Trained by renowned storyteller Jay O’Callahan, Andrea Lovett has been performing and teaching storytelling professionally since 1992. She is the co-founder of the MassMouth storytelling network, the founder of South Shore Story Slams, and a board member of Stories in the Street. Andrea has won The Brother Blue Award from the League of Advancement of New England Storytellers (LANES) and the Oracle Award from National Storytelling Network (NSN). She has been featured several times in Boston Globe Magazine and recently in South Shore Living Magazine. She has two CDs to her credits: Folktales From The Forest and Tales From The Table.
Note: Both residencies and stand-alone workshops available online for remote arts learning.
I just wanted to say that Andrea did an AMAZING job with my NEAL unit! She worked so well with the students, helped them to create wonderful stories, and I felt she was so invested and really connected with them. I am so happy with how everything came out and I really appreciate her dedication and her collaboration. Thank you so much for connecting us!
I just spoke to the second grade teachers who worked with you yesterday during your workshop and they all reported back it was WONDERFUL! Thanks so much for all the exciting ways you inspire our students to become better writers.
Andrea did an outstanding job. The children loved it.
I can honestly say, having Andrea teaching was a totally wonderful experience! My only wish was if it could have been much longer…even all year. The hours Andrea spent with us was worth more than several hours done using the teacher’s edition guidelines. It brought me back to the time when teaching was fun and made me hope we might get her back again.
I just wanted to tell you that you received rave reviews from one of our veteran teachers this morning about your teaching. We’ve been very impressed with the quality of instruction, your energy and your investment in our kids.