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"Funny Stories!"

"I didn't know Bible stories could be so funny!"
Mary Ellen Doran
Christian Ed Director, ST. James Church

- St. James Chruch

"Funny Concert!"

"What a funny concert! We never had a storyteller/comedian before but we're going to do it again!"
Desmond Jolly
Phoenix Singles Ministry
First Baptist Church, Shelby, NC - First Baptist Church Shelby

"Positively Carolina!"

Quality Storytelling! - WCBD-TV NBC

"Boyish Enthusiasm!"

He had them laughing at the start! - Charleston Post & Courier

"You've Touched The Lives!"

Your stories have touched the lives of people throughout South Carolina and the nation, and I applaud your commitment to storytelling with enthusiasm and passion."

South Carolina Governor Jim Hodges - SC governors Office

"Charleston Storyteller Donates Storytelling Chair to the South Carolina State Museum"

Storyteller Mike Miller donates "Sammy the Story Chair" to the South Carolina Museum

(Columbia, SC) - Would you like to sit in a chair that can inspire a story? The State Museum now has that special chair and that chair's name is Sammy!

On January 11, 2003 Storyteller Mike Miller, from Charleston, SC, donated the museum's storytelling chair and told the story of "Sammy the Story Chair" at the Stringer Discovery Center.

The chair was designed by Storyteller Mike Miller and painted by over 14 young people from elementary school to college.

The primary artist was a freshman from Charleston County School of the Arts, Alyssa Pabst.

The purpose of this chair is to promote the power of storytelling in our communities,especially among our youth.

"South Carolina has a rich heritage of storytelling and in recent years there has been a decline in this tradition." revealed Storyteller Mike Miller. "Many storytelling groups, such as the National Storytelling Network, the Southern Order of Storytellers and the recently formed, South Carolina Storytelling Network, have taken on the challenge of promoting the power of storytelling."

Mike Miller, known as a "Full Contact" Storyteller & Professional Silly Person has been on the road since 1996 transforming audiences with unique, energetic, and fun business and family storytelling programs.

From statewide festivals to radio, and TV stations across the nation, Mike has entertained preschoolers to CEO's, and all kinds of groups in between.

Mike encourages the art of storytelling by offering free stories and storytelling articles

Visitors will have a chance to view and sit in the chair at The State Museum, 301 Gervais St., Columbia.

The museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. For more information,

call (803) 898-4952 or visit the museum’s web site at - SC State Museum

"First Storyteller from South Carolina to be a Storyteller of the Year Finalist."

South Carolina Storyteller Named 2002 Storyteller of the Year First Runner Up

Mike Miller from Charleston, South Carolina was awarded the title "Storyteller of the Year®" First Runner Up, at the 56th Annual Lions Club Sweet Corn Festival in Millersport, Ohio on August 31, 2002.

Miller was the first South Carolina Storyteller to be awarded the honor of being selected as a finalist in this national event.

Three master storytellers vied for the official title "Storyteller of the Year" and a top cash prize of $1,000. Mike Miller from Charleston, South Carolina was First Runner Up, Nettie Martin from Kalamazoo, Michigan was Second Runner Up and Leeny Del Seamond of Westford, Massachusetts was named "Storyteller of the Year®".

Finalists were selected from sixty-two professional storytellers who submitted entries this year. The theme for the 2002 contest was, "Adventure/Travel Stories".

"The contest includes three-tiered judging process," explained Donna Foster, Program Director for the event. "In the first round the judges test the tellers" ability to stay within the time constraints (15 minutes or less) and tell a story on a theme. The second round judges scrutinize the story structure, listen for good vocal control and evaluate the pacing of the teller's stories. During the Finals the judges are looking at performance skills and how well the tellers relate with the audience."

"Our selection process is very demanding," revealed Foster. "These tellers have to be able to focus their energy and project it out toward the listeners. The Festival setting is really tough and it takes a lot of energy to be able to reach a large festival audience. If a storyteller can reach this audience they have to be good - REAL good," said Foster.

The "Storyteller of the Year®" event is sponsored the Ohio Arts Council and produced by the Creative Arts Institute. The program was videotaped for broadcast on Ohio¹s Public Access Television Stations.

Photos and more information about Mike Miller can be found at

Contacts: Donna Foster, Program Director,
(614) 759-9407
8021 Kennedy Road
Blacklick, OH, 43004

Storyteller Mike Miller (843) 762-4458
- Ohio Creative Arts


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Really Cool Facts About Mike Miller!
2002 National Storyteller of the Year-First runner Up (he lost to a puppet but he's not bitter!)
Featured on the History Channel
Featured Storyteller for the SC Department of Education Series-"Inside Storytelling"
First Storyteller/Humorist Featured at the SC Book Festival-Two years in a row!
Featured on the Sheep Laughs Comedy Show # 63
Director St. James Church Night of Biblical Storytelling since 2000.
Ordained Christian Minister

Mike Miller is a Full Contact Storyteller, Humorist and Professional Silly Person based in Charleston, South Carolina. His fresh, unique and exciting brand of speaking and storytelling has impacted thousands of groups ranging from major industry and health care to youth, churches and education.

All of Mike's programs have one thing in common: they're fun!Plus you will be a part of the program!

If this is what you want in life, give Mike a call!
You will receive quality entertaining and informative programs customized to fit your wants, needs and goals.

Also a big plus:Mike's work is guaranteed! You Bet! Give Mike a crowd that at least desires to be there and a venue where they don't want to leave in a
hurry and Mike will give you 150% (Note:Mike will give 150% anyway, no matter what!). If the program doesn't meet the goals set down for it, you'll get your money back.

Above all you will be on your way to having a positive and fun experience.

Mike also has a number of workshops that have been in demand by business groups, churches and schools. He uses the power of storytelling to teach customer service and sales programs, & Sunday School teachers. Who else but a storyteller could do that?