Hillary Rea is the founder of Tell Me A Story, a company that works to communicate an authentic narrative through live events, corporate workshops, and individual coaching. She is an award-winning storyteller (NYC Moth StorySLAM winner, Upright Citizen’s Brigade’s Animated Stories, the Story Collider) and the host of Tell Me A Story’s long-running live show.
Hillary is a 2016 Independence Foundation Fellow in the Arts and was a 2011 Artist-in-Residence for Elsewhere Artist Collaborative in Greensboro, NC. She has worked with 1812 Productions as an actor (Tribute to Joan Rivers), educator, and assistant directed It’s My Party: The Women and Comedy Project, an interdisciplinary storytelling and theater piece.
In addition to performing and running her own business, Hillary is the producer and host of Rashomon, a podcast where one family tells every side of the same story. She is currently working toward a certificate in Audio Documentary from Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies. You can listen to her work on Soundcloud and PRX.