Alan has programs for Schools and Libraries.
All programs can be offered on-line or in-person.
Programs can be offered in various lengths and formats, and designed for different ages.
Folktales and Legends of the World
Including folktales from
Good for Diversity programs
Summer Reading Club programs
Each year Alan designs programs around the theme of the year’s Summer Reading Club – usually versions for younger audiences, older listeners, even teens and adults
Irish and Celtic
Folktales, legends, Celtic myths from Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Of various levels of scariness- from mildly scary and humorous for young listeners– to appropriate for all ages- to very scary-adults only
Stories of King Arthur
And other medieval era tales
Pennsylvania History Stories
Non-fiction tales of
The French and Indian War
The Whiskey Rebellion
The Keelboat era on the Ohio
The Civil War
The Homestead Strike
Pennsylvania’s Forgotten History
Adaptations of many of Shakespeare’s plays including
Romeo and Juliet
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
And comic Quick Versions of many plays
Alan is always happy to work with you to develop the program and theme that works for you. With a repertoire of several hundred stories, Alan can come up with what you need.
All programs are live. Questions and interaction are encouraged.
Wondering what Alan's online shows look like? Check out Alan's telling of O. Henry's "The Gift of the Magi."