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David Sidwell

David Sidwell

 

Hello, I’m David Sidwell!

I have told stories at festivals, conferences and other events all over the U.S. I will tell stories for you, too.

I have directed over two dozen children’s theatre productions. I will direct one for you, too.

I have planned many large events, including the beloved Baby Animal Days. I will plan your amazing event, too.

My band, Whoa Molly!, has played all over Utah and in the region. We’re a fun band! We’ll play for you, too!



Hi I’m Dr. David Sidwell. Most people call me "dr. Dave" with a small ‘d’ and then a big one. I’m a storyteller, photographer, poet, and event planner, but I’ll try just about anything creative and artistic. I have deep directing experience and specialize in children’s theatre and Interpreters theatre.

I’m an adjunct professor in the Theatre Arts Department at Utah State University. I’m also the Program Director at the American West Heritage Center in Wellsville, Utah. It’s a living history museum with lots of nifty and fun activities and events, including the very well known Baby Animal Days, held during Logan and Cache School Districts’ Spring Break.

As a professional storyteller, and have told stories all across the U.S., including many places here in Utah. Check out my storytelling website!

In my spare time, I do a little work for the Utah Festival Opera as a drama instructor and educational consultant, something I’ve been doing for many years. I helped them start their program and it has been very satisfying.

I’m also

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