Historical Performer | School Assembly Historical Performances

Sheryl Faye historical performer presents Clara Barton school performancePerformances for Schools, Libraries, Historical Societies, Senior Centers, All Women Organizations

Sheryl Faye Presents Historical Women is proud to present five one-woman shows about Helen KellerClara Barton Eleanor Roosevelt,  Laura Ingalls Wilder, Anne Frank and *NEW* coming Fall of 2016 Amelia Earhart which ties into STEM. These shows are currently performed at schools, historical societies, camps, libraries, senior centers, ladies organizations and more. These shows are perfect for Enrichment Programs and any other Historical themed events, bringing history alive for children and adults alike. Read more about Sheryl’s historical women.

Recent show feedback:

Third Grade “I thought Laura Ingalls Wilder was wonderful, fit right in with the curriculum and would love to have her come back next year to see something different.
Thank you so much the children loved it as well and I had many students ask to read her books.” ~ Charlotte Avenue School


K-8th Grade“We were just treated to a performance on the life of Helen Keller from her own point of view, and it turned out to be much more than we anticipated.  Sheryl Faye brought Helen Keller to life, eliciting gasps, tears and cheers from her rapt audience, from the youngest child to the oldest staff member.  It was a very moving performance, seamlessly weaving background narration and slides with pantomime and props.  Thoroughly researched and professionally delivered, we just can’t wait to have Miss Faye back to share the lives of the other women in her repertoire!

I must add that I have never seen our students so completely riveted to a presenter.  The time went by so quickly that I couldn’t believe when it was up, and I didn’t want it to be over.”

~Eric Jacobson, Director/Progressive School of Long Island

” We thought the Eleanor Roosevelt presentation was fantastic! The boys and girls were very interested. They loved it! A very engaging program! Sheryl Faye did an awesome job!” ~ Teachers from Hills-Roberts School, Attleboro

Kindergarten – “Wonderful performance, the children enjoyed it. Thank you for meeting with us.” Mr. Gallagher

First Grade– “We loved it. The children enjoyed it. Helen did a wonderful job keeping the young children engaged. The background information suggestions were very helpful.”

Fourth Grade– “My students were completely absorbed by the presentation. Afterwards, I asked them to write about Helen’s life and what they thought it would be like to be blind and deaf. There responses were detailed and thoughtful. Thank you!”

Fifth Grade– “Students were captivated by your performance. I enjoyed it as well.”
– Governor Winslow School, Marshfield, MA

“We were wowed by Sheryl Faye’s performance of the Helen Keller story. The storyline was well thought out and executed by Sheryl. Our first graders were completely engaged. The program was interesting, informative and inspirational. I would highly recommend it.”
– Lori Belz, Creative Arts and Sciences, John Ward School, Newton, Ma.

“It was amazing! … All the kids enjoyed it, and many went back to class and researched Helen Keller, some even got to feel a real Braille book!”
– Jamie Crow, Sisson Elementary School, Lynn, Ma.

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As the Manager of Client Relations for StageCoach Improv for the past three years, I also perform sketch and Improv comedy for Corporate meetings and National Conferences. I love making a difference and seeing the transformation right before my eyes with the participants.


More About Sheryl Faye’s Historical Women Performance

Sheryl Faye is a historical performer presenting school assembly productions of historical women, including Helen Keller, Clara Barton, Eleanor Roosevelt, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Amelia Earhart, and Anne Frank, portraying them as strong character role models for students in grades K-8. Programs complement the Social Studies, Science and Language Arts curricula, Biographies, History. Her historical perspectives on these women give students a first-hand look at these historical character role models through school assemblies and performances. She also performs for Historical Societies, Libraries, Senior Centers, Girl Scouts, All Women’s groups, and more!