Anne’s passion for living history is contagious—she has fun and so does the audience. When she says she loves what she’s doing, the usual response is, “That’s obvious!”
As a character interpreter, Anne uses information from historical research, instead of a script. The intensity increases as the audience’s perception of her fades and a person from the past takes her place. Children’s faces light up as they realize that people in history books were real and had problems similar to ours.
Anne is an author who answers questions simply and enthusiastically. Her goal is to increase students’ self-esteem as she motivates them to read and write.
students and faculty thoroughly enjoyed your performances. They kept
commenting on the artifacts. Massacre Island is going to be a hit
with our students!”
presentation was great. It was funny.”
“Thank you for advising young writers. They
should have a better appreciation for researching, editing and other aspects
of writing. Perhaps someday we will have a published author from among