From big audiences to intimate story circles, Rachael brings
Joy Through Story
Rachael tells stories for all ages in festivals, schools, theaters, museums, and arts venues across the nation and online. Rachael spins fresh takes on traditional tales and delivers funny stories from her own life.
The Story Center at the Mid-Continent Public Library, Sugarhill Children's Museum of Art and Storytelling, Salesforce Tales on Tuesday, New Jersey Storytelling Festival, Bread and Yoga Storytelling Concert Series NYC, Better Said Than Done, Essubi Arts/New Hope Uganda
Arts and Culture Venues
Folktale and personal narrative performances that inspire audiences with the joy, power, and human connection of storytelling.
Museum performances are crafted by using folk and fairy tales to imaginatively engage patrons in an institution's history, art, and culture collections.
Schools & School Libraries
Dynamic storytelling assemblies, in-classroom performances and workshops, and professional learning for teachers in school and conference settings. Choose from set programs or collaborate with Rachael to bring programming on a specific topic. Combine assemblies and workshops for a day full of story listening and learning-to-tell, or bring Rachael in for a multiple day residency! Rachael specializes in performing and teaching storytelling to promote literacy, social emotional learning, and inclusion for English Language Learners.
Festivals, Projects, Storytelling Shows
Rachael creates, produces, and performs in independent storytelling shows, projects, and festivals in addition to performing in established festivals and shows around
Created a livestream Morning Meeting Storytelling and Art program during the 2020 Covid quarantines
Bread and Yoga Family Storytelling and Music series, bringing together the magic of live music and spoken word.
Tales on Tuesday for Salesforce Events. Virtual story time and creative project prompts to inspire literacy and creative thinking.