Isaac Freeman

Isaac St. Clair Freeman got his start telling stories as an administrator for a member of Congress, winning over audiences by flexibly moving between the soberness and hilarity of life in rural landscapes. After years of entertaining thousands, twenty at a time, Freeman set his sights on an invitation to tell stories at Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Virginia. To bring that dream to fruition, Freeman found mentoring and friendship from the Beaver Creek Storytellers and the Jonesborough Storytellers’ Guild

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Types of Stories: Appalachian, Family, Scary, Original/Creative, Humorous, Personal, Inspirational/ Religious
Preferred Audience: Teens, Adults, Mixed Ages
Preferred Settings: Churches, Festivals, Civic Organizations, Businesses, Large Group Settings