These storytellers and speakers offer cultural programs appropriate for adults and children from around the world. Choose from a variety of programs from American history, African, African-American, Aztec, Black History, Chinese, Native American, New Zealand and more....
African American Storyteller
This multicultural storyteller of African, African-American and International Folk tales, Historical tales, Stories of Science, and Spiritual stories. His stories inform, educate, inspire and amuse. His storytelling style is energetic and enthusiastic.
Be prepared to experience the wondrous world of the Mexica/Aztecs in an interactive presentation that includes music and indigenous instruments, oral tradition stories, poetry, and enlightened narratives - all from the indigenous perspective! Throughout this cultural and highly educational presentation you will learn about the history, philosophy, language, culture, ceremonies, traditions, foods, and arts of the Mexica/Aztecs from the indigenous perspective. Audience participants will have the opportunity to: sing songs in the Nahuatl language, to play ancient indigenous styled instruments, and to learn about a culture from the indigenous perspective.
Enjoy time-honored tales—hundreds, even thousands of years old—that have endured to still captivate audiences today such as the tale of a Chinese dragon, chilling supernatural, ghost tales and riddle stories.
Interactive & International
International folktales, movement activities, songs, poetry and personal stories. Positive, character-building stories with an interactive twist are her trademark. And most folks go home still waving their arms or humming a tune after her performances.
African Dance & Movement
Explore the many cultural differences in musical movement and styles of African Dance. Audiences will experience how total body expressive movements teach social patterns and values, help people work and celebrate, and connect with the community. Everyone will participate in her African dance program.
Flying Kiwi Tales of New Zealand
Learn about New Zealand (or Aeotearoa – land of the long white cloud), and one of the great cultures of the South Pacific, the indigenous Maori people. You’ll encounter hobbits, sheep, and the Kiwi bird’s attempt to fly. You’ll learn the mighty haka, play an game of rugby, and sing songs from a land down under using the back drop of some of the great adventures of New Zealand.
African Percussionist & Speaker
This storyteller and musician's African and International percussion, drumming and drum circles will magically ignite each audience’s internal rhythms to enrich their words, music and dance. Audience members will have the opportunity to play djembe drums as part of the interactive drum circle that he instructs and lead.
American Heritage Speaker
This American Heritage speaker is in constant demand as a keynote speaker at numerous secular and Christian conventions, schools, churches and retreats, and political and business groups. He has been a keynote speaker for Promise Keepers, Coral Ridge Ministries, Vision Forum Ministries, Reclaiming America, Christian Coalition, ACSI Christian School Conventions, Worldview Weekends and many more. He has trained the national staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, the Christian Broadcasting Network, the National Day of Prayer, James Robison Ministries, and over 100,000 business associates of Amway Corporation and Boeing Aircraft, among many others. Popular topics include:
The Paper Trail of Freedom traces the steps of the heroes of faith from Patrick of Ireland to America’s Founders. Each of these pioneers left a road map of freedom documents, showing us the way to restore our nation in this critical time.
America's 1st Thanksgiving - The Creation of Free Enterprise
Tracing the story of the Pilgrims and the foundation of hope they laid for our families, churches, businesses, and government.
The Proven Road to Prosperity & Freedom
Highlighting the great turning points in history where the terror of evil was defeated by the triumph of truth. What were the secrets of success in these liberating moments?
History's Liberty Heroes
Tracing the stories of our nation's brave, courageous founding men and women. Why do their stories impact us still today?
American Historical Storytellers
Professional re-enactors dedicated to the preservation of our American
heritage and our history by means of dramatic performances. These performances are
calculated to fit into any time constraint and any venue and are adaptable for any
We perform for schools, civic groups, fraternal organizations as well as convention type
Each artist is personally committed to excellence and their work is non-revisionary in
content, providing a true picture of their character and their times.
The performances are in costumes appropriate to the character and are performed in
“first person” language as much as possible. Question and answer periods are always
encouraged and establish some of the best moments of rapport with the audience.
Patrick Henry James Madison
Thomas Jefferson John Adams
Harry Truman Mark Twain
Franklin D Roosevelt Davy Crockett
Golda Meir Ceasar Chavez
Eleanor Roosevelt Laura Ingalls Wilder
Louisa Mae Alcott Thomas Edison
Violet Jessop Abraham Lincoln
Susan B Anthony George Washington
Abigail Adams Betsy Ross
Native American Storyteller
The California Indian presentator shows the beauty of our culture and ignites others to discover their own. This unique program takes students on a journey into the lifestyle of the California Indian, in particular the Acjachemen Nation, which flourished in Southern California hundreds of years before the Spanish influx. She shares through stories and songs her people's indigenous tools, instruments, games and clothing. She includes how American Indians preserve their culture today by participating in Intertribal Pow wows. The children view traditional dances and even get the chance to participate. Students leave with a wonderful understanding of "environmentalism" and what it means to be "keepers of the earth."