Tell me about Judith...
Judith Black, one of America’s foremost storytellers, retells history from new perspectives, tickles familial dysfunction, and offers ironic explorations of aging.
As a Wheelock College graduate and former teacher she is able to draw storytelling through the educational landscape, showing its profound uses in cognitive, emotional, and social learning.
Featured on stages from the Montreal Comedy Festival to The Smithsonian Institution, to the National Storytelling Festival, she is the winner of the Oracle Award, storytelling’s most coveted laurel, and was recently given the Brother Blue and Ruth Hill Award.
She sings in a women’s chorus, gardens, is active in the Marblehead Harbor Rotary Club, originated Bridging Lives, a student mentoring program, and is the proud mommy of Solomon.
Judith teaches two classes annually:
For more information about Judith: http://www.storiesalive.com