Want to get your students excited about science? STEM and the arts go hand-in-hand in multimedia presentations by author, YouTuber, and ‘singing zoologist,’ Lucas Miller! Pre-K to 5th graders will laugh, sing and learn about wetlands, ocelots, monarch butterflies, metamorphosis, and much more through Lucas’ creative blend of smart songwriting, hilarious puppetry, and dazzling animations. Perfect for elementary schools, libraries, and family concerts: kids love Miller’s zany, unbridled enthusiasm, and adults love his focus on accurate, curriculum-related science. Each 45-55 minute presentation features several songs and stories that address a major science theme such as life cycles, adaptations, Texas ecosystems, and ocean ecology. Creative animations, videos, and images accompany the music and lessons to deepen understanding and keep the audience focused. Lucas earned a degree in zoology and has been touring Texas and the nation since 1994. He knows his biology and how to introduce kids to science in a way that leaves them excited and motivated. Look him up on YouTube to sample his work and then visit for all the details on bringing him to your school, library, theater, or other venues. Photo by Thomas Slanker.

Additional information



Contact name

Lucas Miller

Contact address

12805 Winding Creek Rd. Austin TX 78736

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Public performance

$1000 – $4500

School performance

$750 – $3000

Workshop fees

$500 – $2500

Travel per diem lodging

$25 – $1500




Special audiences

Festivals, Hands-on activities, Libraries, People with disabilities, Schools

School audiences

Elementary, Pre-K

Venue size

Larger, Medium, Smaller

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