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  • 28 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Ray D.
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Santa Jeaux came at the right time. We had recently lost my mother, and everyone was still a little down. We spent Christmas Eve at our mom's house just to keep the tradition going, and when he came in, it put a GIANT smile on everyone's face. The kids and adults all had a wonderful time singing & dancing with him, and the kids just went wild when he told them a story, and asked what they wanted him to bring for Christmas. He turned everyone's night & end of the year around, and made our holidays a little easier to deal with. We asked him to come back next year right on the spot, and he agreed. It's going to take a lot to beat last years Christmas, but I have my confidence in him.

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Eugenia J.
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This talented sister duo provides the best in Southern Appalachian history and traditions through Amy's storytelling and Doreyl's spontaneous pastel drawings that illustrate Amy's stories as they're being told. Amy tells true stories from her families experiences growing up in Western North Carolina in the middle of the 20th century. She selects stories to fit the age group of each audience so that the stories and drawings catch and hold the attention of all ages from kindergarten to senior citizens. The stories and drawings have strong and subtle reminders of the values and character we all want our youth to embody. I've had Catch the Spirit of Appalachia perform for numerous school assemblies for all age groups over the past 11 years I've been director of Swain County Center for the Arts in Bryson City, NC. The student response is always amazing as evidenced by the standing ovation the high school students give them every time they hear Amy's poem, "I Am Somebody." The Can House Band they include at the end of each school assembly is great fun and gets the students involved making music with things like wash boards and spoons while taking a turn at square dancing. I can't recommend them highly enough.

ImagineNation

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Advertising. Copywriting. Translating. Transcreation. Pretty much everything about verbal communication. From advertising headlines to TV scripts. From naming a company to translate global advertising campaign.

Dr. B. the StoryWeaver

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  • 20 years in business
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Got stories? Dr. B. first learned the art and craft of storyweaving from his four grandparents in LA: Lower Alabama. After graduating with a degree in philosophy, he began a career in K-12 education, thus reconnecting with his childhood passion for written and spoken words. He has been a featured storyteller and story reader at dozens of public and independent schools in the United States, Japan, and Thailand. Being a member of the National Storytelling Network and a four-time producer of Tellabration!, he has been a master of ceremony for various special events, including luncheons, banquets, and storytelling concerts.

Wataballs Entertainment

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    Consider hiring William Lindsey if you are searching for an someone who provides quality storytelling workshops. He also provides entertainment services for churches and schools, among others.

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