Hiawatha, a curious young boy, decides to disobey his grandmother and seek a vision alone in the forest. There he finds a sacred cave and enters a magical world full of talking animals and fantastic spirits! He meets a wise Mohawk, called The Peacemaker, who teaches him a wonderful lesson. At last, with the help of his friends Bear and Turtle, Hiawatha discovers the pathway he must follow to become a great man! Based on the life of the great Iroquois hero Hiawatha, this play features full sets, exquisitely crafted puppets, and an accompaniment by Native American flute and drum recordings.
Price & Info
Assembly Price: $1,220
Assembly Two-in-a-Row Price: $1,640
Travel Fee: $75 per day (virtual programs are not charged for travel)
Audience Limit: 300
Program Length: 45 min.
Appropriate For Grade(s): Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Arts Appreciation Month
End of Year Celebration
Native American Heritage Month
Visual & Performing Arts
Ability to darken room is vital (it doesn’t need to be pitch black—cover windows). Performance space on same level as audience. 12 ft. ceiling required, performance space needs to be 20 ft. wide and 16 ft. deep, with access to electricity. Artists arrive 90 minutes in advance to set up show. Please mix older and younger students together (e.g., K-6).