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Hélène Nicole

Discipline: Interdisciplinary
Homebase: Ontario
Languages: English or French (show not available bilingual)

Since 2001, Hélène Nicole has created and performed over 1,000 Gotta Love that French - Le français ça m'plaît shows, with content that promoted the French language and culture to more than 200,000 students. Back to her roots in education and motivational speaking, her latest production, Quand je serai grand, a workshop-show, debuted last May. She questions her young audience about their dreams and brings tools to support them through songs and talks.


Reviews

My dear Hélène Nicole came to sing at my school. She had my students singing but the most important is that she allowed each to become aware of their uniqueness and that each can hope to pursue their dream. She also allowed them to believe that they are all wonderful in their differences! Andrée Ferland, Principal, Ecole Maison Montessori, North York, ON
Hélène Nicole is a true performer and my students really enjoyed her show. We have three or four theater or musical presentations each year and I would say hers was certainly in the top 3. I will not hesitate to engage her again and have no reservations in recommending her to other schools. If you would like any further information or have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me. Anne Smith, MEd Principal, Ecole Lac des Bois, Prince George

Performances & Workshops

NEW artist for 2017-18

Quand je serai grand - Still a Kid

Grade Suitability: 4 - 8
Duration: 60 mins.
Capacity: 300 students
Tech Requirements: If possible, school to supply sound system, or artist will bring.
Fee Range: $835 - $1,035 (Includes ArtStarts' fee. Additional fees apply for remote districts.)

Lower Mainland
$800.00
Fraser Valley & Howe Sound
$800.00
Vancouver Island Lower
$900.00
Vancouver Island Mid
$900.00
Vancouver Island North
$900.00
Interior
$900.00
North
$1,000.00

An interactive workshop-show in which students discover more about themselves and their friends, and what it takes to make one's dreams come true. Guided by the songs, students share or write about themselves, talents, fears, small and big dreams - and what they need to make them come true. Students bring pencils/markers and a blank sheet or notebook. This workshop-show promotes accountability and self-esteem.

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