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MEET MARY HAYS
Mary's presentations include traditional storytelling, readers theatre, puppetry, flannel figures, rhymes, songs, and games. Photo by Carla VictorMary is a freelance storyteller and independent consultant for schools, public libraries, performance festivals, museums, parent and community groups.

Mary has BEd and completed her Associate Diploma in Speech Arts and Drama from the Mount Royal College Conservatory AMRC and the Royal Conservatory of Toronto ARCT.

Mary completed a Readers Theatre summer course in London, England offered by the University of Southern Maine and the Institute for Readers Theatre of San Diego.

She is a member of Storytellers of Canada and TALES (The Alberta League Encouraging Storytelling).

Mary produced the storytelling CDs, "A Collection of TALES" and "TALES on the Wind", which feature Alberta storytellers.

She released a CD of her own stories, "Come Away ... with story, music and song", with Voice Dance from Olds Alberta.

Mary is a published author:

  • "The Queen and I" from Under the Wide Blue Sky, 2005
  • "Girl Who Married the Morning Star" from World on a Maple Leaf, 2012
  • Readers Theatre Scripts, U-Otter Read-it
  • The Battle of Olds

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Phone: 403-556-2818
E-Mail: storymary@hotmail.com

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How do you begin to tell stories? First, you need a story to tell. I look for stories in books and folktales from around the world. You can also find stories at home. Talk to your family, your elders, and find out their stories. Listen for the stories.

And so, now, for a story ... the Caliph of Baghdad.

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