Welcome to Marc Levitt's Website!
is a writer, storyteller, educator, radio
and TV host, filmmaker and audio
artist living in Wakefield, RI and NYC. He has won awards for his
story recordings, for work in his unique musical/narrative historical
storytelling style, for his work in radio and for his work in the arts
and in the humanities.
A 1971 graduate of Cornell University, Marc has also created the nationally
recognized Charles Fortes Elementary School Museum-in-a-School Project
and the educational philosophy called Site
Marc has performed, lectured and given workshops throughout the United
States. Mr. Levitt is an international
as well, having worked in India, Turkey, Egypt, Tunisia, Czech Republic,
Italy, Spain, Sweden, Ecuador, Peru, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic,
Mexico, Israel, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Austria, England, the Netherlands,
France, Monte Carlo, Poland, China, the Philippines, Venezuela and Taiwan,
Japan, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Madagascar, Kenya, Ethiopia,
Senegal, Brazil, Uganda, South Africa, Ghana and Singapore.
look at Marc's website www.ThirdCultureStories.com
devoted to the contributions by students, teachers, parents and others
dealing with "Third Culture" or Marc's
article in The New York Times
Tales to Inspire the Expatriate Young.
Action Speaks Radio Show
- live recording happening every Wednesday in October 2011 in AS220!
Check Action Speaks on Facebook
Marc is working on two new books: one on non-violence and
diversity celebration tentatively entitled Deep Selfishness;
How Everyone’s Interest Best Met by Understanding Mutual Dependency
and the second, a book for children based on his
radio show, Action Speaks, tentatively
called Surprising 20th Century Dates that Changed
in the Sand': Artist explores history of beach through sound By
Doug Norris/Features Editor, Thursday, October 13, 2011, South County
Click here for Marc's
Audio Winds #2, Stories in the Sand, an audio
art piece that takes place along Narragansett Beach.
Marc and Storyteller Len
Cabral have begun to tour performances, workshops and residencies
about the subject of violence prevention and diversity celebration
Check out the new stories at www.ThirdCultureStories.com
now from Corwin Press: Marc's book on teaching writing, Putting
Everyday Life on the Page