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Storyteller Gil Payette

Portrait of Gil Payette 244 Josh Hall Pond Road
Petersburg, New York 12138

(518) 279-3890

gil.address@gmail.com

Gil has been telling Native American folklore for over ten years. His introduction to storytelling was in the southwest at Tucson, Arizona. He often travels with a six-foot story stick and has Native American flute music as background to his tellings. Gil has been recorded on CDs; Now You Will Know My Words Are True and Story Shaman. He has printed a storytelling workbook and story calendars which he has illustrated.

Gil has performed at numerous venues to include: US Forest Service / Sabino Canyon Recreational Area, Canyon Ranch Resort, Western National Parks Association and Arizona Historical Society to mention a few. He has been associated with festivals, historical sites, library and school humanities programs.

Audiences: Children, Adult, Group, Family and Seniors

Programs: Retelling Native American Folk Tales, Keynote [Powerpoint type] Slide Presentations about Animal Spirits, Bison - Traditional Uses of the Buffalo, Indian Lodges, Sticks & Weapons, Many Moons, Tribes of Arizona and such, Lecture Programs on Storytelling to include S.T.O.R.I.E.S. - A Practical Guide To Storytelling [Stories, Types, Ownership, Rehearsal, Instincts, Enjoyment & Showmanship].