Many, many thanks to our storytellers!
ReVonda grew up in the NC Piedmont, and has lived in the Blue Ridge since
1989. She graduated with a BA in cultural anthropology from ASU. Having
always loved stories, she believes that everything and everyone has a
story to tell. Ms. Crow has performed at the ASU's Old Timey
Fiddlers Convention, Fiddlers Grove Music Festival, Telebrations, Ashe
County Library, and Forest Ridge Retirement Home, as well as, the Caroll
Co. VA County Fair. She is a volunteer for the Watauga Arts Council,
and has been a member of the Surry County Storytellers.
Having worked as a flight attendant, travel agent, media buyer, theatre
manager, actor, director, secretary and writer, Terri has a wide
range of experiences and people from which to draw stories and
She began telling stories – officially – six years ago
when she helped found the Imagine That! Storytellers and has since told
stories at libraries, retirement communities, high schools, theatres and
festivals. The summer of 2010, as part of the NC Arts Council’s 2nd
Saturday Celebration, she told stories at the Thomas Wolfe Memorial in
Asheville and created an original work for the Horne Creek Living
Historical Farm in Pinnacle, NC. She also performed an original work,
“Pearl, Your Mother” at the Cherry Orchard Theatre in Orchard Gap, VA.
is a 2011 grateful recipient of a Regional Artist Project Grant from
The Arts Council of Winston-Salem, which will allow her to further her
studies and hone her skills.
You may want to hear about the seven Eaglin children’s hilarious
adventures growing up in Tennessee and Arkansas, as told for
thirty-eight years in the classroom and now for audiences of all ages at
after-dinner programs, club meetings, school assemblies, retirement
homes, and special occasions. A retired Latin teacher ready to
travel, Ms. Eaglin also performs Classical legends, Bible stories, and
ghost stories. She carefully constructs her sentences and delivers them
with high energy, so that the result is both entertaining and
A member of the Lumbee Tribe in eastern North Carolina, Amanda is a Native American storyteller sharing familiar cultural stories about nature, wildlife and the Great Creator. Ms. Sheek also regularly shares the life story of her son, Jacob, a US Marine killed while serving in Afghanistan in 2011.