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Andy Davis
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"Andy Davis is a storyteller of remarkable guile and wit. Andy has a straight-faced, straight-forward, seemingly innocent way of delivering the most outlandish tales I've ever heard. He's three-quarters of the way through it when I realize I've been had! Again! Why do I keep falling for this? Because he's so good at charming his audience and making us groan with recognition and laugh at ourselves. That's what the teller of a good story does. Andy is one of the best."
--Joanne Piazzi, storyteller and host of the
'Storytelling in the Pantry' series, Rochester, New Hampshire

“Andy Davis…entranced those who braved the rain and wind with a
variety of stories and poems from Ireland and Scotland. Andy used verbal dexterity, delightful turns of phrase, and physicality to illustrate the stories, at one point even standing on his head! I was engaged and entertained for the entire performance, and would gladly ask Andy to come back and perform for Seanachie Nights again.”
--Lynne Cullen. Producer, Seanachie Nights Storytelling Series, Portland, Maine

“I am so glad I came, it was lovely to see you perform. I thought you were great; I love your style of magic realism, the personal and the fantastic. Dali, Garcia Marquez and the short story writer Toure, kept coming to mind. Your stories are very literary as well.”
--Caraid O’Brien, playwright, actor, translator, Hingham, Massachusetts

“What! Didn't quite catch that because your English isn't good enough?
Just look! Yes, it does look like a withering tree. A gander? Have no
fear. You'll figure it out eventually. Just LOOK at Andy Davis!
The words are there. But so is the rest.......These are the words of wisdom I dispensed to my students in Paris before Andy Davis's remarkable storytelling presentation on January 11 2006. The smiles, smirks, laughs and chuckles I later heard from them during the presentation were far more telling than words. Thank you Andy.”
—Florence Mayo-Quenette, English faculty, Ecole Nationale Superière de Techniques Avancees (ENSTA), Paris, France

“Andy Davis tells delightful stories. Unexpected things happen in them in charming ways. Our patients enjoyed him very much.”
–Joan Benjamin Farren, Senior Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Youville Hospital and Rehabilitation Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts

“Thank you so much for helping make our open house a success! I got so many comments about how much everyone enjoyed your storytelling.”
--Carrie Costello, Believe in Books Literacy Foundation, Intervale, New Hampshire

“Andy Davis tells stories with humor and enthusiasm. His love of this ancient art is infectious.”
--Olga Morrill, children’s librarian and storyteller, Conway (NH) Public Library

“Andy Davis is a truly amazing storyteller. He tells his stories with such enthusiasm and changes his voice for every character. I love the way he pauses at points to make the story more suspenseful. It is great how he fills you in on some things, such as words and their meanings (if he uses another language in the story) and a little bit of information about the story, before he begins. Mr. Davis tells the story in such a way that it drags you into the story and makes you feel like you are really there. It was a great experience, and very fun, too!”
--Carolyn Obery, Grade 7, Greely Middle School, Cumberland Center, Maine

“Andy Davis' storytelling had my students - and me - hanging on his every word! They were able to make great connections to their social studies learning while enjoying a wonderful performance!”
--Anne Catherine Ervin, Grade 7 Humanities Teacher,
Greely Middle School, Cumberland Center, Maine

“Andy, I want to thank you for coming to the La Mesa Library. We enjoyed your stories greatly! It was a joy to see the faces of the children as they listened to your stories because you could see them imagining what you described. Also, the teens in the audience enjoyed the program, which is always an accomplishment! Your program was a great way to start the holiday season.”
--Anna Hartman, Children’s Librarian, La Mesa (California) Library

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At 10:16am on November 12, 2009, Rab Fulton said…
Hi Andy, that's great. I live over in Galway city. If yir travelling over this way I'd love to meet for a cuppa :-)
At 3:45pm on November 3, 2009, stuart Mendelson said…
I am going to Guinea, West Africa to study with the drumming masters, the dance masters, song masters, etc. I will be there 4 weeks, soaking up the culture and community!

At 9:01pm on November 2, 2009, Simon Brooks said…
I am happy to add such a pure soul as yours to my friends list.
Have a great trip to Ireland!
At 4:35pm on November 2, 2009, Lani Peterson said…
Hi Andy,
Nice to be connected in whatever way we can!
At 2:13pm on November 2, 2009, Leeny Del Seamonds, Master Story Performer™ said…
Hi Andy,

I am well - hope you are too! I am finally home after two months of travel, so it was wonderful spending Halloween at home with my gang. Looking forward to seeing you Sharing the Fire I hope! I'll be there.... My best to you and your family! xoxoxoxo, Leeny
At 11:23am on November 2, 2009, Liz Weir said…
Looking forward to welcoming you herer at!
At 9:15pm on October 12, 2009, Bob Reiser said…
Hey Andy,

I was just telling folks about you and Andrea and that magical place up there. An old friend, Terry Dugan said she just missed seeing me up there! I guess she is a regular at World Fellowship. I haven't seen her in 15 years!

Be well,

At 2:01pm on June 21, 2008, Vernon L. Cox said…
Andy hope camp is going well.
This site is awesome and offers many ways to share your talents. Let me know if I can help with anything and be sure to check out Diannes group Story Biz

I till owe you a story and a web session
Learnin' Vernon
At 4:52pm on May 9, 2008, Mike Lockett said…
Good to see your happy mug shot. Hope all is as good in the northeast as it is in central Illinois.

Mike Lockett - the crazy guy in the white hat that calls himself The Normal Storyteller (It helps to live in Normal, IL.)
At 1:36am on May 1, 2008, Steve Evans said…
Greetings and welcome to this great site. I wonder, won't you consider joining the group Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story? I know we would all learn a lot from your insights and experience. Best wishes to you. STEVE



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