JJAMZ: Miss Jamie From The Farm - Family Concert
NEW in 2014 at JCC CHICAGO
jJamz: Family Concert Series
Debut Concert Featuring
Miss Jamie from the Farm
Sing! Dance! Laugh! Learn! with Miss Jamie and her Farm friends.
Educational Singalong Farm Show with Puppets
Perfect for pre-schoolers through age 7, Miss Jamie and her puppet friends from the farm take the audience on a magical barnyard adventure in a sing-along, dance-along show that's fun for kids and grownups alike.
Biography & Songs
Jamie "Miss Jamie" Blythe is an actress/country singer turned Mom/Children's Music Performer. Her young daughter, Taylor, is the inspiration behind her new musical journey, and Jamie now strives to educate and entertain young kids while giving hardworking parents a much-deserved break in their day.
Miss Jamie's show takes kids on a musical tour of the farm, with the help of puppet friends Sweet Jen the Hen, The Great And Powerful Chickie of the Farm, Willie the Out of Work Horse, Prissy the Pig, Benny the Lamb, Courtney the Cow, Freddie the Fox, and Jamie's little farmhand, Taylor Gibson Martin.
Sing a long favorites include:
We're On Our Way to Miss Jamie's Farm
Let's All Shake Our Shakers
Baa Baa Black Sheep
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Old MacDonald's Farm
Head Shoulders Knees and Toes
You are My Sunshine
If You're Happy And You Know It
5 Little Ducks
Original Tunes include:
Let's All Shake our Shaker Eggs
Happy Chickens Lay Yummy Eggs
Keepin It Pesticide Free
You've Gotta Have Confidence
Unlike some other kids shows, the parents in the audience won't get bored with Miss Jamie from the Farm. There are funny 'grown up' anecdotes, like Ronald McDonald being the wealthy and unhealthy grandson of Old MacDonald - always loaning the family money to keep in their good graces. Prissy the Pig takes great pride in her appearance and suggests that since pigs don't really roll in the mud because they're dirty, but actually just to cool off, she'd like to ditch the 'dirty' reputation and would prefer instead that pigs be known in the future as the 'hot' farm animal. And then there's Willie the out of work horse who's sending out resumes for giving pony rides now that horses aren't needed to pull farm equipment and have been replaced by tractors.
Elaine and Zollie Frank Theater, Mayer Kaplan JCC (View)
5050 Church Street
Skokie, IL 60077
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|