Ingrid's Past Performance Places include:
Teller-in-Residence, International Storytelling Center, Jonesborough, TN 2017
National Storytelling Festival, Jonesborough, TN 2016
Timpanogos Storytelling Festival, New Voice, Orem, UT 2016
Northlands Storytelling Confabulaton, Lake Geneva, WI 2017
Stone Soup Storytelling Festival, Woodruff, SC 2016 and 2017
The Art of the Story Storytelling Festival, Hillsboro, OR 2017
Northwest Folklife, Seattle, WA 2015-2017
National Storytelling Network Conference Fringe, Kansas City, MO 2016
Moth Grand Slam, Seattle, WA 2015
Forest Storytelling Festival, Port Angeles, WA 2015 and 2011
Expeditions include Antarctica, Patagonia, West Coast of South America, Alaska, & Russian Far East.
The Flame, Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Seattle Storytellers Guild Tellabration
Guest teller at guilds throughout the Pacific Northwest
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Receiving an award from East Tennessee State University for Outstanding Storytelling Performance 2016. With advisor, Delanna Reed Ph.D. Ingrid earned her Masters in Storytelling from ETSU in May 2017.
Ingrid offers stories, keynote addresses, inspirational talks, workshops and interpretive trainings for audiences of all ages at festivals, schools, organizations, work groups, special events, house concerts and more!
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World Premier! Ingrid and Jeff Doyle will debut their original work, The Lost Diaries of Eve and Adam, in Howell, MI, on March 10. Inspired by the writings of Mark Twain, this show offers a wonderful twist on the creation story told from Adam and Eve's point of view. Developed with coaching from world-renowned storytelling mime, Antonio Rocha and funded, in part, by a members grant from the National Storytelling Network.
Ingrid is organizing and emceeing the 4rd Story Slam *Light* at Olympic Theatre Arts on January 11, 2018, from 7 - 9 p.m. Theme: "Resolutions." It's going to be good fun!
Check out samples of Ingrid's work on YouTube starting with this recording from her set "Twisted Grimm's" from Northwest Folklife. Wickedly good fun!
Ingrid's lesson plan Animal Teeth and Other Admirable Features (about dentures with an Alaskan twist) is out in The Storytelling Classroom by Sherry Norfolk, Lyn Ford and Jane Stenson. Honored (and thrilled) to contribute. Woo-hoo!
Telling with Donald Davis at Timpanogos. Awesome . . .
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