King Philip’s Indian War in Massachusetts
Drawing from the research in his book, Tougias discusses the causes, the battles, and the aftermath of America’s first war between colonists and natives. He illustrates the topic with dramatic photography slides and then discussed the research and writing process behind his two books on the subject, one, a history of the war, and the other, a historical novel.
For 2020, the 400th anniversay of the pilgrim's landing on Plymouth Rock, Michael offers a specially adapted version of this program entitled "From The Mayflower to King Philip's War."
Audience Limit: 300
Curriculum Connection: Storytelling, Writing Process, Publication, Native American History, Massachusetts History, US History
2 shows minimum
Back-To-Back Shows: $980
Three Shows In A Row: $1,280
Travel Fee: based upon mileage
Note: pricing may vary for weekend/out-of-school time
Processing Fee of $30 added to all contracts
1 reserved parking space
Water for 1 person
Multimedia projector for Michael to hook his computer (PC) up to
Large table to display artifacts and books
Microphone if over 75 students (if possible)
Performance space must be spacious enough for the above items to fit at the front of the room with space for artist to walk around during presentation.
Arrival time before first performance: 30 minutes
Strike time: 30 minutes
Time needed between performances: 5 minutes
Teachers are asked to model appropriate audience behavior for students.
Please introduce the performer as a Young Audiences of Massachusetts artist.