Native American Storytelling

Artist: Robin Pease
Type: Performance
Art Form: Storytelling
Grade Level: K-12
Scheduling Request

Robin Pease, who is of Mohawk descent, draws on her heritage as she takes you on a journey with Touch the Earth and/or Pushing Up the Sky. The program features audience participation in the form of songs, language, dance, and games.

Length: 45 Minutes
Audience Limit: 300
Curriculum Connection: Native American Culture, US History, Storytelling, Music, English Language Arts, Folk Tales, Mythology

Single Show: $625
Back-To-Back: $1,060
Three-In-A-Row: $1,500
Travel Fee: $50 per day
Note: pricing may vary for weekend/out-of-school time

Processing Fee of $30 added to all contracts


1 reserved parking space close to the door of performance space

5-6 foot table

Bottle of water

Private place to change

Dolly or flatbed cart to help transport equipment

2 microphone XLR inputs hooked up to your sound system (for artist to attach her wireless microphone and one other microphone or guitar)

Electric outlet near mic hook up 1 mic stand

Performance Space:

Proscenium style stage set-up with a center aisle and the ability for the artist to walk totally around the audience. Works best in a theatre or place where students sit on floor.

Audience should be 3 feet from base of performance space.

Minimum performance dimensions: 8’ x 10’.
Arrival time before first performance: 45 minutes
Strike time: 30 minutes
Time needed between performances: 10 minutes

PLEASE DO NOT INTRODUCE ROBIN BY NAME. She uses her Native American name throughout the program.
Teachers are expected to model appropriate audience behavior for students.

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

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Visiting artist, available November 5-7, late mornings or afternoons.