Professional Storyteller Debbie Dunn recently told stories at a nursing home in Greeneville, Tennessee. The five stories I told are now available to be viewed on YouTube. You can easily see my storytelling style in these shows. Feel free to share this with any others who you think might be interested.
First story performed was Richard Chase’s tale called “Jack and the King’s Girl.”
Second story performed was a true story. It really happened in
Third story performed was Nancy Van Laan’s beautiful Lenape Indian legend called “Rainbow Crow.” Out of all the stories I tell, this is my husband’s favorite.
The fourth story performed was the short tale by Opalanga Pugh, a griot of the old African stories. It is called “The Mouse Mother.”
The last story performed as Cynthia Watt’s beautiful, inspirational story called “Parable of the Eagle.”
I hope you enjoy them!
If you would like to hire Debbie Dunn to tell stories and/or conduct storytelling workshops, please visit my storytelling website at http://moredunntales.com. Or you can call me at (423) 422-9728. I am willing to travel anywhere, as long as travel expenses are paid.
Have a wonderful day and best wishes to you and yours,Professional Storyteller Debbie Dunn
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