Kizzy the Butterfly Lady
Kizzy provides fractured fairytale-type story fun for young and old alike, made better with audience participation.
Photo courtesy of Elle Mollitor
Godmother's Traveling Fairytale Museum
The Museum is a static display of items from a variety of Fairytales, with some comedic information occasionally provided by a ‘tour guide’. Examples of items to be found in the museum include Rumplestilskin’s spinning wheel and Snow White’s poison apple.
Photo courtesy of Godmother’s Museum
Logistical Considerations for Performers
Check in: You may set up at your leisure, but be aware that all vehicles must be off the festival grounds by 9:00 a.m. each day of the festival. Check in hours will be limited to the following:
Friday, June 3: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. (Participant picnic following)
Saturday, June 4: 7 – 9 a.m.
You will be sharing a stage with other performers. Please check in with the Entertainment Coordinator for schedule, welcome packet, and stage and ‘green room’ locations before setting up.
For more detailed information, please refer to the Entertainer Information Forms.
Performers: Please help promote the event by posting online, encouraging friends, family and coworkers to visit, etc.