Thursday, March 27, 2008


I work at a couple of different libraries as part of my job. Wednesday, we were happy to host a visit from Showagon, a group of players from Theatre Memphis. I'm always happy to see them coming, they always put on a top-quality program. This year, they did 4 fables from Aesop. I had slightly younger kids this time, and they adapted it to their level really well.

Here is the lion that got caught in the trap and freed by the little mouse:

This one is from the Boy Who Cried Wolf:

The ants that worked hard all summer and the grasshopper who only wanted to sing and play and dance:

They also do some literacy activities - here they were playing a game, matching the fable to the moral:

And just a very short video clip - I didn't want to make a long one because it takes up so much space on the camera card. The little kids really liked the scary lion that got saved by the little mouse - this is the lion roaring:


anne bebbington said...

I just love these Storyteller type groups - every so often we get something like this in the school where I work and the kids take away such special memories - yesterday we had a Maths Magician - how to breathe a new life and excitement into a dreaded subject - what clever people

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

Great fun for the kids and good choice of stories too! I bet the kids really enjoyed it!

Dawn said...

Oh how cute! I remember when my kids were young they loved stuff like this!

julieQ said...

Looks like the kiddos are having a great time! What a neat thing to do with the children.

Finn said...

What fun at the library! I love story telling *VBS* Please do COME back soon's April now you know. Are you hiding from income tax time? Sending big hugs, Finn

Morah said...

Oh my does that look like fun or what!

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