Sheryl Faye Presents Historical Women is proud to present five one-woman shows about Helen Keller, Clara 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:
The Progressive School, New York – 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
Derry Village School – Sheryl has been coming here for years. Each year I am blown away at how her Helen Keller presentation captivates the entire audience! Amazing performance! ~ Sandi Ward
Every year we are blown away by the Helen Keller presentation! The presentation keeps the attention of all types and all levels of learners. Sheryl Faye please come back next year! ~ 4th grade teacher
SHS Community – Thank you for sharing another wonderful performance with SHS- this time as Eleanor Roosevelt. As always, the audience was captivated by your theatrical talents and enjoyed learning about Eleanor. ~The SHS Community
Douglas Elementary School – Very authentic. Kept the children captivated.Portal was appropriate to the audience level. Stellar performance! Great job responding to children’s questions. ~ Nancy Doyle
Auburn Historical Society – We had the pleasure of attending a performance in which Sheryl Faye dramatized the life of Clara Barton, founder of The American Red Cross. Her production was a masterful combination of image, action and narrative. Not only did she depict the life of Clara Barton, she made vivid the society in which that life was lived. Sheryl’s presentation focused on the social issues of 150 years ago and quickens the understanding and appreciation of how those issues were dealt with. Her historical authentic portrayal reveals Clara Barton’s inspiring humanitarianism; a life fueled by determination to alleviate suffering brought about by conflict and crisis. Sheryl is a professional. She quickly transformed the ordinary room into a convincing theater with set and sound. She is a pleasure to work with: flexible and efficient. Her interactions with our diverse group were warm and informative. She would be a boon to any classroom! ~ Anna Howe Stead, Teacher
Clara Barton Day, Dansville NY – Sheryl, Your performance was fantastic. The people who saw it told me they thoroughly enjoyed it. Thank again for coming to the birthplace of the First Chapter of the Red Cross in St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. ~ Ken, Clara Barton Day Event Coordinator
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Bicentennial School, Nashua NH – The students loved how she talked/acted out each book in detail. It felt so real. Amazing how you can act out a persons biography. Loved the expressions-felt like we were actually there. Loved the sounds effects to create the other characters. ~ 4th Grade Teacher
Warren School – Loved it! Great for this grade level! It was age appropriate, engaging, kept students interested, nice job! ~ 2nd grade teacher
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!