Kay Price Story Teller
For the young & young at heart.
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Kay Price is a 2001 National Endowment for the Humanities "Prime Time Read" storyteller. She loves to share stories from all over the world including her own rural experiences. From Gnomes to Noah, Kay sparks audience involvement. Listeners find themselves cheering and laughing with characters that come to life when Kay pulls mental magic out of her storytelling picnic basket.
ONCE UPON A TIME -- Famous American legends and tall tales from around the world.
ONE DARK AND STORMY NIGHT -- Scary stories, and not-so-scary stories, that just might be true.
PAPER TALES -- Characters come to life with paper and scissors as Kay tells tales of adventure. You keep the finished product.
IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN -- Kay takes biblical stories and expands your imagination, giving them a fresh new look.
Available for school performances, both in the classroom and assemblies. Multicultural stories, American legends, ghost stories and programs based on values such as fairness, greed, courage, determination and cleverness.
Programs are adaptable to a variety of age groups and themes.
WORKSHOPS AND TRAINING
With an abundance of energy and enthusiasm, Kay takes a small group and helps them put together an original story using language, voice, body and lots of imagination.