She has told a wide range of stories across the US, Latin America and Europe. A featured teller in the Hans Christian Andersen storytelling series in NYC’s Central Park for seventeen years, other NYC appearances include The American Museum of Natural History, The Brooklyn Museum and Lincoln Center. In 2000, she told The Tale of Peter Rabbit for the Easter Egg Roll at the Clinton White House. Regina Ress Regina Ress is an award winning storyteller, actor, writer and educator who has performed and taught for over forty years from Broadway to Brazil in English and Spanish in a wide variety of settings from grade schools to senior centers, from homeless shelters and prisons to Lincoln Center and the White House.
 
She has performed and/or given workshops at the National Storytelling Conference, Sharing the Fire, The Connecticut Storytelling Festival, Reading the World, Celebrate Story Festival, The Power of Words,  and for MAST-The Gathering. International performances and workshops include festivals in Rio de Janeiro, Madrid, and Tenerife where she was interviewed for radio station COPE. Calendar Audio Video Articles Workshops Performances Photos Ress teaches a graduate course on storytelling/storytelling in the classroom for NYU’s Program in Educational Theatre and has produced the storytelling series at the historic Provincetown Playhouse. 
Buzz In 2004 she was the recipient of a NSN grant for her project Voices from Washington Heights: Immigrants Tell Stories About and From Their Homelands which was done at Northern Manhattan Improvement Corp. She is a certified ESOL instructor and has taught adult immigrants in NYC for more than ten years. 
As a teaching artist, she has given workshops in schools through Arts Horizons and Young Audiences NY. She has performed and led workshops at women’s prisons in NY, DE, and CT. In the aftermath of 9/11, under the auspices of Mercy Corps, she facilitated workshops for adults on the issue of children and trauma. Regina Ress is a Board member of  the NY Storytelling Center and the NY Metro Liaison to the National Storytelling Network, which, in 2003, awarded her an Oracle Award in Regional Leadership and Service. She has published numerous articles, including; Love at First Sight in Parabola Magazine and  The Holocaust, Littleton, and Our Children and  A Matter of Cultural Survival  in Storytelling Magazine. Her original story  The Earth Dreamers was published in Holiday Stories All Year Round (Libraries Unlimited). A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Regina Ress holds a BS in English from Carnegie Mellon University, an M.A. in Theatre from Villanova University,  and a Certificate in TESOL from The New School.  Her son, Arieh Down Ress, is a photographer and graphic artist in NYC.
Wikipedia Article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regina_Ressshapeimage_20_link_0
National Storytelling Network
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The Storytelling Center of NYC
http://www.storytelling-nyc.org/shapeimage_22_link_0
External Links: Storytelling Connects Us To Each Other   
and to The Deepest Parts of Ourselves Whether performing for children or adults, with her warm and engaging style, Regina invites her audience to journey with her, crossing borders, exploring new territory, and returning with insights and information, 
having had a delightful experience along the way.