Doug Lipman

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P.O. Box 545
Marshfield Hills

781-837-1940 / 1-855-LIPMAN-1 (1-855-547-6261)

Doug Lipman reveals the humanity of Jewish stories to audiences of
all backgrounds. He has a passion for Jewish mystical stories, Jewish
folktales, and original Jewish stories. He has shared this passion
with adults and children from New York to New Zealand and beyond - adding 12-string guitar, button accordion, and flute to many of his
performances. Doug, an award-winning author and recording artist, has performed his two-act "The Soul of Hope" on three continents. The Boston Globe called it "a fascinating story of Jewish spirit and myth...a Hasidic tale about combating despair, finding hope, and transforming the world."

Other programs include:
- "The Ballad of Mauthausen: a Holocaust Program of Stories and Songs"
- "Now We Are Free: Stories and Songs of Freedom for Passover."
- "One Little Candle: Participation Stories and Songs for Hanukkah"

The pre-eminent storytelling coach in the U.S., Doug has trained countless performers, educators, and other professionals in the timeless art of Jewish storytelling.

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
To hear Doug Lipman tell stories is to want to learn to tell stories yourself.
Mopsy Strange Kennedy
Boston Glove
A rock-steady presence...finding eager eyes and ears.
Washington Post
Lipman is among those bring storytelling into the present.
Christian Science Monitor
Universal appeal...directly out of the storytelling tradition of Jewish life.
Kansas City Star