Massachusetts Programs & Performers Directory : Program Description

COWBOY KAREEM

Program Categories: * Music * Educational Programs * Storytellers
Audience:4-10
Description:

COWBOY KAREEM IS A STORY, WITH MUSIC, ABOUT AN INNER CITY BOY WHO WANTS TO BE A COWBOY. WHILE PURSUING HIS DREAM, HE IS PICKED ON BY NEIGHBORHOOD KIDS, BUT TRIUMPHS IN THE END. IT USES MUSIC FROM ROCKABILLY TO RAP TO COMMUNICATE THE MESSAGE THAT WE SHOULD ALL BE ABLE TO FOLLOW OUR DREAMS -- WITHOUT FEAR, INTIMIDATION OR PREJUDICE.

Fee:$350.
Group Size:2-unlimited
Program Length:50
Facility Requirements:Electricity, parking.
Last Modified:08/25/2008
Comments:COWBOY KAREEM FAMILIARIZES PEOPLE WITH THE FACT THAT 30% OF AMERICAN COWBOYS WERE BLACK. IT HAS A STRONG ANTI-BULLYING MESSAGE. IT IS VERY TIMELY IN ITS SOCIAL THEME & MESSAGE.THE SCRIPT IS NOW BEING CONSIDERED FOR A MOVIE.

Recent Library/School Appearances by A. Mifflin Lowe:

Pollard Lowell, MA 978-970-4120
Flint Public Middleton, MA 978-774-8132

Performer’s Contact Information:

A. Mifflin Lowe

Alfred Lowe
67 Bridge St
Newport, RI 02840
Phone: 401-619-3379
Fax: 401 619 3379
Email: alowe7@cox.net
Web Site: http://www.locokids.com
Preferred Contact Method: Email
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