My book has been published!!!
It is available on Amazon (unsigned)
or get in touch with me at email@example.com
to find out how to purchase a signed copy.
(This book is not a transcript of my show
of the same name, but a more detailed memoir of the events leading up to and embedded in the adventure.
Consider it the "extended play" version
of the one-hour spoken story.) :)
Sue McPhee is a
Actress, and Artist of the Spoken Word,
Her stories and performance pieces are designed to entertain, amaze,
enthrall, and inspire.
Sue's repertoire includes many original and compelling stories that touch
Some will make you laugh;
some will leave you speechless;
Sue is available for a variety of
venues and time frames,
for corporate and women's events,
retreats, libraries, expos, house concerts, conferences, senior centers,
bridal showers, and more.
Ask her about the various characters she can portray when you want to "roast"
the guest of honor.
Sue also leads fun improv games for parties and gatherings and can teach an improv class of any length, appropriate for
Middle and High School students
and adults up to age 101!
Sue is primarily a teller for the grown-up audience and those that can listen like a grown-up. :)
Fees are negotiated based on the type of venue, length of performance,
geographical area, etc.
to discuss fees and availability.
There's sure to be something
that will fit your budget.
A Tale of Two Rivers,
a one-hour, one-woman show for the grown-up audience (and now a book of the same name) is available for performances to groups, churches, storytelling venues, house concerts, libraries, bookstores,
cafes, senior and retirement communities,
and book signings.
The story is based on compelling true tales of her unique experiences working with infants and children in New York City
and in Romania.
The original ten-minute version of the story has been a hit in many venues throughout New England, including
the Corner House Inn,
Hillsboro Area Artisans:
Spring into Summer Faire
Hillsboro Senior Services,
Franklin Library Tea and Tales,
and Tellabration, in Concord, NH.
The full length one-hour performance was performed to high acclaim at
Horseshoe Pond Senior Center, Concord, NH, Hillsboro NH Senior Services,
The Corner House Inn, Franklin Library Tea and Tales, Hillsboro Methodist Church, Fuller Library in Hillsboro, NH,
Rosewood Country Inn, Bradford, NH, Tropical Shades, Hillsboro, NH,
OLLI at Granite State College,
Sugar Hill Retirement Center in Wolfeboro, NH, and as part of a production called "Women Who Move America" presented recently at the Hatbox Theatre
in Concord, NH.
(References from any of these locations
can be made available.)
Sue often presents
10 -minute stories at the monthly
Central NH Storytelling Guild meetings.
The Guild meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 P.M. at
Horseshoe Pond Place Senior Center Community Room
26 Commercial Street,
Concord, NH 03301
Call (603-464-5119) or email Sue to see when she is appearing in Concord.
This website is always a work in progress.
There's much more to come!
From the movie, Sarah's Key:
"When a story is told, it is not forgotten.
It becomes something else."
This website is hereby dedicated to the memory of
Peter Brodeur, aka Bearded Turtle,
an amazing Storyteller and human being from
New Hampshire, who died tragically and suddenly on Sunday, May 20, 2018.
May you rest in peace, dear one.
You will not be forgotten.