A new resident of Prague, I have been teaching drama and acting professionally in the USA and the UK for as far back as I can remember. I hold a special place in my heart for medieval and Renaissance History, and performed as a cast member of the Maryland Renaissance Festival in the USA for sixteen years. It was there that I honed my improvisation and storytelling skills. I look forward to guiding our guests through the fascinating history and dark legends of this most magical city.
What, if not the magic of the “Alchemist Metropolis” could make me as an author of classic horror literature burn all bridges in my home country, just to wander endlessly through cobblestone streets? Since 2019 I have been working mainly as a storyteller and have since completed over 300 performances, worked with the Münchhausen-Museum Bodenwerder – home of the historical Baron – and teach courses on the art of storytelling.
To have the opportunity to bring some of these stories closer to Prague’s guests in the city with the most legends in the entire world, where every street has its own Ghost, is a privilege for me.
For as long as I can remember I have been fascinated by stories of centuries past and legends. That lead me to become a profesional historian and a performer. For almost ten years I have been trying to bring the past closer to people of this day through performances of living history, storytelling, theatre, dancing and writing. The art and history one can encounter in the web of old and tiny streets of Prague has enchanted me and made me its resident. My creativity sees this city as a well of endless inspiration. I love to walk in footsteps of people from long ago, touch the walls and objects they touched and tell the stories of their lifes and sometimes their afterlife. I can’t wait to take you on an evening walk through the wonderful city of Prague and share with you the stories that have deeply touched me.