?

Steve  brings most everything necessary to make your event a success:  including a theatrical backdrop (time and space permitting), a professional PA system, a  custom collection of props, puppets, and much more!

All you need to provide is a place to perform (with a power source nearby), three identical adult-size chairs, and a small table.

If you have a clear stage or raised platform with steps, this is always a plus, but is not required.

Depending upon the location of the performing area, we might request two or three older students to help unload and load the equipment.  It is ideal to unload near the performing area where equipment can be rolled into place (i.e. no steps).


2019-10-07T09:43:29-04:00Tuesday, November 27, 2012|

Is it best to divide our students by grade level?

Educationally this is a wise decision as it allows us to present age-appropriate materials.  However, from a practical standpoint, we know this is not always possible, nor is it required.

Ideal divisions for elementary are primary (K-2) and intermediate (3-5).  For middle school and high school programs there is not a preferred grouping.

2013-10-10T14:26:54-04:00Tuesday, July 31, 2012|
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