Adults? Children? Families.
Like many artists, Mark has created a variety of works that allow him to practice his craft and reach an audience.
What happens when you perform 100 shows a year for 20 years?
You reach more than 200,000 listeners!
Check out Mark’s tour calendar here.
For Young People and Families
Mark’s mission for children and families is to transmit joy with story. This can be educational, and is always entertaining, engaging and fun.
He offers three basic types of programs:
- Author Visits that inspire reading and writing
- Storytelling “Concerts” that take listeners on adventures
- Writing workshops that teach creativity, story structure and editing
Libraries • Festivals • Summer Camps • Elementary • Middle • High School • Early Learning • Public • Private • Charter • Schools • Schools • Senior Centers • Community Centers • Theaters and Special Events
Programs for adults can be “Family Friendly” or they can have a sharp edge. It all depends on the program, audience and venue.
Tale of Chelm
A sort of variety show, including stories, songs and music. Original and traditional tales often set in Chelm, a village of fools. (You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy visiting Chelm.) Rated G to PG
The Bark Minder Project
NEW — stories of drugs, death, love, theft, humor, hope and happy endings
After nearly 20 years of self-censorship, Mark is telling tales that are definitely NOT appropriate for young children. (Unrated)
These stories aren’t for kids…
Designed for Theaters, Comedy Venues, Fringes and Festivals