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Speaker

Susan Marie impacts corporations through story and metaphor. She offers humorous viewpoints and insightful strategies in three major areas:
  • Inspirational Talks. For a listing of popular presentations and audience responses, see Corporate Storytelling. For a list of recent clients see Conference Performances and Corporate Settings in her Curriculum Vitae.
  • Training. Classes, seminars, and workshops that teach the art of storytelling, speaking, crafting a speech, or scripting a presentation. Learn how Stories Give Your Presentation the Edge. For a list of recent clients see Susan Marie's Curriculum Vitae.
  • Consulting services for business in the area of developing and promulgating core messages and corporate identity through story. For more information, contact susanmarie<at>storysmith<dot>org.


Writer

From individual stories to full-length plays, from solo work to narrations coordinated with symphony orchestra, Storysmith® Susan Marie Frontczak works words like wrought iron to shape an image, a message, or an epic journey. For information on her longest running work, see "MANYA — The Living History of Marie Curie." For a list of recent scripts, stories, and narrations,see Original Compositions and Scripts in her Curriculum Vitae.

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Actor

Susan Marie melts, stretches, and reforms the boundaries between theatre, storytelling, and public speaking. Traditional theatre roles include Puck (Midsummer Night's Dream), Antigone (Antigone), and Jo March (Little Women). Her adaptation of Thich Nhat Hanh's "Stone Boy" blends traditional and improvisational disciplines of music, theatre, and storytelling. In her living histories of Marie Curie, Mary Shelley, Eleanor Roosevelt, Irene Castle, and Clara Barton, Susan Marie addresses and responds to questions from the audience as the historical characters.

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Storyteller

For over two decades Storysmith® Susan Marie Frontczak has brought literature to life, created stories from thin air, and honed personal experience into tales worth telling again and again. She plays in theatres, corporations, schools, libraries, and festivals nationwide. For a description of programs, see Repertoire For Children or For Adults. For a listing of recent clients, see her Curriculum Vitae.

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