Though nearly all humans tell stories, many individuals have brought this skill to the level of art. Storytelling Festivals feature the work of these individuals. Elements of the storytelling art form include visualization (the seeing of images in the mind's eye), and vocal and bodily gestures. In many ways, the art of storytelling draws upon other art forms such as acting, oral interpretation, and performance studies.

Following tradition handed down for centuries, Cayce will enchant any audience with stories from many cultures and times. Although Cayce’s specialty lies in classic myth and legend, she can tailor a program to fit any festival, holiday, or event. She is well known in the North Georgia area for her Native American story cycle. She has a wealth of stories from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and Brittany. In addition, she has studied tales from the Middle East, the Orient, and the Pacific Isles.

Cayce can take you on a trip around the world in stories.

Since the late 70’s as a theatrical major at Brenau, Cayce has been involved in providing community entertainment through time-honored traditions. She was a featured guest artist at Five Tellebrations at Sautee-Nacoochee Arts and Community Center. She has also done a one woman show at Sweetwater Coffee House. She has worked with White County, Habersham County, and Forsythe County school systems, entertaining children of all ages and teaching tolerance of other cultures through the medium of stories. Cayce is remembered as the first person to use Helen's amphitheater after its construction. In addition to area schools and performing venues, Cayce has presented stories to the Chestatee Regional Library and Cleveland libraries. Storytelling plays a big role in the development of a creative mind, and there are a wide diversity of venues to host Cayce Terrell's unique gift.

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To personalize the stories to match the event, please allow three weeks’ notice; if unspecific, three days’ notice is plenty.