Corinne Stavish

Corinne Stavish's picture
26216 Franklin Pointe Drive Southfield
Applauded and acclaimed as “mesmerizing…capturing the hearts and minds of audiences,” Corinne specializes in Jewish Folklore, personal narratives and midrashim that are warm and witty, powerful and poignant, enhanced by a varied and lively performing style. Corinne serves on the Board of Governors of the International Storytelling Center. She has been featured at the National Storytelling Festival, which she frequently emcees; has been a frequent Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center; presents provocative workshops nationwide; keynoted the National Storytelling Conference, 2005; was a Detroit Jewish Woman Artist of the Year 2001; produced four award-winning CDs, including Hussies, Harlots, Heroines: Shady Ladies of the Bible; contributed to Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul, Mitzvah Stories, and The Storyteller’s Companion to the Bible. She is a College Professor in Humanities at Lawrence Technological University, awarded Professor of the Year 1999.
Willing to Travel: 
Provides Workshops: 
For Students
For Educators
For Adults
For Storytellers
For Librarians
For Synagogues
For Non-Profit Organizations
For Business/Corporate Groups
Performances for Age Groups: 
Family Audiences
Elementary- grades K-5
Middle - grades 6-8
High School
An experience not to be missed...Stavish grabs your attention in the first minute and doesn't let you go until each of her spellbinding tales reaches its satisfactory conclusion.
Detroit Metro Parent