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.
Since retiring from Union College where she directed the Writing Center, Margaret has devoted herself to writing and telling the stories she has always loved. She believes that stories are great fun and for almost everyone they are a favorite way to share ideas and values. She has performed for adults at community events, libraries, senior centers, coffee houses and
Tellabration, and to children in schools and children's groups in New York, Connecticut, and Texas.
Audiences: K-6, Family, Adult.
Programs: Stories of Saratoga and upstate New York; folktales and myths from America and around the world; Canadian tales and stories of the Canadian West; personal stories that are gentle, wry, and humorous; and exploring family histories. Margaret is happy to develop a program that meets the needs of your group.