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Artistic Name:
Norah Dooley
Name:
Norah Dooley
E-mail:
doochild6 (at) @gmail.com
Country:
USA
Phone number:
617-232-2140
Celular :
617-460-3544
Address:
Greater Boston
Nacionality:
USA
City:
Greater Boston
Performances:

Conflict Resolution

Program Category: * Storytellers *

Audience: best for 6 an older

Stories can show us possibilities of non violent and creative conflict resolution. This program features stories from the world folk tradition.

They show us peaceful possibilities and...they are fun! Group Size: No maximum as long as all can see and hear me Program Length: 45 minutes

From Idea to Book

Program Category: * Authors and Illustrators *

Audience: 8 and up

The creative process and story behind my first published book, Everybody Cooks Rice.Starting at: $300. For libraries only..some travel fees may apply. Group Size: No maximum as long as all can see and hear me Program

Length: 1 hour Add a writing workshop for up to 20 participants for

additional $150.

I Kissed the Blarney Stone

 

Program Category: * Storytellers *

Audience: 6 and up

Irish tales to delight young and old. Includes beautiful Irish airs on pennywhistle and fiddle and rousing sing alongs. Group Size: No maximum as long as all can see and hear me Program Length: 45 minutes - 1 hour.

My Bad Bad Dog and other neighbors --Growing Up on Staten Island

Program Category: * Storytellers * Educational Programs *

Audience: 8 and up

A program of personal stories from my new CD--In the Borough. Culminating in a short workshop to help participants find and tell their stories. Includes a copy of my new CD "In the Borough" Growing up in Staten Island in the 60s.

Program Length: 45 minutes - 1 hour

Stories from the Neighbors

Audience: 4-12 years old and adults too

Folk tales from all over the world.

A program may include an introduction to my neighbors and the books about them from Lerner Publications, Everybody Cooks Rice , etc... My interactive storytelling style has the audience making sound effects, singing, chanting and clapping along. We end with a storytelling game to help you "tell your story!"Group Size: No maximum as long as all can see and hear meProgram

Length: 45 minutes - 1 hour

Rise up and Tell your Stories!

Program Category: * Authors and Illustrators * Storytellers *

Miscellaneous *

Audience: Adult workshop

Knowing and telling your stories to your children or grandchildren is possibly one of the most important things one can do. I will model telling personal stories and using story prompts, participants will find a story of their own to tell and get some experience in telling stories effectively.

Group Size: No maximum as long as all can see and hear me Program Length: 45 -1.5 hour

STORYTELLING

Using song, movement, music and audience participation I can present a 30 -60 minute programs of stories from all over the world, and will design a unique program for your event and audience.

Sample themes:---see more descriptions below

Stories from my Neighbors (Stories from Jamaica, Vietnam, Italy, Central America Southern US) Nonviolence and Problem Solving Pirates and Stories from the Sea Irish Folktales Italian Folktales Stories for Seasonal Celebrations Children as Storytellers Wit, Wisdom and Garlic Italian Folktales Mary Read, retired pirate Historical Programs and Characters Rabbitails Storyteller's Toolbox

Program Category: * Educational Programs *

Audience: All

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Norah Dooley is a storyteller and children' s author. Norah's widely acclaimed picture books, Everybody Cooks Rice, Everybody Bakes Bread, Everybody Serves Soup and Everybody Brings Noodles, (Carolrhoda Books @ lernerbooks.com) are four titles in a series about her former neighborhood in Cambridge, MA. She appears in schools, libraries and teacher's conferences.

She has performed as a featured storyteller in the Christmas and Spring Revels in Cambridge and Boston MA, the Cambridge River Festival, Newport Folk Festival, Albany NY River Festival, 3 Apples Storytelling Festival, MA and at the Clearwater Festival

Member of International Storytelling Network .
International Storytelling Network
International Storytelling Network
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Norah's widely acclaimed picture books, Everybody Cooks Rice, Everybody Bakes Bread, Everybody Serves Soup and Everybody Brings Noodles, (Carolrhoda Books @ lernerbooks.com) are four titles in a series about her former neighborhood in Cambridge, MA Norah Dooley has published 6 storytelling CDs including: Music of Angels (1), Stories Nobody Told Me �Italian� Folk tales (2002) and Stories from the Neighborhood, World Folk tales (2002), Rabbitales (2006) My Bad,Bad Dog and other Neighbors (2006) and Irish Folk Tales: Live @Passim (2008)

 

 

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