It’s fun to shiver this time of year
Everyone, young and old, wants a bit of spooky, creepy, tingly fun at Halloween. Whether telling tales of skulls in a moonlit mausoleum, mysterious shape shifters, or midnight visitors on a stormy night, Margaret can tickle, tease or scare.
“Margaret enticed many cackles from a room full of 100 ‘witches’ during our annual Witches Tea Party.” – Heather Young, THE CENTER at Palos Hills
Why we love things that go Boo!
When we hear or see something scary, a shot of adrenaline floods our bodies, even if
what we are experiencing is not dangerous.With an adrenaline rush comes a heightened production of feel good endorphins. More Halloween stories, please!
Astara March, Inside Science
Customized programs can include:
- The Spiral Staircase – a 15 year old girl, a scary movie, and a midnight visitor
- Double Boo – sisters on eerie, dark night
- The Voice in the Night – (adaptation of a literary story by W.H. Hodgson)
- Mary Culhane and the Dead Man - a ghost story
- Lucy Dove – old woman versus monster (adapted by Janice Del Negro)
- The Bargain – shape shifter (adapted by Janice Del Negro)
- Hide and Seek – secrets of a haunted house (adapted by Janice Del Negro)
- Elsa and the Evil Wizard – a cautionary tale
- The Dauntless Girl – skulls in a moonlit mausoleum
- Ain’t Nobody Here – spooky fun
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Stories not only entertain, they also have the power to touch the heart, spark imagination, inspire hope, and embolden the spirit.
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For more information about programs and bookings contact margaret[at]margaretburk.com 708-465-6305
“Tales both witty and mysterious. I’d recommend her to be your Halloween Storyteller for any age.” – Ann Territo, Naperville Women’s Club