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.
Mary Murphy is a writer/storyteller. She has performed at the National Storytelling Festival, the Hawaii Storytelling Festival, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, the Clever Gretchen Storytelling Festival at Syracuse University and the University of Rochester Storytelling Festival. She has allso performed at local libraries, schools, museums and historical sites as well as at the Albany Institute of History and Artís Festival of Trees.
Her stories have been published in the anthologies:
Give a Listen and
A Solstice Evergreen.
Programs: My Own Stories-original stories mostly about growing up and life as a mother and storyteller in Albany; Lunch at the New Moon Buffet- more stories, funny and serious for adults; Ghostly Tales-Halloween stories for young children; Raising the Roof-Stories of celebrations big and small, for family audiences; The Lost Children-original stories and folk tales for adults