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Performance Description: “Legends Come Alive”

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“NATIVE LEGENDS COME ALIVE” is an educational and entertaining program with drumming, chanting, and storytelling.

Geri weaves legends and songs together into a memorable, magical web that will leave you intrigued. Listen to the traditional Native American stories of Trickster Coyote, Wise Old Spider Woman, Star Legends and many others as they are told with animated creative expressions.

These are stories that have been handed down, grandparents to grandchildren down through the ages. Geri brings them to life with a contemporary flair that entertains this generations television and video playing audiences. She keeps even these “entertain me” children spellbound for the 45 minute program.

Both children and adults have been captivated by Geri’s performances.
It is a truly an entertaining and unforgettable experience!

Geri’s 45 minute programs comes with Geri leading the audience in a Navajo folksong at the very beginning of her program. Children participate by patting their laps to the beat of the drum. They sing along with Geri.

Geri tells her stories as the children participate along with the story using hand gestures to animate the story.

Geri explains and shows the audience her squash blossom turquoise and silver necklace, her rain design coat and her drum and “bear” clan symbol on her drum.

What people have said about Geri’s programs:

“We loved the way you brought the animal characters to life, especially the participatory moments.”

The National Museum of Women in The Arts, Washington D.C.

“It would not be exaggerating to say that the audience was spellbound.”

Cal State Fullerton College, Fullerton, California

“She transfixes her audience with her tales and the way in which she tells them incorporating action, humor, and audience participation.”

Pasadena City Library, Pasadena, California

Teachers comments:

Excellent rapport with children — loved the participation.”

Obviously knows and understands her culture.”

Miss Keams set the mood in the beginning with her colorful costume and her drumming — engaging.”

Ms. Keams’ professionalism and enthusiastic spirit made working with her a delight.”

Student Comments:

“I like the story of the Quill girl and how she took care of her brothers and made them into star.”

“You’re an awesome storyteller!”

“Please come back to our school next year.”

“I enjoyed learning about your culture. I liked your Indian rain coat patterns”.

“It was fun and I like that you use humor to express your stories”.

For details on program fees, please contact Geri at 626-798-4343,or at keams@charter.net