Live appearances

In-person events

The singing zoologist blends music, puppets, and projected videos to keep audiences laughing, moving, singing and learning. His high-energy personality and hilarious songs make him a hit with audiences at theaters, nature festivals, schools, libraries, and more!

Check out the FAQs below and then click the button below to inquire about a program at your venue!

Live Streams

Lucas complements his programs with tons of video, so when COVID shut down in-person programs, he was uniquely positioned to present top-notch live streams. When budgets or other factors prevent an in-person performance, a live stream is still a great option!

Science Pop-ups

Imagine a hands-on, traveling science exhibit that comes to you! Lucas can bring microscopes, live insects, craft activities, VR goggles and more. And in case you were wondering, yes, he still performs sing songs throughout the day. Lucas has developed experiences focused on monarch butterflies, birds, and wetlands and he is eager to create more experiences just for your event!


The things you're wondering...

Wherever planes go. And Lucas is open to space travel too. 

When driving from his home in Austin, Lucas typically brings a projector, screen, PA, wireless microphone, laptop and everything else he needs, so you really don’t need to provide anything besides electricity and children (just keep those separate!). 

If Lucas is flying, we’ll discuss what you have and what he can bring. It’s quite important to have equipment that functions well, so please reach out early so we can get these ducks in a row. 

Lucas can present up to four 45-minutes programs in a day. Other options are possible but need to be discussed and confirmed in advance

Lucas is comfortable with all ages of elementary. He also does pre-K programs but toddlers are really too young. 

The programs are usually BEST received by 1st-4th grades but Lucas loves K and 5th too. 

In a school environment, Pre-K through 1st do best in groups of 175 or fewer. Mid- and upper-elementary are fine up to about 275. 

In theaters and auditoriums, you can often have larger groups and, as long as everyone can see and hear, groups of 500+ are fine. 

Cafetoriums, gyms, and commons areas are all fine but the library is usually the best if there’s space for your audience.

If there’s a lot of natural sunlight streaming in, the videos become hard to see so factor that into your decision

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