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


January 20, 2018: Storytelling at Scandinavia House. Bill returns to Scandinavia House for his annual family concert on the Morning of Saturday, Jan 20. The program entitled The Living Harp and other Scandinavia Folk Tales includes tales from Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. As always Bill will accompany himself on Banjo - except for the two tales from Finland. For The Raspberry Worm, he will play the kantele, a 5 string instrument that is native to and was made in Finland. For The Living Harp, Bill will be accompanied on cello by special guest, Wendy Law. This is their first collaboration! Scandinavia House is located at 58 Park Avenue (Between 37th and 38th Streets), NYC. The concert is one hour long and begins at 11:00. FREE.

 

Events Consultant