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Alan Irvine has the stories you want to hear!

 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.”
 -Larry Cooperman,
School Library Journal 

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Watch a Story

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Egregiously Exagerrated and Enormously Erroneous

An online concert of tall tales and lies
 

When: May 1, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

Topic: Egregiously Exaggerated and Enormously Erroneous 

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MKwyz-iJQpSmyEj1b4Gljg 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Part of the 2020 Pittsburgh Virtual Fringe

Check out these stories at Alan's You Tube channel

 Stories to help us through the Pandemic:

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

Listen to a Story

Sean O'Reilly and the Leprechaun

Alan's take on a favorite Irish folk tale.

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