"Professor Gizmo's Invention Show" is a fifty minute show and tell demonstration of inventions old and new, featuring the energetic, if slightly daffy, Professor Gizmo. The professor finds, fixes, and reinvents all manner of things broken and curious. His work is imaginative and often unsuccessful, though through his failures, he perseveres, undaunted and often discovers or invents something quite unexpected in the process. The show is geared to children K-5, and is a travelling musical show, going out to many elementary schools in Baltimore and the surrounding counties. Performances are also given occasionally at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. In the show, I play Dudley, the professor's well meaning,but often ineffectual apprentice, who lives by the motto, "If at first you don't succeed..."
no hittin no kickin no pushin no yellin
no snipin no gripin no callin names
no secrets no starin & no gangin up
no throwing toys no makin mean rhymes
no pointin no lyin no buttin in line
no sayin gimme no yankin a hood
no playin with matches no foolin with knives