Denise McCormack offers well-honed programs that resonate with listeners. She has performed in local, regional, and national venues, including Philadelphia's Rotunda, NYC's Artists Without Walls, numerous festivals, libraries, schools, and clubs.
Offering programs for children through adults, the stories range from folklore and song through literary and personal to capture the essence of our experiences, our values and cultures.
McCormack's performances have earned high praise.
McCormack also serves the needs of those seeking workshops and coaching for specific purposes and is passionate about the role of story in examining issues related to education, social justice, and business, as well as the neurological and physical impulses that connect us.
Sometimes, that means creating safe spaces to reflect upon or share stories, to breathe, to have fun.
Among her roles and affiliations, to promote the art and benefits of storytelling, McCormack is
McCormack’s mantra: There is a story for every time and purpose under heaven.
Her passion is further invested bridging language gaps.