Hope Lewis is a performance storyteller from Seal Cove, Maine. She retired from teaching and just couldn’t stay retired. She enjoys creating original stories, but particularly savors performing tales from a wide variety of traditions. Her stories are crafted to appeal to the entire family. Maine humor and local stories appear often in Hope’s programs, especially those crafted for adult audiences.
Hope enjoys telling for all audiences, from school groups to elders. You will find wisdom stories, traditional folklore and environmentally conscious stories in her repertoire. She is honored to have been accepted as an Acadia Centennial Partner for this year’s celebration. Look for her as a storytelling performer throughout the year and throughout Acadia National Park this summer.
Hope creates custom programs that respond to the needs and requests of varied audiences: church programs, schools, colleges, libraries, festivals, community organizations, elder programs and—of course—Acadia National Park.
I have been a volunteer performer for Acadia National Park for a number of years, and am thrilled to again be part of bringing Acadia to life through performances combining traditional stories and songs with intriguing and amazing facts about Acadia’s animals. This year’s centennial plans include performances throughout the area.
1700 Tremont Road
Seal Cove, Maine 04674