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Jackson Gillman
  • Male
  • Onset, MA
  • United States
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  • Celia Whitehead
  • Norah Dooley
  • Vernon L. Cox

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Jackson Gillman posted photos
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Jackson Gillman and Vernon L. Cox are now friends
Oct 19, 2009

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Jackson Gillman was featured
Oct 19, 2009

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Vernon L. Cox left a comment for Jackson Gillman
"Welcom Jackson! I have not had time to post your workshop yet but will soon. Nice to see you here. We are trying to add video articles and stuff of intrest to drive our audiences to check us out regularly so they can see our events listed. If you…"
Oct 19, 2009
Moose left a comment for Jackson Gillman
"Although it does not apply to you Jackson, folks do not need to be a Mainer or a Moose Members to join the Moosetellers.ning.com site. We encourage the general public! This website is for: Storytellers, story listeners, librarians, teachers,…"
Oct 19, 2009

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Jackson Gillman is now a member of MOOSE Storytellers
Oct 16, 2009

Profile Information

Do you have another Website?
http://www.jacksongillman.com
What is your membership prefernce?
[Performer] I am a performing Storyteller, [Teller] I am a performing Storyteller
How can you be reached for a booking?
508-295-0886, jxsong@comcast.net

bio, background, repertoire

Since 1979, Jackson has been adding a new show to his repertoire each year, many reflecting his backgrounds in ecology and movement.  He has been featured at festivals throughout the country, and multiple times at the International Storytelling Center as Teller-in-Residence and at the national festival.  As a coach and workshop presenter, he enjoys helping others develop their work and is continually refining his own.   

Sparkling with energy, wit and whimsy, the "Stand-Up Chameleon" magically transforms into a wide array of colorful characters. Through his many talents as songsmith, comic, mime and storyteller, he engages and delights audiences of all ages. Jackson is a master at customizing lively, interactive comedy/music for each event.  Interactive song, dance, mime and stories are incorporated in educational programs with the following themes:  gardening, insects, birds, wildlife, seasons, ecology, health/nutrition, substance abuse, family, parenting, holidays, Kipling, literature, and sign language. Easy-going and flexible. References galore.           

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At 12:15pm on October 19, 2009,
Performer
Vernon L. Cox
said…
Welcom Jackson!
I have not had time to post your workshop yet but will soon.
Nice to see you here. We are trying to add video articles and stuff of intrest to drive our audiences to check us out regularly so they can see our events listed. If you have any Events open to the gerneral public in New England please post it or send it to me and i will.
Again welcome old friend, welcome
Learnin' Vernon
At 12:06pm on October 19, 2009, Moose said…
Although it does not apply to you Jackson, folks do not need to be a Mainer or a Moose Members to join the Moosetellers.ning.com site. We encourage the general public! This website is for:

Storytellers, story listeners, librarians, teachers, recreational directors, religious leaders, poets, therapists, civic leaders and anyone else who is enthusiastic about storytelling that would like to see Maine connected by words and stories!

You can use these pages whether you are a member or not.
Visit this website to plan your next storytelling adventure.
To join Moose click here.
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Sharing the Fire

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