Pippa White’s One’s Company Productions have taken her to conferences, festivals and performing arts centers in over 30 states. Her performances, which appeal to a wide range of audiences, connect viewers with immigrant stories in Voices from Ellis Island and The Story of the Orphan Train, pioneer stories in Far as the Eye Can See, war stories in Voices from the Resistance and Saints, Soldiers, and Spies, women's stories in her new production 72 Years to Women's Suffrage, and stories of great reformers in Angels and Troublemakers and Women Who Made a Difference. She has done hundreds of school performances, creating material that can be incorporated into the curriculum, as well as residencies and workshops.
Pippa's performance for our Women in Leadership group was absolutely charming. Our audience was awestruck with her unique storytelling skills and her ability to engage you in a moment of history through the characters she brings to life on the stage. "Captivating, Entertaining, Enlightening, Educational, Left you wanting more" are just a few of the comments made by those who attended. It was a pleasure and an honor to host such a gifted performer.
- Brooke Riera, Mutual of Omaha
Technical requirements: Smaller auditoriums preferred, platform, thrust or proscenium stage at least 15' wide x 10' deep, dressing room with mirror.
Maximum negotiable fees: $950 for 1-2 shows in a single day. Multi-day engagements negotiable.
Availability: Available all year. Maximum of 200 miles on day of performance.
Virtual Option: Artist can work with potential sponsors to create a virtual program.