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Painting by Holly Bedrosian

“I’ve worked with hundreds of artists. It is rare to find someone who is as skilled at her craft and also as professional. I would recommend Angela without reservation.”

Jeannie Connoly, Arts Enrichment Coordinator, Con Val School District, NH

“Alternately wise and funny, silly and poignant,” (Yukon International Storytelling Festival) “Angela’s animated storytelling humorously evokes a sense of perspective in the realm of human nature,” (Chrysalis Bookseller, WA) as she weaves traditional world folktales, mythology, regional legends and history with humor and wit. 

Telling professionally since 1989, Angela has garnered national recognition, telling at arts festivals, museums, schools and libraries across the country, her audio “Faire Tales” is a National Parenting Publications Award winner.  A seasoned professional, she brings an unique insight and perspective to the art of storytelling.  As a mother of three and former trauma center and teaching hospital O.R.- R.N., her life experiences and interests in child development, the developed imagination, the promotion of education, the sciences, social sciences and emotional intelligence, enhance and influence her selection of story.

“If you want your children to be brilliant, tell them fairytales.  If you want them to be very brilliant, tell them even more fairy tales . . .  Knowledge is limited.  Imagination encircles the world."  Albert Einstein

 A member of the National Storytelling Network, she has served as president of the League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling (LANES) and as Vice President of Education and Curriculum Development for the San Antonio Storytellers Association in Texas & the South Coast Storytellers Guild in California and Served on the Laguna Outreach to the Community for the Arts board in Laguna Beach, CA for the Sawdust Arts Festival.

“Once the emotion has been aroused... then we wish for knowledge about the object of our emotional responce." 
Rachel Carson, The Sense of Wonder.

Angela C. Klingler, The Storyteller

Updated 2/13/2011