Storytelling Catalogue

I tell personal and traditional Chilean or Latin American stories. Most of the times my stories are  in English, but they can also be told in Spanish. Some of these stories are not appropriate for small children so its wise to discuss who will be in the audience.

Personal stories:
How my father and mother became criminals
The short happy life of Pudu Pudu moll
Stories about unimportant people: The little sister, The burnt girl, The cherry tree
The earthquake
The Swineherd (adapted from HC Andersen)
 Sons and daughters of trees
The shipwreck of the Carelmapu
The charm of Brazilians
My immigrant experience.
The oldest profession
Nando’s story
Our September eleven.
Victor’s story: a Latin American tragedy
The Mercator projection
 Araucaria Imbiricata  (the Monkey Puzzle tree)
La Closerie de Lilas
The family name
The happy captive 

Traditional Chilean stories:
Thrauco in love
The witch of the lake
The little Robin
The two sisters
The half chicken
Stories from the Yaganes in Patagonia
How Wenu Mapu,the earth, was created. (Mapuche creation myth)
Pedro Troublemaker (Pedro Urdemales)
The Liliray flower