Steve Daut Storytelling

Programs

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PROGRAMS
A WORLD OF FOLK TALES

Steve adapts this program to his audience to make it fun for children of all ages. It is a sampling of folk tales from around the world, from thought-provoking to hilarious, demonstrating the rich and varied tradition of the spoken word.

A VILLAGE AND THEN SOME

A German grandfather with a twinkle in his eye, a high school principal who makes a terrible mistake, an old drunk in a ramshackle house, a man long dead who built a mansion and founded a city. Told with humor and heart, this series of stories reminds us that sometimes to become what we truly are, it takes a village, and then some.

TELLING TWAIN

The iconic image of Mark Twain doesn't begin to show us the range and complexity of the stories and essays created by Samuel Langhorn Clemens. In this program, Steve tells some Twain stories, talks about the life and times of the man, and reads from his book, Telling Twain.

WORKSHOPS

Steve Daut teaches workshop on topics such as helping children find and tell their own stories, teaching connection and empathy through storytelling, using humor in storytelling, as well as more technical topics such as microphone use. Contact Steve about developing a workshop for your specific needs.

COACHING

Steve does one-on-one coaching to help you develop and craft your story. He has worked with individuals at all levels. Working together closely with a mentor it a time-honored way for all of us to improve our stories and story presentation.

SOME PERFORMANCES

Listen to OLLIE AND OTTO, a children's story.


Take a look at SOMETHING I FOUND IN MY POND. I can tell you about it sometime.

Watch Steve tell his adaptation of MARK TWAIN'S MOST FAMOUS SHORT STORY

Watch Steve tell his story CARETAKER, a story for adults at The Ark in Ann Arbor

Listen to BAD BOY, a story about my experience growing up as a younger brother.








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