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NSN Storyteller Profile ... Elizabeth Rowe

2551 Washington Ave.
Oceanside, NY 11572

(516) 306-2400

(518) 882-9415

 

Email Me

www.Storytellerowe.com

 

 

 
   

Elizabeth Rowe has been spinning yarns for over twenty years. A French teacher and actress, she bagan frightening teenaged campers in upstate New York's Adirondack mountains with chilling ghost stories that had them shivering yet asking for more. She now offers a creative repertoire of multicultural folk tales, myths, legends,literary pieces and true stories to children and adults in schools, libraries, museums, conferences and festivals. Programs can be customized for all ages and are also offered in French.
Ms. Rowe weaves a multicolored tapestry of words designed to enlighten, entertain and inspire. From participatory tales and fables for the very young to the more involved heroics of ancient myths, the wit and wisdom of timeless folktales, the sophistication of classic authors or the haunting chill of an ageless ghost story, her performances and workshops are tailored to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.


Featured performances include:
Long Island Cablevision's Tell Me A Story
New York's Players' Club
Cornelia Street Caf?
Wave Hill
First Night New York
NY State Reading Assoc. Conference
Long Island PARP Conference
The Hecksher Museum of Art
Writers' Project, Columbia University

Workshops include:
STORYTELLING IN THE CLASSROOM:
Demonstrates the power of Storytelling with students; examines the why and how of using stories to motivate and to promote retention.
STORYTELLING TECHNIQUES:
word choice, voice inflection, body language, story structure and elements that make
a story tellable.
STORYTELLING: A SPRINGBOARD TO READING & WRITING:
explores the potential of stories to motivate young readers; highlights specific aspects of the author's art, descriptive language, point of view and character development

CUSTOMIZED WORKSHOPS:
speak to specific units of study, meet special requirements, and are available in
both English a


Types of stories I tell:

international folk tales ghost stories literary short stories original stories myths legends personal stories poems

I tell stories for:

All Ages

I provide workshops:

Yes

I am willing to travel:

Yes

My travel requirements:

negotiable

School Districts I am cleared to work in:

Nassau & Suffolk counties All

I am willing to mentor:


Organizations I belong to:

National Storytelling Network Long Island Storytellers Network