Tim Ereneta, Storyteller

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Customers rated this pro highly for work quality, professionalism, and responsiveness.
  • Garnet H.

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    He was great. Very fun and easy to work with. Kiddos are still retelling his stories.

    Jul 2, 2017Verified
  • Andrew G.

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    Tim was awesome. He was the main attraction at a school fundraiser and kept the kids (and a lot of adults) entertained and engaged. Huge success! He was also super-flexible on timing - we had to reschedule the event because of rain and he was extremely easy to work with. Thanks Tim!

    Mar 3, 2016Verified

About this pro

Storytelling is very popular right now... especially true stories from people's lives. But there's rich tradition of folklore and stories going back thousands of years. These obscure and nearly forgotten stories, rich in imagery, still resonate in today's modern world. Your venue is unique. With decades of experience performing in theatres, museums, schools, and homes, I can help you determine how to make your storytelling event succeed.

Years in business

18

Times hired on Thumbtack

3

Number of employees

1

Background check

Completed
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    Q & A

    • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
      I'm not only a member of the National Storytelling Network, but a contributor to its quarterly magazine, its active email list, and a volunteer on one of its grants committees focusing on applied storytelling.
    • What types of customers have you worked with?
      I've worked with museums, community festivals, families, churches, historic sites, classroom teachers, and at private events (from school fundraisers to weddings to dinner parties) to entertain audiences.
    • What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
      Storytelling is not just for children. The rich imagery and complex characters (that people look for in cable dramas) have been with us since human beings started telling stories. Storytelling requires the active participation of the audience's imagination. For this reason, storytelling does not really work as "background" activity, or when it has to compete with other activities (whether that's a live band, arts and crafts, or checking your smartphones).
    Coverage Area for Tim Ereneta, Storyteller is about 150+ miles of Berkeley, CA.