Storytelling is old and new. It is told and sung. It is loud and quiet. It is for listening and for joining in. It will stir your heart. It will make you laugh. It will help you remember. It will last forever.
Storytelling with Terry Schupbach-Gordon is a moment of unbridled enthusiasm. The stories themselves come from everywhere and have taken on the flavor of the southeastern US where Terry is from. The programs include music, puppets and always, audience participation. Workshops with Terry are designed to give
confidence to new storytellers and encourage them to find their unique voice and develop ways of using storytelling in everyday life and making puppets to enhance those stories. Storytelling programs and workshops connect us to the past and help us to create a future full of joy and wonder.
What others are saying
“…especially outstanding were Terry Schupbach and her puppets. Terry seemed to posses a rare rapport with kids, mixing stories and songs to hold their interest.”
— Mimi Bluestone, Sing Out magazine 1983
“….great style, terrific rapport… the children didn’t want to let her go…Kind patient and joyful to boot! …bring her back!…”
— audience response, Henepin Co. Library, Minnetonka, Mn.
“…a delight to our audiences as well as a critical success…”
— Barbara Shissler-Nasanow, Curator of Education,
The National Museum of American Art
Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
“…Terry invented the word ‘enthusiasm’ and it’s contagious!”
— Tracy Schwartz, Family Folk Festival, Broadbecks, PA
“…(her) energy is incredible, and (she) really put the audience at ease with (her) ‘down home’ ways and her fun stories.”
— Susan Maher, Storyfest 1992, Roslyn, VA
“…you make me want to tell stories…”
— Merritt Tuttle… age 6, Pilot Mt., NC