About Oba William King:
Oba is a small town storyteller-sharing the art of storytelling as though it were a sacred gift. A member of the National Association of Black Storytellers, recent presenter at the Kennedy Center, The National Storytelling Festival in Jonesboro, Tennessee. Oba is a Traditional Folk Arts fellowship recipient from the Illinois Arts Council an award-winning presenter from the BSA in Minneapolis, and a two-time International Storytelling Center Teller-in-Residence. A storyteller, author, and drummer, his presentations are engaging, interactive, and Oba welcomes the audience into the magical world of rhythm and rhyme.
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