IT'S HERE! JUST RELEASED! TRAVELLING THE GEORGIA ROADS WITH NANCY NOODLEHEAD
Follow Nancy Noodlehead's adventures as she trave
ls the Georgia roads and learns some of Georgia's legends, facts behind our state symbols, interesting places to visit.
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Cathy Kaemmerlen is a professional storyteller/actress/historical interpreter/author known for her variety of one-woman shows, her creatively artistic and animated approach to storytelling, and her rapport with audiences of all ages. She is committed to bringing stories, both literary and historical, to life.
Performing for over 30 years, she has done literally thousands of solo in-school performances throughout the country, using her dance and theatre backgrounds to enrich her tales and bring her characters to life, and her writing skills to craft her varied stories and shows.
A performer and "creator of shows" since she can remember, going back to a highly imaginative childhood, she has been a recipient of a choreographer's fellowship from the S.C.Arts Commission/NEA and individual artist's grants from the California Arts Council, Wisconsin Arts Board, and the Georgia Arts Council.
Cathy is the author of two books with the History Press: GENERAL SHERMAN AND THE GEORGIA BELLES: TALES OF WOMEN LEFT BEHIND and THE HISTORIC OAKLAND CEMETERY OF ATLANTA: SPEAKING STONES and THE BUZZ ON HONEYBEES with Pelican Press, out in spring 2012.
A Hambidge Fellow,www.hambidge.org, she is currently on the Touring Arts Roster of the Georgia Arts Council; National Storytelling Network Source Book; National Women's History Project national listing @ www.nwhp.org; southernartistry.net listing; www.artistsweballiance.com, Approved Artists Roster of the South Carolina Arts Council. In metro-Atlanta, where she lives, she books through Young Audiences of Atlanta (www.yawac.org) with her 28 different touring shows, and received the first outstanding artist's award through them. She also works extensively through the Teaching Museum North, Fulton County Schools and can be seen performing at the Atlanta History Center and Jimmy Carter Center.
Cathy holds an MFA in dance performance and choreography from the Univ. of Wisconsin; BA in English/Elementary Education from the Univ. of North Carolina; is the proud mother of three talented children and is also the wife of the very intelligent, hard working Alphagraphics printing business owner, Robert Gaare.
Check out one of her stories, THE GOLDEN GOOSE on www.storybee.org and www.themoonlitroad.