Storytelling Performances

Where two or three are gathered, Donna Ingham will tell stories, whether it be one tale or a program full in meeting halls or theaters or on festival grounds. Her repertoire includes critter tales, tall tales and outright lies, ghost stories, holiday stories, historical tales, and personal narratives.

“I can hardly wait to see what dry twist you will bring to each little episode in the narrative. Thanks for all your masterminding and your flawless performance.” – Mary Grace Ketner, formerly in program department, Institute of Texan Cultures

Storytelling in Schools

Donna tells age-appropriate stories for students from kindergarten through college in performances or residencies and offers workshops for both students and teachers. Her programs are drawn from multi-cultural sources and are designed to satisfy specific curriculum or event needs.

“Our students are still talking about your wonderful stories. What a positive impression you made on all of us.” – Gail Guffman, elementary school library manager

Storytelling Workshops and Classes

Whether standard offerings on the art and craft of storytelling and writing or custom-designed workshops or classes for a particular group or purpose, Donna’s presentations are well-planned, practical, and results-oriented. They can be designed to fit in an hour or expand into week-long residencies.

“The fingerprints of your teaching were all over the pages of my sermon.” – Dr. Ann Normand, Episcopal rector

Keynotes and Other Public Speaking Engagements

Donna has presented keynote addresses for regional, national and international conferences of educators, tour guides and storytellers. She has performed as a luncheon or after-dinner speaker for librarians, doctors, lawyers, engineers, military retirees, civic organizations, churches, women’s groups and the Knife & Fork Club, among others.

“Thank you again and again for helping make this year’s book festival a great success. You have a tremendous gift of being able to tell stories that capture the attention of children and adults, and we thank you for sharing your gift with us in Abilene.” – Glenn Dromgoole, West Texas Book Festival