317 Watermelons (for Freedom) – older ages
How I was singlehandedly responsible for bringing down the Berlin Wall
Chiri Bim – from “Stories for Peace”
This was recorded on an iphone at the Peace Flag Project’s Voices for Peace Concert at the Roots Cafe in Providence, RI
“My House is too Small for Ramadan” — youngish/mixed audience
– From the programs Omakase and A Holiday Present and on the album, A Holiday Present
Story recorded live at the Plainville Public Library, s part of the Boston Bruins summer reading program, “When You Read, You Score!” in conjunction with the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. A fun story based on a traditional folk tale
From “Stories for Peace – Part 1 – Rosa Parks Story – all ages
Live recording. Note, the actual performance does not include the photo montage.
From “Stories for Peace” – Part 2 – Demonstration – all ages
Live recording of a demonstration of Aikido philosophy as a means of solving conflict.
Og – First Scientist by Mark Binder – for First Grade
Who was the very first scientist? A caveman named Og. This story was presented before a group of first-graders, and was funded by a grant from the United States Department of Education.
Sarah’s Stake — a vampire story by Mark Binder – teens and up
Live version of the story from the album, It was a dark and stormy night…
Description: Not long ago, a preacher-man came to town. Soon after, people began to pass. Sarah’s father was the sheriff. Now she has to do her duty.
Promo video for “Dead at Knotty Oak” CD – Middle School and Up