Monday, April 11, 2011

"Hungry Caterpillar" by Rompmer Rhythm and Puppets


Wednesday & Thursday | April 13 & 14 | 10:30AM

About this Show: Diane weaves 3 engaging tales for younger children - “The Hungry Caterpillar”, about the development of a butterfly; “The Bear and the Beehive”, a story of strength in numbers; and “The Rabbit and the Moon”, a charming tale of friendship, sharing, and the rewards of helping someone in need. Diane’s trademark humor, music, lovely puppets and effects make this fun for the family.

“I wanted to thank you for the wonderful performance this week. All the children were awestruck and thoroughly entertained. The adult comments were equally favorable. The plays were aged appropriately for our young audience, and the business end of the experience was easily handled. All in all a very good experience for Bartlett School.”
-Judith LaPlante, Teacher, Josiah Bartlett Elementary School, Bartlett, NH

About the performer:
Diane Kordas, Romper Rhythm and Puppets produces quality theater performances that entertain and educate audiences. Diane’s puppet shows feature beautifully crafted stages and well designed gorgeous puppets. A live theater atmosphere is created that engages and invites appropriate audience participation, drawing them into the story. The stories are derived from children’s literature, folk tales, legend and myths from around the world.

Diane Kordas has been performing music for children and families since 1992, and puppet shows since 1998. 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, Boston Area Guild of Puppetry, UNIMA, and Children’s Music Network. Diane’s CD, “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.

Diane is a member of the NH State Council on the Arts Touring roster and the New England Foundation for the Arts. Check out her website!


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