Thu, 29 June 2006
We are back with the second episode. And this time we are podcasting from Lewis and Clarks' final stop, Fort Clatsop. This is where they spent the winter of 1805-06, 200 years ago.
This week we bring you Han's Christian Anderson's story "The Emperor's New Clothes". Hear the story adapted from the touring theatrical production and listen to tales about Lewis and Clark, the fort and the fire.
Thu, 22 June 2006
The Activated Storytellers bring you the story of "The Coyote and The Eagle", a Zuni legend of how the sun and moon came to be in the sky.
Listen to the story and hear about the Goza's recent visit to the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park. Visit our website to see pictures from our trip to Mesa Verde.
Read a story, catch a live performance or bring us to your school or library. For more information please visit the Activated Storytellers web site
Tue, 20 June 2006
What has six legs and eight wheels, and wanders all over the country leaving a trail of laughter? Answer: the Goza Family, better known as Act!vated Storytellers, who have entertained, informed and inspired audiences of all ages in 44 states (and counting) plus Washington, D.C.
The "six legs" belong to the three performers: Dennis Goza, his wife Kimberly, and their 15-year-old son Zephyr. The "eight wheels", of course, are their "home" on the road; they log an average of nearly 4000 miles per month bringing educational entertainment to schools, libraries, museums and other venues to audiences ages 2 to 102.
And starting this Thursday, June 22, 2006 they'll be bringing "Activated Stories" to your computer!
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