Tales of the West & Southwest

Highly dramatized, Deb's style walks a fine line between theatre and storytelling. Containing several titles—Winter Tales, Wild West Tale Spin, and more—its material is from the Hispanic, Native American, cowboy, and frontiersfolk cultures of the American West and Southwest. The programs of song and story can be presented in various lengths and formats for a variety of venues, from intimate spaces to large concert halls. Adaptable for ages 6-106 and especially good for family audiences.

For booking information contact: info@palomitaproductions.org

   “…performed with a naturalness and honesty rarely seen on stage.”

The Santa Fe New Mexican


of the West

Stagecoach robbers to suffragettes. Demure señoritas, medicine women, warriors, mothers, ranch hands. Women of the West is a unique blend of story and song, anecdote, history and poetic verse that bring them all to life. Its rich array of characters, both fictional and authentic, tell their stories mixing the humorous with the poignant, the courageous with the ridiculous. Each has her moment in the history of the West as Deb tells it. Adaptable to many spaces and places.

For booking information contact: info@palomitaproductions.org

   "Deborah continues to incorporate women's stories, dreams and deepest wishes into theatre."

Western Herstory Calendar
Boise, Idaho

A Wee Bit

of the Bard

A potpourri of story, song, poetry, anecdote and travelogue as told in the voices of the many colorful characters from “Mother” Ireland’s green shores. In keeping with the ancient Celtic tradition of The Bard, Deb has woven history and myth, music and landscape together into a rich tapestry of Irish lore. It is a weave that depicts heroes, heroines, gods, goddesses, fairy folk and fisherfolk as it beguiles the listener into traveling to times and places beyond the here and now.

For booking information contact: info@palomitaproductions.org

   “…the art of storytelling is taking material from the written page and giving it life. Deborah puts considerable thought into presenting a unified performance where every word, movement or change has purpose.”

Librarian and Chairperson
Albuquerque Storytelling Workshop & Festival