PROGRAMS

PROGRAMS

Weather, Climate, Let’s Define It!

Artist: Billy B
Type: Performance
Art Form: Music
Grade Level: Pre K - 8
Scheduling Request

Billy B leads his audience through a song and dance exploration of the differences between weather and climate, the structure and benefits of the atmosphere, and how it all supports the amazing diversity of plant and animal life on our beautiful planet. For older students, Billy introduces the concepts, and science of, the human impact on the atmosphere/climate.

Note: Available live online in an interactive adaptation with dymanic backdrops, for remote learning. 

Length: 45–50 Minutes
Audience Limit: 500
Curriculum Connection: Natural Science, Environment, Music

Audio: Billy B, 'Sun Up, Sun Down' 
In-person Promo Video: Weather, Climate, Let's Define It
Video: Remote Arts Learning Showcase (Billy B starts at 23:29)

Remote Single (Live): $600

Single Show: $750
Back-To-Back: $1,275
Three-In-A-Row: $1,800
Travel Fee: $100

Note: pricing may vary for weekend/out-of-school time

Processing fee of $30 added to all contracts

Provisions:

1. One reserved parking spot 
2. Room temperature water for Billy’s singing voice 
3. One small table 
4. One 25 foot electrical extension cord 
5. At least 20 feet x 20 feet of unobstructed floor or stage area 
6. If students are sitting on the floor, at least 10 feet of space should be between the first row of 
students and the edge of the performance area 
7. Please seat students in two groups with a middle aisle (when possible) 
8. Billy brings his own sound/PA system and the stands needed to hold up his backdrop 
9. It would be very helpful to have a knowledgeable person on hand who would know how to operate the stage lights and the location of the stage’s electrical outlets.

 

Grade levels: PreK-8

Audience limit: 600

Performance length: 45-50 minutes (with Q&A)

Arrival time before first performance: 1 hour

Strike time: 1 hour

Time needed between performances: 10 minutes

Please introduce the performer as a Young Audiences of Massachusetts artist.

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