Description

Multiple award-winning English storyteller/actress/writer Bernadette Nason has studied all over the world, including Guildford Acting School. She’s the author of Tea in Tripoli: A Memoir, and appears in movies like Miss Congeniality and regional theatrical productions. She’s performed on four continents, and been ‘The Biggest Liar in Texas.’ Believing the power and influence of live storytelling can change the world, Nason produces captivating programs of multicultural stories, mixing traditional telling with creative drama. Her acclaimed programs include ethnic world tales, holiday themes, and personal family yarns. With shows suitable for all ages, she presents in schools, libraries, festivals, conferences, theaters, retirement communities, and more. Working closely with educators, Bernadette offers uplifting, interactive stories with content supporting character development and academic testing requirements. Need a specific program? Nason can tailor accordingly. With over 30 years’ experience, she has hundreds of stories available (regularly preparing fresh ones) but programs are compiled seasonally for ease of selection and booking. Always available: collections for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Chinese New Year, Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, Legends of Texas Flowers, St. Patrick’s Day, Cinco de Mayo. New: ‘Summertime Scorchers’ and ‘Tails and Tales.’ Photo by Huck Huckaby.

Additional information

Discipline

Words

Contact name

Bernadette Nason

Contact address

2900 West Anderson Lane C200/302 Austin TX 78757

Phone 1

512-633-1803

Phone 2
Email

bmnason@gmail.com

Public performance

$350 – $2000

School performance

$350 – $2000

Workshop fees

$450 – $2000

Travel per diem lodging

$0 – $2000

City

Austin

Website

http://www.bernadettenason.com

Special audiences

Festivals, Hands-on activities, Libraries, People with disabilities, Schools, Seniors

School audiences

Elementary, High, Middle, Pre-K

Venue size

Larger, Medium, Smaller, Unplugged, Very Large

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