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Prices include all fees. All sales are final.Heather Forest
Heather Forest is a modern-day bard. Her storytelling performances are a fusion of poetry, prose, original melody, and the sung and spoken word. The comedy and pathos of point of view, the mysteries of womenfolk, the trickster, the fool, quests, and journeys are threads on the storyteller’s colorful loom. Her folktale books and recordings have won numerous awards including the American Library Association’s Notable Recording Award and several Parents’ Choice Gold Awards. Her world-wide performances include The Smithsonian Institute, the Sidmouth International Folk Festival (England), and the Glistening Waters Storytelling Festival (New Zealand). She is a recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence Award.
“Her stories seamlessly and effortlessly move from the musical song to the spoken word and back again creating anew the form of the minstrel storyteller that is most uncommon in our day.” – Open Hand TheaterVisit Heather's WebsiteAntonio Rocha
Antonio Rocha, a native of Brazil, presents a unique fusion of verbal narrative and mime that he’s shared in sixteen countries across six continents. Featuring a tenor voice, realistic sound effects and exquisite moves, his repertoire includes stories of his homeland, age-appropriate folktales, exquisite mime illusions and some hilarious characters in outrageous situations. A former mime student of Tony Montanaro and Marcel Marceau, Rocha is a recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award.
“Most importantly . . . is his acute awareness of the audience with whom he is working. His stories shift and change to meet them halfway, whoever they are, whatever age they are, whatever mood they bring in the door. He is a master.” – Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
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Anne Rutherford’s enchanting, funny, and touching performances delight audiences with Pacific Northwest folklore and tales of personal adventure. Her singing and mandolin playing add to the fun, along with vivid vocal and physical characterizations such as her original Wild West alter-ego, the adventurous Clementine Ryder. A four-time first place winner of the Northwest Folklife Liar’s Contest, she took the grand prize in the 2016 Northwest Tall Tale Challenge. Rutherford’s CD, The Habit of Joy, is a Storytelling World award winner. Rutherford performs and leads workshops across the country.
“One of the finest professional liars in the world.” – Portland TribuneVisit Anne's Website