When Mary Hamilton takes the stage, the show unfolds in the hearts and minds of the audience.

In her straightforward "just talking" style, Mary uses her voice and her body to tell stories. Her audiences watch, listen, imagine, and create worlds.

WELCOME to Mary Hamilton's website. By visiting the variety of pages, you will discover how in the words of John Allen in the Grand Rapids Magazine, "When Hamilton tells a story, she transports her audience across time and space."

  • Select Programs to learn about Mary's performances for different audiences, Buggy Kentucky,
  • one woman show, conference keynote, storytelling workshops, and arts residency projects.
  • Select About Mary to read her biography and resume, see photos, and enjoy examples of her storytelling.
  • Story Store will lead you to Mary's stories in books and on recordings, plus classroom ideas for using the stories.
  • Select Articles to read essays by Mary on various aspects of storytelling.
  • A visit to What's New? about Mary’s most recent projects.
  • If you don't easily find what you are looking for, make use of the Search feature above.
"...even if I wanted to think about something else I couldn't because my ears just stuck to your voice!"

Kathy Little, 10th grade, Hancock County High School, Lewisport, Kentucky; on hearing Mary's story, Children of Richard, Rhoda, and God 

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