Strike up the band
Roll out the red carpet
Bring on the dancing girls
What? Oh. OK.

72 bass Castiglione Accordion +
red hat +
one woman =
Acting Accordionly

Now is the time for Acting Accordionly!

Rock to the rhythm, bop to the beat,
tap a toe or two as the exuberant tall lady in the enchanting hat squeezes out perky polkas, uplifting melodies and heart-warming waltzes.

Prepare yourself to laugh at "witticisms from the web," guaranteed to tickle your funny bone.

Perfect for senior living communities!

Acting Accordionly is adaptable (adorable and adoptable!). On stage, at special events, fairs and festivals, music is paired with magic, object manipulation, audience participation and lots of laughs. A captivating sound and movement vignette from New World's The Ripple Effect features American Sign Language and highlights the importance of protecting the water.

Acting Accordionly is fun for the whole family!

Acting Accordionly, with its perfect blend of music and mirth, is great crowd-pleasing strolling entertainment, an unexpected pleasure to brighten your day.

"The kids as well as the adults enjoyed your music, magic, and jokes. The inclusion of the routine about water was quite relevant (with all the interest in conservation and concern about future supplies.) ....As a strolling totally enchanted our workers as well as guests."
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Tim Pyles
Events Director
Tamarack, The Best of West Virginia
Beckley, WV

"I had the privilege to work with Jill from New World Theater and would recommend her for any family oriented event!  Not only is she a delight to work with, thorough, timely, organized, flexible, but she can captivate and entertain the smallest to the largest audiences...of all ages!  Her unique abilities to perform accordion music, creative comedy and, of course, fire eating! make her a true "one of a kind" strolling entertainer!  A show NOT TO MISS!"
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Debbie Jeunette, Entertainment Coordinator, Berryville Barns Festival, VA


“Jill was an outstanding entertainer, delivering beyond expectations and giving our customers excellent value for their entertainment investment.  She would be a refreshing addition to any fair or festival just as she was to the State Fair of Virginia.”
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Sue Mullens, Director, Entertainment, State Fair of Virginia, Richmond

Performing for the residents of
Mennohaven Retirement Home

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