It's Storytelling Time: A selection of classic folk, fairy, and original tales designed to introduce children to the history and art
Once Upon a Time: This program emphasizes the history and connection between storytelling and books and reading,
and how both help enrich the imagination. Basically, a literary promotion focus that is popular with librarians and for book
Help Me Tell One: Creativity is the focus as children help Carl act out and tell stories, and create their own.
On To Your Dreams: The importance of setting, having and holding on to goals and dreams, even for the young, is the theme. Children
are given a chance to consider and voice their own dreams.
Why Coyotes Howl/The Sun, Moon and Stars: The diversity and similarity
between world cultures as exemplified through the universal themes in folk tales. Includes Creation Stories and Trickster Tales
from around the world.
You Can Do It: Lessons in self-esteem and self-confidence in language children can understand, enjoy and
My Family/My Friends: This special performance highlights the joys and difficulties of family life through a series
of ancient and modern folk and personal stories. Its humorous and heartfelt depictions of everything from bedtime struggles
to blended families are perfect for family night audiences.