We perform, teach, coach and collaborate with a wide range of organizations to create truly memorable storytelling experiences.
EXPERIENCE THE POWER OF STORYTELLING
TO INSPIRE, EDUCATE AND ENTERTAIN!
Now Booking Spring and Summer Programs for 2022
How The Sea Began-
A CreationStory of the Caribbean
and other tales and tunes
of sea people and creatures.... real and imaginary
Bilingual Storyteller Liz Mangual
and Bob Kanegis
Summer Reading Programs
New Mexico and Colorado 2022
Here, Bob wraps up the Scottish tale of
The Baker Woman Who Flummoxed the Fairies. We thought we'd share it right up front here, because it speaks to the very heart of why we have chosen "The Way of the Storyteller."
Enjoy a preview of one of Liz's favorite tales from Central America.
Colibri! How Colibri the Hummingbird Got His Colors.
Exciting News! We've been invited to tell at the...
Marakesh Morocco International Storytelling Festival
February 12-20th 2022
Created during the period of the COVID 19 pandemic, The World Storytelling Café hosted more than two hundred tellers and poets from every continent in an extravaganza approaching a thousand hours of performance. Marrakech, the magical Red City has a tradition of storytelling as old as the nearby Atlas Mountains. Performances will take place in a number of venues including cafes, museums and historic riads. More than forty of the worlds best known tellers and poets will tell in languages including English, Darija and Amazigh. There will also be workshops, educational outreach, socializing and opportunities for all to learn, grow and tell. Start planning now to join what promises to be an unforgettable event.
The Way of the Storyteller!
"To be able to create a story, to make it live during the moment of the telling, to arouse emotions - wonder, laughter, joy, amazement...To keep step with a child’s fancy, to abide for a little space in the Land of Faery ,to know joy unrestrained...
These are some of the markers along the way of the storyteller."
(Ruth Sawyer - author and children's librarian)
Used with permission by the Clarke County NV Public Schools