Reggie Harris has been affiliated with the John F Kennedy Center’s Partners in Education program for over two decades, offering both multimedia performances for students and communities as well as and in-depth workshops for educators at all grade levels. His writing, research, field work and
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I Have a Dream: How Martin Climbed the Mountain
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream, but he did not dream alone. Skillfully using stories and music, Reggie highlights how the contributions of Frederick Douglas, Harriet Tubman, Benjamin Banneker (inventor), Satchel Paige (sports star), and others helped young Martin become a man who changed the world and add to the fabric of our nation.
Monday through Sunday, day or eve
The artist can provide sound for schools and other small venues when contracted to do so. For other venues, the artist will need one vocal mic and one instrument mic, both on boom stands; one direct line and one monitor stage right.
On-site in schools and community venues
Two performances in one day – $750 per performance
Three performances in one day – $650 per performance
NC Standard Course of Study: * Examine the causes, course, and consequences of the Civil War and Reconstruction including the effects on American peoples * Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words. * Ask and answer questions about information from a speaker, offering appropriate elaboration and detail. * Identify the reasons and evidence a speaker provides to support particular points. Summarize the points a speaker makes and explain how each claim is supported by reasons and evidence. * The student will retell stories that illustrate positive character traits and how the people in the stories show the qualities of honesty, patriotism, loyalty, courtesy, respect, truth, pride, self control, moderation, and accomplishment.
NC Essential Standards: * Understand how music has affected, and is reflected in, the culture, traditions, and history of North Carolina. * Understand the interacting elements to respond to music and music performances. * Illustrate audience and participant behavior appropriate for the purpose and setting that music is performed. * Understand global, interdisciplinary, and 21st century connections with music.
Christy Lill (PTA mom), 518-376-3425, PTA at Geyser Road Elementary School, Saratoga Springs NY firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia MacMillan, email@example.com Troy Prep Elementary School, Troy, NY 704-910-7462 Dir of special projects
Laura Lawson, Jenkins Elementary School, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 781-545-4910- Teacher and Arts Coordinator, Scituate, MA
Amy Blake- email@example.com- 973-992-7491; 2nd grade Teacher and arts coordinator at the Hartshorn School- Short Hills, NJ
James Percoco firstname.lastname@example.org- (703)507-1261; History teacher at the Loudon School for the Gifted in Loudon, VA and Teacher in Residence at The Civil War Trust
Student Study GuideHow-Martin-ClimbedPerfguide2019.pdf
When the Artist has incurred significant travel expense to honor a contract and the contract or a portion of the contract is canceled due to weather, the artist will be paid in full and every attempt will be made to reschedule the services within the following 12 months at no additional charge to the Artist or the Presenter/School. If the Artist is at home or has not traveled to reach the venue location when the cancellation occurs, payment is not required and every attempt will be made by all parties to reschedule the work within the following 12 months. It is understood that make-up dates will be rescheduled when the artist is traveling through an area and the Artist is under no obligation to pay additional travel expenses to make-up services canceled due to weather.