Are you looking for unique entertainment for your organization's next conference, festival, or dinner meeting?

As an author, actress, storyteller, I dress in period clothes and set the stage for telling exciting true stories which depict Arizona and the Southwest in its territorial and early statehood days.  I research, write, and create all my own stories.


Accolades for Adult Programs

 

"All the tales of Arizona were fascinating and completely held the attention of the audience.  I was utterly mesmerized.  You could hear a pin drop."

-Scottsdale Historical Society

"Thank you for your enlightening and entertaining interpretation.   Many of the members commented on how much they enjoyed your presentation."

-Business and Professional Women Executive Unit

"Thanks again for a really quality program."

-Yuma County Library District

"It was the highlight of our season to have a story teller charm and entertain us with her stories."

-Phoenix Writers Club

"Thank you for your splendid contribution to our staff development sessions.  It is important to bring levity into the lives of people who are doing such stressful work."

-Homeless Adult Education
Arizona Department of Education


"
Wow!
  I just stopped by to drop off videos.  Great storyteller/actress.  She gave interesting facts and was great with the children's question and answer time. I never dreamed I'd have such a treat."

-Juniper Library


Accolades for Children's Programs

"Your presentation was spellbinding.  Your legends captivated some of our most challenging students.  I would like to thank you for sharing your stories."

-Teacher from Tonalea School in Scottsdale, Arizona

"I liked the story you told our class because you put a lot of feeling into it and made some people think about why people go to different places."

-Student from Corbett Elementary School in Tempe, Arizona

"I loved the performance.  Three of our students went on our TV announcements and told the rest of the school how lucky they were to be able to see you.  You were the topic of conversation throughout the school."

-Teacher from Frank Borman Junior High School in Phoenix, Arizona


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Dorothy's Playwright Web Page is: playwright.dorothyanderson.com



2002 - 2011
Are there any broken links?  Do you have any questions or comments?
If so, e-mail Dorothy at DDAStory@att.net