PO Box 588
Primary type of performance
Folk/Fairy Tales, Historical Stories, Storytelling/Characterizations
Historically accurate stories of Goodmen, Goodwomen and Children from the American West, including Chautauqua-style performances as National Park pioneers Enos Mills and John Otto, as well as frontier doctor Charles Fox Gardiner.Fantastic Folklore-Tales from America, Asia, Ireland, Africa, and more.Literature Aloud! Stories, poetry, and ballads from children>s, young adult, and adult literature
Bi or Multi Lingual
For more than thirty-five years, storyteller and author John Stansfield has recounted stories from the American West and the world. Raised in Massachusetts and Texas, he received degrees from Holy Cross College and Emory University. A former Colorado classroom teacher, John has shared stories with more than a million people nationwide (not all at once) and is the founder of the Rocky Mountain Storytelling Festival. He reenacts the lives of national park pioneers Enos Mills and John Otto, as well as Charles Fox Gardiner, frontier physician.
Colorado school districts
Fees: $250 for first or only program; $100 for each additional program up to a maximum of four per day. Program length generally 45 to 60 minutes.Travel: Mileage charge outside Colorado Springs metro area. Travel and lodging reimbursement required for