combines the intensity of a solo performance with the intimacy of a face-to-face conversation.
"Storytelling at its best is mutual creation. Through the interaction between teller and listener, storytelling speaks to the inner child to nurture the human spirit." -
Ellin Greene, author of Storytelling: Art & Technique.
Kate creates entertaining, heartwarming and memorable stories about real people who made a difference. She has told stories at many venues in the Northeastern USA including The Clearwater Festival (Croton-on-Hudson, NY), First Night Saratoga (Saratoga Springs, NY), and The Norman Rockwell Museum (Stockbridge, MA). She has been commissioned to create stories by The New-York Historical Society in New York City, The Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site in Albany, The Empire State Aerosciences Museum in Schenectady and Easton Library. Many of her five CDs has received a national award. In 2010, she won the story slam (competition) at the National Storytelling Conference in Los Angeles telling a personal story.
Audiences: PreK, K-12, Family, Adult.
Programs for Adults: Pandemic Ponderings; The Kindness of Strangers; Chocolate Delights; Julia Child: Cook and Nifty Wench; Broadway's Music Men: Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, and Cole Porter; Fighting For Our Rights: American Women Mid-20th Century; Painters and Friends: Claude Moent and John Singer Sargent; Laughing Fits: Stories to Tickle Your Funny Bone; Lighting the Way Home: Stories of Lighthouses and Their Keepers ; Remember When: Stories and Songs From World War II.
Programs for Families: Wonderful Winter Tales; Follow the Leader: Leadership Stories for Children; Stories About Inventions; Slightly Scary Halloween.