With a repertoire of hundreds of stories from around the globe, Storyteller Alan Irvine can weave a program to fit any needs, any audience, any occasion - whether it is ghost stories for Halloween, Summer Reading Club programs for libraries, School assemblies, Shakespeare, Pennsylvania & Pittsburgh history, or more...
"I know there must be some stories out there that Alan cannot tell, but I haven't found them yet. Alan is one of those rare, all-around tellers who tell tales of all kinds with seamless ease and warmth.”
-Mary Morgan Smith, producer
Three Rivers Storytelling Festival
"Irvine has a powerful, hypnotic voice that irresistibly draws listeners into the stories.”
School Library Journal
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Eamon and the Bandit - an Irish folk tale
No News - an American folk tale
The Two Brothers - Russian folk tale
The Miracle - a Jewish folk tale
Nasruddin's Three Sermons - a Turkish folk tale
Good Judgement - a Turkish folktale
Alan's take on a favorite Irish folk tale.