One Man Many Voices<br />

Program and Curriculum Development for Schools, Museums, Publishers, Seminaries, Churches, Educational, Family and Special Events.

    Tribeca Film Festival Family Day (Storytelling Consultant and Host)
  • Has been involved with every Family Day since its inception. In May 2004, over 300,000 people attended the event where Bill hosted 20 storytellers in the Storyland Theatre Tent.
    ESI (Ed Schlossberg Design), Interactive Family Story Project.
  • As consultant was a structural and content contributor.
    Jacob Burns Film Center
  • Film and Story Curriculum for in-school Pre-K - 2nd Grades.
  • Creator of Children and Family Programs for the JB Media Lab.
    Church and School's Children's Chapels
  • Consulting on Intergenerational Services (St George's, La Canada, CA), Sunday School programs (St Michael's, NYC), Children's Chapels (Trinity Wall Street; Resurrection Episcopal Day School)
    Sunburst Communications: “The Sunbuddy Math Playhouse” Award-winning DVD.
  • Head Consultant: script and songwriting, casting, narration and author of teachers guide.
    Sesame Street Magazine: Developed story formatting possibilities.
    Early Stages: Developed first storytelling residency for organization.
    My First Magazine (Scholastic Launch)
    Storytelling/Literacy Building
  • Trinity Wall Street; Resurrection Episcopal Day School, All Souls Day School, St Martin's (Houston), St. Chrysostom's (Chicago)
    NAES (National Association of Episcopal Schools)
  • Outreach to Early Childhood centers.
    Scholastic: Early Childhood Curriculum. For Texas.
  • Wrote Pre-K and K storytelling booklet. Executive produced storytelling recordings.


Events


May 21. Insights at the Atrium: New York Philharmonic Very Young Composers. Bill will join Very Young Composer's (VYC) founder Jon Deak for a special event at the David Rubenstein Atrium on Broadway focused on this unique program. It will feature performances of works by 3 very young composers as well as audience participation in a series of activities led by teaching artist and percussionist Justin Hines. Bill will narrate and lead an interactive composing event within the presentation of An Instrument Village Adventure: New Sounds in Town. VYCer Vivian Graham has composer a piece entitled No Walls about a day in Instrument Village when some new sounds come into town and how the instruments find new music. Artemy Mukhin, another VYC composer has created a piece about nighttime in the village. The audience will get to offer their own ideas for new sounds for the third piece in this adventure. There will also be a new work by VYCer Isai Rabiu. The pieces will be played by a quartet including Trombone, Flute, Clarinet and Percussion. The players include NY Philharmonic musicians and others who work with the program. This is a New York Philharmonic event at 7:30 on Tuesday, May 21 at the David Rubenstein Atrium (Broadway = 61 West 62nd Street). One hour. FREE

 

Events Consultant