Sunday, January 23, 2011

More about… “The Brementown Musicians” by Romper Rhythm and Puppets

Wednesday and Thursday | January 26 & 27 | 10:30AM

About the show:
Adapted from the traditional Grimm Brothers folk tale, these three animals join together to form one fantastic band and audition for the king. A tricky robber, however, throws a wrench in their plans. Lots of participation and fun!

Performed with hand puppets. This show is recommended for ages 4 and up.

About Romper Rhythm & Puppets:
Diane Kordas has been performing music for children and families since 1992, and puppet shows since 1998. As a registered nurse and later as a mom she started using music and puppets to entertain and educate her patients, friends and family. She learned how to design and sew her own dolls and puppets with instruction from her mother, and enjoys making her own puppet characters for her shows. Today, her classic and original stories with puppets, music, humor and audience participation are enjoyed by children and families at libraries, schools, outdoor events, parties, daycares and preschools throughout New England.

Diane Kordas is a member of Puppeteers of America, Children’s Music Network, and the Boston Area Puppet Guild. Thanks to the success of her children’s music recording entitled Hello, How Are You?!
, she has finished recording a second CD entitled Dinosaur Stomp.

Dinosaur Stomp
has been chosen Winner of the Children’s Music Web Award 2005 for Best Recording for Younger Children ages 5 to 8, and Best Educational Seasonal or Religious Recording for Younger Children ages 5 to 8.

She was also recently selected as a member of the NH State Council on the Arts Touring roster and the New England Foundation for the Arts.

Romper Rhythm & Puppets [official site]

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