Whether virtual or live and in-person, the theme for the near future is
Stories of Hope and Laughter
Because…. Just because!

For more info email Beth Hellman or call us at +1.401.272.8707

Library Storytelling 

Live (or Virtual)
Mark has stories for every season

"Highly recommended for public libraries anywhere who want to engage their audiences and send them away happier."  
– Providence Public Library

From classics like "The Three Pigs" to the giant slug…

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Izzy Abrahmson

"A delightful live program!" Izzy Abrahmson reads, shares stories and plays a mean klezmer harmonica.

“Village stories that deftly lift a curtain on a world of friendly humor and touching details of Jewish life…. the jokes and human pathos are…

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Stories for Camps 

Silly Stories • Tales from the Outdoors • Tall Tales • Spooky • Campfire Adventures 

Storytelling and camp go together like marshmallows and campfires. When Mark Binder tells his stories, campers lean in, listen and laugh. And,…

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Community Centers, Senior Centers, Churches, Synagogues…

For more than two decades, Mark Binder has been telling stories to multicultural audiences of every generation.

His programs are adjusted and appropriate for

Senior Centers •  Community Centers • Churches • Synagogues • Mosques • Boys and Girls Clubs…

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Stories for Peace

How do we resolve conflicts? 

Can we create peace?

With a blend of stories and demonstrations, Mark combines decades of martial arts experience with the gentle art of storytelling to raise issues and offer solutions.


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Reading and Storytelling for Early Learners

Storytelling and reading aloud are two of the best ways to develop literacy skills

Mark has a dynamic selection of interactive stories -- and some fun songs -- that keep young children (ages 3 and up) smiling, laughing and even…

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Vaccinated and ready to show up in-person or "virtually"

Zoom • Google Hangouts • Skype • Facebook Live and more

"I recently hired Mark for a storytelling performance and due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the performance was moved online, as a virtual storytelling event. Mark quickly and easily adapted to the new environment. He made use of the many Zoom features which helped to keep the audience engaged and interacting. He told some of his own stories as well as classics. Each story was told uniquely and vividly with great expression and annunciation. His storytelling expertise was evident by the way the children’s faces glowed with bright smiles and wide eyes as they watched their screens to listen and watch Mark tell his tales."
– North Hampton Public Library, NH

"Joy can be created and transmitted in a moment.  Stories transcend cultures and boundaries. 
Storytelling bridges generations and connect diverse audiences.   Best of all, stories are vivid, visceral — and fun." 
– Mark Binder 

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“a master at spinning old tales and everyday events into storytelling gold.” 
– 2016 Parents’ Choice Gold Medal for Audio Storytelling