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Storytelling Quartet Four Stories High

Photo of Four Stories High 1100 Niskayuna Road
Niskayuna, NY 12309

(518) 786-1271

talesntunes@talesntunes.net

Four Stories High, composed of Jane Ainslie, Carol Connolly, Mary Murphy, and Barbara Palumbo, is a seasoned storytelling quartet which brings traditional and modern tales to adult and family audiences. Unique to this area are their ensemble stories.

They have appeared at Caffe Lena, NYS Imagination Celebration, Albany First Night, Troy Victorian Stroll, The Norman Rockwell Museum, Williamsville Inn, Story Sundays at the Glen Sanders Mansion, WAMC, and at festivals, conferences, colleges, libraries, schools and community events in New York and New England.

This article, Have They Got Stories to Tell You, originally published in The Record, a Troy, NY newspaper on November 15, 2000, describes Four Stories High and how they started telling as a quartet.

Audiences: K - 6, Family, Adult.

Programs: Someone’s in the Kitchen; Tales from Our Roots; Your Heart’s Desire; Words from the Wise; All in the Family; Imagine a Woman; The World’s Best Medicine: Stories to Give You a Good Dose of Laughter; Dove Tales (Peace/Conflict Resolution); My Song is About Me (Self Esteem); a custom-made program to fit your needs.