Performers and Programs

Performer Information  
Stage name: Lonna McKeon Pierce
Performer name: Lonna McKeon-Pierce
Phone: 607-625-4725
Mailing address: 2 Eland Drive
Apalachin, NY 13732
E-mail address: lonnastory@yahoo.com
Previous appearances at: Moore Memorial Library, Charles F. Johnson Library, Endicott, NY, Broome County Public Library, Sand Lake Town Library, Rensselaerville Library
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Information last updated: 04/11/2012

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Program
Category
Description
Fee
A Visit with Laura Ingalls Wilder History,
Literature- Authors,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Master storyteller, Lonna Pierce, comes in costume and brings period artifacts of the late 1800s. She re-tells stories from the Little House on the Prairie series, tying in history, geography, cooking, dance, and music. Students will discover what it was to be a child 100 years ago!
$501- $1000
Babushka Tales Literature- Other,
Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Understanding the diversity of cultural heritages, Mrs. McKeon Pierce tells tales of Eastern Europe with ethnic costume, props, and song. Babushka means grandmother, and these stories are folktales with the universal appeal of hearing tales on your grandma's lap.
$351- $500
Folk Tales Around the World Literature- Other,
Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Includes both humorous and thoughtful tales from around the globe, many of which are participatory. Storytelling workshops are also available. Children will learn to be more expressive with their voices in oral presentation.
$351- $500
Oral History: Connecting to your Family with Storytelling Genealogy,
Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
This interactive program is ideal for conferences, church groups, clubs, libraries, and retirees. Many techniques are given for gathering and sharing family stories that reveal Aha! moments about who we are and what our family gifts and curses are. Using family photos, artifacts, and songs to get the juices flowing, many workshop participants experience epiphanies and connect with their families and communities in a new and enriched way.
$201- $350
Character Education Stories: Tales of Wit and Wisdom Life Skills- Parenting,
Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Character education; teaching without preaching. Fables and folktales are ageless sources of wisdom that have fascinated folks of all ages forever.
$351- $500
Tales to Chill Your Blood Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Spine tinglers! Of course, I specialize in delicious fear, which is not at all horror, but chills with an ending that will make you laugh.
$351- $500
Remembering Anna Marlak: A Trunk Show on Immigration History,
Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
This one-woman show uses artifacts from Mrs. Pierce's grandmother, as she re-tells her immigrant journey all alone, through Ellis Island, to Binghamton, NY, in 1907. This makes the ordeal understandable, powerful,and personal. The storyteller draws each item from the trunk, including photographs, costumes, and small treasures from the Russian and Armenian cultures. The trunk is the very same used by Mr. Pierce's grandmother, who escaped the Armenian Genocide in the early 1900's. Audience members are encouraged to preserve oral histories and artifacts of their ancestors to help understand themselves better; and realize what gifts and curses run through their family history.
$201- $350
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