Performers and Programs

Program Information

Program name: The 'All You Need Is Read' Literacy Concert Featuring MOSTLY MOPTOP
Program category: Literature- Poetry
Music
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Program length: 60-100 minutes
Audience level: All ages
Audience size: Based on the size of the performing space
Program description: Beatles tribute band Mostly Moptop will perform a concert of Beatles music (and a few little surprises), but throughout we would do readings of prose and poetry not only by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, but also by key writers who influenced The Beatles such as Lewis Carroll, George Eliot, Shakespeare, and James Joyce (among several others). This promises to be a wonderful concert / library experience we would like to bring to the entire Public Library System.
Space/special requirements: Microphones, P.A. system, AC outlets. (We can help out with Mics, cables, etc. if necessary.)
Travel restrictions:
Program fee: $351- $500
Is this fee negotiable? Yes
Mileage included? No
If no, cost per mile: $0.40
Notes about the fee:
Other notes:
Regions this program
can be performed in:
Central
South Central
Capital District
Metro
Southeastern
Long Island
Program last updated: 04/25/2013
   
Performer Information (see all of this performer's programs)
Stage name: The Magical Orchestra / Mostly Moptop
Performer name: Paul Michael Barkan
Phone: 631-584-2211
Mailing address: PO Box 320
Rocky Point, NY 11778
E-mail address: moptop@optonline.net
Website: http://www.magicalorchestra.org
   
Previous appearances at: Dix Hills Center for the Performing Arts, S. Huntington Public Library, E. Islip Public Library, Stony Brook University, Brookhaven National Labs
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Performer information last updated: 06/07/2016

 

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