Jane O. Cunningham is enchanting, when she tell stories for festivals, concertsconventions and special events.

Many audiences who have heard her tell stories call her “miss jane”.

I can hear her voice

As a child, I was shy and would roll up in the folds of my mother’s skirts. I did not want anybody to see me.

Mother in hopes of encouraging me to be more out going enrolled me in dance class at 4 years old. I made it through the recital.  My teacher said I to take tap dancing and ballet the next year.  I refused! Tap dancing was for boys.

After I quit dance lessons, Mrs. Marguerita Harlow became my piano teacher.  Seeing my nervousness at my first piano recital, Mother gave me some advice.   I can still hear her voice as she says,
“Jane, you must treat the audience like guests in your home. Make sure they are comfortable.”



Northerners and Southerners

Jane O. Cunningham has enchanted audiences at the National Storytelling Festival as an Exchange Place Teller and as the Storyteller in Residence for the International Storytelling Center in Jonesborough,TN.  Northerners and Southerners were captivated by her stories at the Washington Storyteller’s Theater in Washington,D.C.

“Miss Jane” has performed at the Alliance Theater, Winter Storytelling Festival, the Carter Center and the National Storytelling Convention in Atlanta,Georgia.

“Miss Jane Stories”

Jane O.Cunningham is guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and a memory to your heart!  Her enduring sense of humor and irresistible Southern charm make her “Miss Jane Stories” an enchanting experience for all audiences.