Story Performer

Storytelling is the art of sharing tales via speech.  It is not reading a story to a group, it is not memorizing a story but it is a dynamic presentation  of a story often incorporating fluctuations in voice, mannerisms, props, costumes, music,  movement and audience participation.  

As a storyteller Marilyn A. Hudson has traveled nearly every summer since 1999 to share stories in the annual public library reading promotional programs in Oklahoma.  In addition she has shared stories at conferences, theaters, festivals, and numerous other venues.

She was the first storyteller in Oklahoma to focus on stories of ghosts, legends, and haunted places in the persona of  THE GHOSTTELLER.   She shared stories of the season at the Overholser Mansion in Oklahoma city for three years.

She has also served as historic tour guide blending storytelling with the facts of history resulting in a fascinating experience for attendees. 

For more on her storytelling visit these blogs:

An older page is here.

Some Places She Has Shared Stories:

Overholser Mansion, Oklahoma City
Library, Bethany, Ok
Library, El Reno, Ok
Orr Family Farm
Aged Services Convention (OKC)
Sunshine House
Yale Library
Yukon Library
Ada Library
Sulphar Libary
Duncan Library
Tellabrations (Various Locales)

Wintertales - OK Olio Concert
Encyclo-Media (OKC)
McAlester Public Library
Northern Light Church (Alaska)
Enid Public Schools
Minco Public Schools
Norman Public Schools
Ponca City Library
Perkins Library
Pioneer Library System
Metrolibraries - OKC
Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling Festival
Oklahoma City Storytelling Festival (Oklahoma Olio concert)
Lawton Community Theater
OKC Arts Festival
Tejas Storytelling Festival

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