Sarah Stein erzählt jüdische Geschichten im Kuki-Zelt
SCHLÜCHTERN. Die Schildbürger haben ein jüdisches Pendant: die Narren von Chelm. Von ihnen und anderen Begebenheiten berichtete Märchenerzählerin Sarah Stein am Sonntagnachmittag im Kuki-Zelt.
Captivating, deeply moving, flair for drama are some of the words used to describe Sarah Stein's storytelling. A former Children's Librarian, Sarah has been telling professionally for over 16 years.
She specializes in telling stories to children and families, but adults also enjoy her stories. Although Jewish stories are her special love, Sarah also tells many other kinds of stories. She especially loves telling humorous stories, where she can use her ironical New York sense of humor.
Sarah has studied with the noted storytellers and teachers, Doug Lipman and Laura Simms,and is a founding member of the Portland Storytellers' Guild.
She has performed in many locations and festivals like Stories By the Sea throughout the Northwest and is proud to be performing a fourth time at the Folklife Festival in Seattle, Washington. She would also like to perform nationally in the future.
Several years ago she issued a storytelling tape called "Jewish Stories and More" and a performance video tape is also available. She is available to tell at libraries, schools, synagogues, festivals, birthday parties, etc. and can also present workshops.
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