Miss Alice, as featured by the Winston-Salem Journal, The Arts Sunday section. Find article and video clip here: Winston-Salem Journal
About my story telling
In 2014, I added my storytelling venue to my list of ventures.
I began as a volunteer telling stories to children in local schools. I might arrive wearing my red coat and do Little Red Riding Hood, bringing my stuffed wolf.
Then I began writing stories of my own life and began performing them as
"Growing Up in the 1950's." I offer those here at Alice's Place in an intimate playhouse setting, followed by tea party refreshments. You can schedule a private storytelling party of up to 22 people, or reserve a couple of seats at my next show, joining others from the community. All of my stories are clean, but most enjoyed by adults, especially seniors.
I can also perform them at retirement homes, church groups, or ladies groups and bring hats for everyone to wear during the show.
I am a member and officer of NCSG
(North Carolina Storytelling Guild.)