Noa’s style is animated, energetic, and interactive as she combines movement, song and audience participation. Hearts of all ages will open during multicultural storytelling programs that can be adapted and tailored to specific age groups.
A spell-binding storyteller….
held our children and adults enthralled with delightful stories and audience participation
Judy Malamud, Librarian, Rockville, MD
Programs can be tailored to your needs or choose from the following:
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Multicultural tales presented with songs and audience participation, unite us with universal themes of wisdom, courage, generosity and hope.
Choosing Peace: Multicultural Tales to Ponder
Noa weaves a rich tapestry of stories from around the world that build bridges of understanding and compassion. Explore the themes of peace, justice, wisdom, and compassion across diverse cultures.
A Feast from the Middle East
Traditional stories keep culture alive. Learn from the wisdom of tricksters, numskulls, and wise elders in this collection of stories from Afghanistan, Tunisia, Iraq, Turkey, Israel, Palestine, and other Middle Eastern cultures.
The Sabbath Dress: Stories from the Jewish Tradition
Noa tells Jewish folktales, literary adaptations, and personal stories that are rich with warmth and humor. This program features tales of wonder, magic and faith from Israel and around the world.
Celebration of Lights—Stories for the Holiday Season
A special multicultural collection of stories for the season of light: Hanukkah, Christmas, Solstice, and other holiday stories of hope and tolerance from many traditions.
Marvelous Maidens, Incredible Crones—Stories of Women Wise and Bold
Discover exceptional women from history, the Bible, and folklore who use their wit, wisdom, spirit, and strength to accomplish great deeds.
Ancient Glories: Stories from Greek Mythology
Embark on a fun and educational journey into the world of ancient Greece, featuring dramatic and suspense-filled tales of heroes, monsters, Gods, and Goddesses.
Her storytelling spins a truly magical and interactive experience for everyone.
Erika Jackson, Program Director, The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA