Theater and Festival Programs for adults and families


For Bookings please contact:

Steve Scrivens
Creative Events & Theatre Programming LLC
Web: www.stevescrivens.com
Skype: steve.scrivens3
Email: steve@stevescrivens.com
Mobile: +1 (802) 730-0484

Audience size(s): 50-75 • 76-150 • 150-400+
Age(s): adult • family • elementary • middle • early
Program lengths: 45-60 minutes. Longer upon request. Multiple dates may be scheduled with identical or different programs.
Program Structure: Each program consists of several stories (with the occasional song). Depending on your booking, these stories are a set list or fluid based on the age/demographics of the audience.
Audio requirements: Single microphone with monitor and adequate amplification in large or noisy venue.
Supply own equipment (additional fee): Bose L1 Model II with Tonematch and Sennheiser hand-held wireless microphone.

Programs include: Festival Stories & Monologues • Storytelling Concerts • Adventures with Giants (and giant slugs) • Cinderella Spinderella… tales of diversity • Life in Chelm (Jewish folktales) • And many more…

Video Samples

Watermelons for Freedom

Sarah’s Stake: a vampire western.

Chiri Bim—National Yiddish Book Center

The Boy Who Hated Pizza

Past Events and Venues include…

  • Sneem International Storytelling Festival, Kerry, Ireland
  • Dublin Yarnspinners at Club na Muinteoiri, Dublin, Ireland
  • The Rhode Island Festival of Children’s Books and Authors, Providence
  • Bexley Bards at Bexley Village Library, London, England
  • Kalamazoo Storytelling Festival, Michigan
  • Children’s Museum of Greater Fall River Summer Story Festival
  • National Storytelling Network Fringe & Kansas City Fringe
  • Needham Children’s Theater at Needham Parks and Rec.
  • PVDFest, Providence, RI
  • The Life is Good Watermelon Festival, Boston Common
  • Three Apples Storytelling Festival
  • Rhode Island Jonnycake Storytelling Festival
  • WaterFire Providence
  • American Story Theater at Slater Mill and Courthouse Center for the Arts
  • AS220: Odd Wednesdays Storytelling Series
  • Read Boston Storymobile Summer Reading Tour
  • Rhode Island Summer Library Reading Tour