The Traveling Storyteller

Winter 2015 Update

Dear Libraries and Children’s Organizations,

Happy New Year to you all!

Traveling Storyteller and Company Inc. just wants to let you know about our entertainment opportunities for your children’s program for the year of 2015.

There is

‘Little Red Riding Hood,’ ‘The Three Little Pigs,’
‘Ugly Duckling,’ ‘The City Mouse and the Country Mouse,’ and ‘Rumpelstiltskin’.

Don’t forget,

’The Three Bears,’ ‘Little Red Hen,’ and ‘Princess and the Pea’,

Goodness me!

‘Susan’s Friend,’ ‘Jack and the Beanstalk,’ and ‘The Hill
Family,’ ‘Nanuk’s Arctic Adventure,’ and, ’The Gingerbread Boy’,

Gee!

‘The Frog Prince,’ ‘Elves and the Shoemaker,’ ‘Beauty and the Beast,’
‘Emperor and the Nightingale,’ Hansel and Gretel’,

Wow! This is quite a puppet show feast!

‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff,’ *‘The Periwinkle Family,’ ‘A Halloween Package’ and a ‘Christmas Package’, too.

There you go, that’s twenty-two!

Our prices stayed the same, as you can see
Because we’re as accommodating as can be.

*for church organizations

This year’s Backpack Theater performances are ‘The Wild Things’ and ‘Sleeping Beauty’. (Book early. Only 16 slots for the six-day tour.)

Backpack Theater tours from Saturday, June 20th-Friday, June 26th.

So call us at 802-933-5075 or 802-393-2697 or email us at verydramatic@rocketmail.com. Check out the great website at www.travelingstoryteller.com. As always, we are here for you.

In- State Prices: Public Libraries: Small: $100 Medium $110 Large $120 Private Organizations and Schools: $175 *Mileage is added to all sites. $15 for the first 30 miles and then $5 for each additional 10-mile increment. We charge you for one way, only. If you want the craft after the show please include an extra $10 charge.

Out-of State Prices: All Libraries $175 (plus mileage). Private Organizations $235 (plus mileage) Mileage is added to all sites. $15 for the first 30 miles and then $5 for each additional 10-mile increment. We charge you for one way, only. Maximum mileage charge is $190.

Happy New Year,
Rina and Ernie