ADULT PROGRAMS for Libraries, Festivals and Special Events
Our background in education, theater, and our enthusiasm for literature comes shining through in these special thematic presentations.
- Hidden Saints and Drunken Sages features music and stories highlighting the intrinsic connection between the mystic traditions. A sing-along celebration to generate a love that promotes harmony, spanning the gap between generations, gender and geography with good humor and a benevolent spirit.
- RAISE YOUR GLASS TO CHARLES DICKENS!" A festive, participatory, celebratory time! Sing-alongs and storytelling based on Dickens’ novels musical and movie adaptations featuring the original tune that introduces seven Dickens novels in under seven minutes!
- LITERARY ELEMENTS ( Peace Love and Literature!") The Levins celebrate the lives and works of select poets and authors through music -from Shakespeare to Dickens, Poe, Hesse, Dorothy Parker, the sufi poet Hafiz and more. The program reveres the creative impulse that triumphs over adversity and revels in the spirit!
- THE POE SHOW: "Lighten Up, Edgar": A presentation of the lighter side of Poe which includes a musical ode to the poet, short stories and humorous adaptations of his poetry set to standards for group sing-a-longs. It is a light-hearted way to celebrate Poe without tearing up the floorboards.
All other equipment needed is included at no additional cost.
Rates vary slightly to accommodate distance/ travel.
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QUOTES / RECOMMENDATIONS
MONTVALE PUBLIC LIBRARY (Nov 2014)
"What a pleasure it was to host you for your performance at our library It was a lovely treat for library patrons to be
able to sit and enjoy your talent as the sweet sounds of your voices and instruments filled the evening air. Looking around at the faces of the audience members, many of whom were nodding their heads and tapping their toes (not to mention singing along), it was evident that everyone washaving a great time.
I was so impressed by your versatility and range, and by the creativityand wit of your songs. The original compositions you played for us were wonderful. You're both so gifted! And apart from your obvious talent, you're just as positive and inspiring with your life-affirming messages. Your laid-back, warm and engaging interaction with the audience in between songs added just the right touch of friendly folksiness to your performance. Thanks again for a thoroughly enjoyable evening!"
Wishing you much continued success,
N. Rondon, Adult Program Coordinator
Montvale Free Public Library