Connecting with Folk Tales and Fables

Program Description

Great adventures begin with, “Once upon a time,” everyone knows that much. But some of the greatest adventures begin with the words “Did I ever tell you about that time . .” Listening to stories and telling our own fosters connection, thought, and real life application of timeless truths. Mo Reynolds is a professional storyteller that weaves folk tales with personal narratives, drawing connections along the way and inviting listeners to be a part of the story. Every performance is a unique experience. The performance can include a workshop element, helping members of the community tap into their own stories and build connections with others through stories. Sharing and listening to stories fosters connection, empathy, and unity. Connecting them to folk tales and fables anchor them in a way that is both unique and universal.

Presenter Bio

Mo Reynolds has been telling stories for many years, just ask her parents! She has been performing for audiences since 2016. She was a librarian for two years, delighting students weekly with folk tales, myths, stories from literature, and inspiring records from real life. She has performed in schools, festivals, backyards, and living rooms across Montana, Idaho, Washington, Utah, and all the way to Florida. After being a showcase teller for two years, she was invited to be a featured storyteller at the Florida Storytelling Festival in 2020. Mo recently earned the Diamonds in the Dust Diamond Award Scholarship in 2020 to help build her YouTube channel, where she posts storytelling episodes to spread the art to a broad audience around the world.


Mo Reynolds
Storyteller, Speaker, Educator