Creative storyteller and arts consultant, Dr. Gail N. Herman has performed and taught storytelling extensively throughout the United States, as well as in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Jamaica, Germany, India, Ghana, and St. Thomas.
Besides performing for students in schools and libraries, Dr. Herman works with teachers and helping professionals to infuse storytelling and the kinesthetic, musical, and spatial aspects of learning into reading, science and other curriculum areas. She teaches for Lesley University, MA; Garrett College, MD; and The University of Connecticut (CONFRATUTE) in CT. Gail has directed the Tall Tale Liar’s Festival in MD for 17 years.

Upcoming Events

Skating and Storytelling, iFarm

Sunday Jan. 28th –  stories for families (and adults) between 3 and 5 pm after skating. Folk percussion instruments will be used by volunteer audience members as sound effects. Gail uses her methods of “Hearing between the Lines” and “Organic Storytelling” as she shares folk and personal stories.

55 Towne Rd, Boxford, MA 01921




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2018 National Storytelling SUMMIT

July 26-July 29, 2018, Kansas City, Missouri