Christopher Agostino's StoryFaces - Tales of Transformation and Wonder
Fascinating Performances For Adults,
Family Audiences and Schools

The Story Comes to Life on the Faces of the Audience
Christopher Agostino’s StoryFaces is a very different kind of a show, a one-of-a-kind performance to inspire and delight any audience. Audience volunteers are brought on stage and face painted to illustrate the stories as he tells them, fully engaging the audience with a skillful spoken word performance combined with his unique visual art. The amazing face painting captivates the audience while they listen to traditional folktales and original stories — ranging from the comic adventure of Tiddalik the Great to the heroic tale of Punia and the King of the Sharks and an ancient tale asking the timeless question: Is Life Fair?
Several different programs of StoryFaces are available. Christopher’s extensive repertoire of tales allows him to craft performances to fit festival themes and specific curriculum or cultural studies. He can perform successfully for any age: kids, teens and adults — including arts-in-education programs for schools with variable content for any grade level.

You and your crew are amazing!!!! We truly loved having you in the building and it was clear to us that the public adored you!”
— Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts
The show was a big hit at Hillcrest last Friday...they were listening, moving to Chris’ instructions, watching their classmates being transformed, and awakening their imaginations.”
— PTA, Hillcrest School
In his stage presentations, Christopher Agostino shares discoveries from his 30 year adventure in theatre, storytelling and painting faces, and his exploration into the anthropology of the art of transformation.