Ingrid will be performing this at the Bay Area Storytelling Festival, April 29, 2023. This is a true story and a tale of danger, survival, perseverance, hope and leadership. Written and performed by Ingrid. Available on Zoom and in-person. Book this for your group, school, or festival!
In this original story, the Godmother comes clean regarding her involvement in the "Cinderella Incident." Look out Brothers Grimm! Told for Fairy Tale Variations with Stories with Spirit.
This is an inspired telling of the true story of the corpse found floating on the surface of Lake Crescent in Washington State on July morning in 1940, as part of a creepy stories program performed by the TBD Storytellers, live on Zoom.
While working for the National Park Service in Glacier Bay National Park, I recorded this story not far from where the adventure actually took place.
In this original story Ingrid Nixon explores love through lawn care. Told for the Portland Storytellers' Guild, Portland, OR.
... from the witch's point of view. Recorded at NW Folklife in Seattle.
A story about love, aviation, and wondrous coincidences.
Luna is the true story of an orphaned killer whale that inspired a community. Recorded live at the Florida Storytelling Festival and later played on BYU's radio program, The Apple Seed.
Left: Photo Credit NOAA.
In this classic story, a dutiful daughter learns that dead men do tell tales. Featured on the Story Story Podcast.
With only bagpipes, a rooster, and a dream, a hedgehog-boy overcomes tremendous odds to become king. Recorded on Ingrid's award-winning CD, Grimm's with a Twist, and featured on BYU's radio program The Apple Seed.
Learn a little bit more about Ingrid and what makes her tick on this episode of Friday with Friends, a program hosted by Storyteller Simon Brooks.