Look who appeared last year! 2013 Showcase Performers
World Music Guide
Rick Anderson Motivational Magician
Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo Kinetic Story Theater
Greg Bennick Inspiring Connection
Professional Storyteller & Actor
Curtis Carlyle & Brittany Walsh The Paper Circus
The Zaniac Alex Zerbe
Additional artists with booths
at the Showcase but not performing include:
Science Magic & Reading Magic
Olympia Family Theater
Amy Friedman Smart with Art
Xakary the Magician Magical Assemblies
See the best school assembly
in action at the 6th annual
Washington School Assembly Showcase
fall many of the Pacific Northwest's busiest and best school
assembly performers come together to show their stuff in Washington
state's only booking conference for school assemblies.
Date/location/registration information will be released June 1, 2014
for the annual event held the end of September/early October each
year. To be sure YOU'RE one of the first to know, call toll-free
(877) 412-5064 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Meeting and watching the performers live is
worth 1,000 'press packets'! What a great opportunity to
find something fresh and new for your audience!
-Jeannette Sieler, Lacey Parks & Recreation.
"This was a fun and amazing opportunity to
meet, learn and see in action talented performers with a
variety of programs to enrich children education. I came
back to my school with great ideas in mind." -Yaneth
Vrentas, The Meridian School
Great Door Prize Drawings ~ Refreshments ~
Pre-registrants receive a free copy of the Official Guide
for School Assembly
Video from the September 2012
Washington School Assembly Showcase
Whether you're a teacher, parent,
librarian, parks and recreation professional, activity coordinators,
or planning events for kids and families, the Washington School
Assembly Showcase is a fantastic resource. Since the debut in
2009, many of the Pacific Northwest's favorite kidshow entertainers
have been featured at the Showcase.
Performer Directory for details for
our partners and artists.
the Showcase and you'll have
opportunities to meet with these presenters face-to-face and learn more about how they work.
Cut through the clutter and see what you’re buying.Let’s face it, you get tons of letters and
brochures from fundraising companies and assembly presenters. You
probably either file it or toss it
with barely a glance.
The Washington School AssemblyShowcase gives you the opportunity
to talk with and meet the presenters in person. They are happy to
tell and show you what they do, and how they can help your school.
If you have questions, this is the place to get them answered.
save and use. Each pre-registrant receives the
Official Guide of School Assembly Presenters. It's a
3-ring binder with the
Assembly Handbook and brochures/information from each one of the
presenters. Use it as a resource as your planning and booking
programs. Share it with others, and pass it on to the assembly
coordinator next year. Yes, it's FREE, too
(one per school/organization), and only when you pre-register.
Block-Book and Save More
Many assembly presenters offer block-booking
discounts for schools that coordinate dates for their programs. It
simply makes sense to do more than one program in a day,
particularly when working out of town. Ask presenters for more
Best of all, since you’re surrounded by other
school representatives, the Showcase is the ideal time to
make connections with other groups that may be interested in teaming
up with you to save money.
Call Showcase director Jeff Evans in
Olympia at (360) 412-5064 or toll-free (877) 412-5064 with questions
or send e-mail to
email@example.com to get on our mailing list to be the
first to know about our next Assembly Showcase.