Heart Mind Productions - 11644 Maple Road - Plymouth, IN 46563 - Ph. (574) 936-3896 - Fax (574) 936-8302 email@example.com
"The day of your appearance marked one of the most educational and entertaining experiences on this year's class calendar. Your songs and stories gave us a new understanding and appreciation of the Native American Inhabitants of our area. It was the perfect addition to our study of Indiana History. Thank you for making learning so much fun!"
Susan Furuness, 4th/5th grade teacher, Homan Elementary
"You again garnered rave reviews from those who attended your hour of songs, poems, and stories. Yours was the inaugural performance in our new library. This was a deliberate choice on our part; we knew from your past appearance that you would provide the gift of a unique and polished presentation, combined with a respect for your audience."
Jean Andres, Tippecanoe County Public Library
"Students and staff alike were delighted with the performances you gave for us on Thursday. The kindergarten in the morning, especially, enjoyed their private time with you, as did the artistically talented students you visited after school. We appreciated so much that you would take time for them."
Susan Robinson, Principal, Harcourt School, Indianapolis
"Your program was excellent and well received by your audience. It was just what I had in mind. As a storyteller, I so much appreciate hearing other tellers and learning from them. Your quiet telling of tales and combining of music is both powerful and moving."
Jeannine S. Furukawa, Lake County Public Library
"The audience members at our "end-of-the-summer" Reading Program party certainly enjoyed your entertaining performance. I have heard many positive comments and compliments from both children and adult participants. It was a wonderful finale for our summer program!"
Valerie Thompson, Children's Services, Muncie Public Library
Thank you for sharing time with students and teachers at North Elementary. Through your creative storytelling and dramatization with song and game, we have connected with our past, our natural world, and have seen ourselves as an integral part of a whole. Thank you for challenging our minds...you have re-channeled our energies into new avenues of thought and forms of self-expression. I applaud your dedication to the research and teachings of the Potawatomi Indians and the development of unique and effective educational programs for children in the areas of personal growth and self-awareness."
Karen Huff, Enrichment Coordinator, North Elementary
"Schricker mesmerized his audience without saying a word for the first 15 minutes of his 1-hour performance. All of his interactive songs were packed with hand motions, facial expressions and funny words. They also transmitted positive vibes about friendship, helping others and not putting people down. Students were still dancing and clapping as they left the room. It had been a fun day in school."
The Daily Ledger, Noblesville, IN.
"(George Schricker) is fast becoming one of the Midwest's most popular children's performers."
The Indianapolis Star
"As adults we were lifted into an atmosphere of freedom and forgotten fun. It was magic."
The South Bend Tribune
"It's with the magic of someone that thoroughly loves what he's doing, that Schricker enthralls students, while he teaches them some valuable lessons they may not even be aware of."
The Herald Journal, Lafayette, IN.
"Schricker can take even the eldest of children on a trip through the looking glass into a wonderland of intellectual comedy and whimsical folk songs."
The Daily Ledger, Noblesville, IN.
"The Pied Piper-like Schricker kept the kids engrossed from the second he started stroking a few warm-up chords on his guitar."
The LaPorte Herald-Argus