April's New CD is Here!
- Stories and Songs from Around the World
April speaks and sings a tapestry of universal themes from legends, folktales, tall tales and tail
tales, some old, some
new; that will delight and inspire audiences of all ages. Most popular show!
- Stories of the Night - Halloween Tales
Not too frightening tales to tingle your spine and make you laugh out loud.
- Asucar! Hispanic Heritage Celebration
Stories from over the border and across the ocean; accompanied on traditional Latin folk
instruments by Guillermo Guerrero from the landmark Andes group, Tawantinsuyo.
This is a 2 person show suitable for schools during Hispanic Heritage Month as well as Cinco de Mayo
- Two Wings to Heaven: The story of Bessie Coleman,
African-American Aviatrix & Barnstormer
Even before Amelia Earhardt, before Harriet Quimby, and despite Jim Crow
laws and a racist environment, Bessie Coleman, a poor, smart girl from Texas became the first
American Aviatrix to receive an
international pilot's license.
This original program is appropriate for
4th graders thru adults..
- Celebrating the Dream
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., April will tell stories of hope, strength and courage. Using her unique combination of
interactive stories and songs,
she inspires and entertains children and adults alike, reminding each of us of power of perseverance in the pursuit of
- Festival of Lights! - Holiday Stories & Songs from Around the World
Listen to these magical tales of universal light, peace and good will towards all as we celebrate the season with traditional
songs and stories from across the globe. April tells stories of Hannuka, Christmas, and Diwali, the Winter Solstice and
others. Come share the warmth.
- Tellin' Tales: Ananci, Rabbit, Raven and Other Tricksters
From Zimbabwe to the mighty Mississippi River, folktales and legends about tricksters from around the world
tell us how to behave and how not to behave. Great fun for children of all ages!
- Songs and Stories for Kwanza
Harambee! Let us pull together and celebrate the Seven Principals of Kwanza with traditional songs and stories while learning
of the cultural and historical importance of this African- American Holiday.
- This Train is Bound for Glory: A Journey on the Underground Railroad
April weaves spirituals, work chants and traditional melodies throughout stories of struggle, hope and praise on a journey
from Southern cotton & tobacco fields, to "the promised land" of the Northern states. Follow the Drinking Gourd and share in
this exciting and awesome adventure to Freedom.
- Stories with a Jazzy Twist
April tells a variety of traditional stories, nursery rhymes, and folktales with some sassy characters that
will get you rocking. Nursery rhymes turn into blues numbers and then some when this trio hit the stage. Jazzy Twist CD