Storytelling For All Ages
Julie Pasqual is a storyteller who's performances are infused with physicality and movement from her dance training, comic moments from her work in clowning, a deep love of language from her work as an actress, and a love of world cultures and folktales born from her travels to (so far) 49 of the 50 states, and 12 countries. Using all of her performance skills, and an ever present spirit of playfulness, Julie brings stories to audiences from pre-schoolers to prisoners, and everyone in between in single shows, assemblies, workshops, and residencies. Schools, libraries, festivals, museums, group homes, shelters, detention centers, and even weddings, have been some of her venues. When not telling tales, she can be found performing for Healthy Humor, a program designed to bring joy and fun to hospitalized children and their families, teaching the ancient practice of yoga at several studios, and domestic abuse shelters, and travelling to international schools around the globe as a teaching artist for ISTA (International School Theatre Alliance, as well as sweating as much as she can at her local gym!!!
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Landline: (201) 860-9676
Cell: (201) 240-6096
To whom it may concern,
Julie Pasqual is a truly amazing performer! From the minute she steps on stage – even if the stage is a respect commanding school chapel or a huge, undecorated school gym – she holds the audience spellbound. Because Dream On Productions has presented more than 40 performances in Argentina by this excellent storyteller, I was treated to a wide variety of tales. My favorite one is “Unana,” a traditional folktale where the mother goes after an elephant who ate her children, and has to be swallowed along with them in order to rescue them. I also love the story of Death and her godson, a story told in cultures throughout the world. Her stories, her voices, her facial expressions, her stage presence make her performances unforgettable.
The fact that she uses the whole of her body to convey emotions and images that get the idea across makes her unique among the excellent performers we normally schedule, and perfect for our audiences of ESL learners.
Julie is furthermore a joy to work with and makes the entire experience not only a delight for the audience but also for the tour organizers. Just to mention a couple of examples, she was most co-operative trying to resolve an issue with a flight schedule change by the airline, and very patient signing autographs for long lines of school children.
In addition to my own opinion expressed above, we have received much feedback thanking Dream On and Julie, full of positive comments from teachers and children. As director of Dream On Productions, I heartily recommend her storytelling skills and professionalism.
Alberto C. Alexander
Dream On Production
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National Storytelling Conference
Connecticut Storytelling Festival
New Jersey Storytelling Festival
Heritage Trail Festival
Yonkers River Festival
Hudson County Community College
Port Monmouth School (resident storyteller)
Paterson School #1 (resident storyteller)
May Academy (resident storyteller)
Birch Walthen School
Clara B. Worth School
Horace Mann School
AND MANY MORE!!!
New York Public Library System
Newark Public Library System
Queens Borough Library System
Jersey City Library System
Brooklyn Public Library System
Cotsen Library @Princeton University
Glen Rock Library
AND MANY MORE!!!
Hans Christian Anderson Statue
Jersey City Museum
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Village of Waterloo
Afro-American Historical Society
Read to Me Conference
Bank Street Bookstore
Barnes and Noble
AND MANY MORE!!!