Rave Reviews

There are testimonials in each of the program sections (School, Library, Seniors), and these quotes are from other venues.

“…and boy, have I heard some great things about you all week! People were just raving about the stories you told and also the hammered dulcimer music and even the song, which has been passed around the church and it looks like we’ll sing it again.”

Lynn Bertrand
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Northampton, MA

“Thank you so much for your excellent performance at our Folk Art Family Day. You are a talented folk singer and storyteller and you interacted in a lovely way with our guests of all ages. … It was a pleasure to work with you. “

Ronna Tulgan Ostheimer
Community Education/Outreach Coordinator
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA

“His stories were delightful, fun and well-paced. His musical abilities with the hammered dulcimer and conga drum added a lovely richness to the stories and evening. Tim has the ability to immediately connect with the audience, and his easy banter with them added to the warmth of the evening.”

Karen Chace, Storyteller
MC, Story Cafe
Artworks, New Bedford, MA

“Thank you so much for once again making our circus a success! Everyone had a wonderful time, and as usual both of your performances were wonderful to watch and listen to (as were the kids).”

Valerie Gramling
Program Coordinator
Emily Dickinson Museum, Amherst, MA

“Wow! I am receiving rave reviews about your storytelling at Mount Holyoke College’s “Tellabration 2!”  It was so sensitive and clearly expressed.”

Gail N. Herman, PhD
Storyteller and Arts Consultant

“Tim, what a TREAT to hear you and watch you at the Colonie, NY (Sanford) Library. Inch by inch, row by row, you tended to us, pulled us in, tickled our funny bones, gave a great lines to shout back at you, and let us have the biggest baddest SNEEZE in the world – and it was all a TRICK. But you didn’t trick us out of great tales and songs. We went home happy as moles or groundhogs or boars or Kantchils? Thanks for a fun fun fun STORY of a time.”

Marni Gillard
Storyteller, Storyteacher and Author

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