Paul Taylor, Australian Culture
Paul “Walking Stick” Taylor is an Australian storyteller, didjeridoo player, singer, and cultural ambassador. He is a 2012 Finalist for Australian of the Year. Now based in Laramie, Wyoming, Paul Taylor has performed and taught for over 300,000 American children. He has been honored for his
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Australian Culture with Paul Taylor (Multidiscipline Residencies, Performances and Workshops)
Paul Taylor performs Wonders Down Under, Australian Music & Stories. Wonders Down Under is an interactive multifaceted performance. Students come away with a unique look at the wonderful Aussie character through an exciting mix of stories, songs, dance, painting, theater and didgeridoo – drawing comparisons in American history and culture. The performance honors both the Aboriginal and European...
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Performance: 8′ x 10′ clean and clear staging area; Simple sound system with one vocal mic and one instrument mic.
Residency: Space adequate for workshop activities and performance area adequate for student performance; Simple sound system with one vocal mic and one instrument mic for performance
Schools, libraries, performing arts centers, theaters, community venues
$700 per performance when in area; $650 per multiple performance, same day, same site; Workshop $350 (Must be scheduled with performance): Call for details Community Programs: Call for details Call for one to five day residency fees
Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally. Evaluate a speaker’s point of view, reasoning, and use of evidence and rhetoric. Ask and answer questions about what a speaker says in order to clarify comprehension, gather additional information, or deepen understanding of a topic or issue.
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