Emmy Award Winning Speaker, Author, Storyteller & Teaching Artist
Happy New Year - 2024!
So many new and exciting upcoming events for 2024. Bobby had a great time this past Fall on tour in Washington DC in December.
He was a "featured listener" at the 2023 National Storytelling Festival in jonesborough,TN and The National Association of Black Storytellers conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Bobby also enjoyed in late October emceeing and telling at The St. Louis Storytelling Festival.
Bobby was in a movie!
Bobby played one of the lead actors in a short film called Visions. It will be released in April. Bobby portrays a blind preacher who finds a magical pair of sunglasses in his church that gives the wearer special powers to "see." Funded by LoveTheLou organization in North St. Louis.
Black History Month!
Programs for all ages! Performances include Ragtime King Scott Joplin, The Underground Railroad, Poetry from The Harlem Renaiisance, Anansi the Spider Stories, Drums and Music of Africa, The Negro Baseball Leagues, Henry "Box" Brown and so much more! Programs can be created to meet special themes.
Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024
Jefferson C0llege Library
The Colored Civilian Conservation Corps Performance!
Information: LIsa Pritchard - firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer is Around the Corner!
Now is a great time to book Bobby for the warmer months. He will be telling at 8 libraries in St. Charles, and several libraries around Missouri and Illinois. He is also booked at numerous festivals & camps too. Book now to secure your ideal date.
Check out the feature article on Bobby in the St. Louis Magazine.
These presentations not only teach important lessons but are both engaging and entertaining too. Here are some of Bobby's classic programs listed below:
Bobby can adapt themes and/or create a new program to meet the needs of your group. Programs can be offered for all ages.
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Bobby’s rendition of Wiley and the Hairy Man totally engaged the children! Your use of voice and body movements completely captivated their attention!
Maida Lin Wong, Librarian-Honolulu, HI