Cassandra Wye is an internationally acclaimed performer, educator, director and trainer of storytelling in performance and education.
Cassandra's unique approach to storytelling - Stories in Motion - has taken her around the globe from Barbados to Borneo, from the roof of the world to the depths of the rainforest, from nuseries to monasteries, from storytelling at cosy community celebrations to performing on the streets to audiences of 1000's.
Cassandra has worked around the globe with:
The British Council in Malaysia, Nepal, Taiwan, and Vietnam, The National Arts Council of Singapore, Longmann Publishers Hong Kong, Universties of Education in South Korea and Queensland Libraries in Australia.
She has performed at International Storytelling Festivals in Singapore, Perth, Penang and Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, Folk Festivals in Beverley and Crawley, Literature Festivals in Swindon and Chester, Arts festivals in Dorchester and Cork.
She is a highly acclaimed director of community storytelling projects including a performance by 20 local children for Singapore Storytelling Festival in 2006. She teaches storytelling in performance and educational settings including Norland College of Education UK.
Reviews of her work:
"Her impish enthusiam is infectious" South China Morning Post Hong Kong
One of the highlights of the festival was seeing twenty 12 year olds, who had been working with Cassandra, performing. The blend of humour, creativity and enthusiasm was inspiring"
Review of The Story Pot at Singapore International Storytelling Festival
"A brilliant storyteller"
Professor of Education, University of Education Seoul S Korea