About One's Company
"..............riveting, heartbreaking and suspenseful. Literally wearing different hats to change characters, Ms. White tells stories in a nicely balanced rotation which adds tension to the already emotionally charged tales."
New York, N.Y.
Pippa White's One's Company Productions have taken her to over 30 states and many different venues (performing arts centers, conferences, festivals, schools) because her performances appeal to a wide range of audiences. Whether young or old, those audiences connect with the immigrant stories in Voices from Ellis Island, the children's stories in The Story of the Orphan Train, the pioneer stories in Far As The Eye Can See, and the war stories in Voices from the Resistance, Civil War Women and Saints, Soldiers and Spies. Stories of great reformers are featured in Angels and Troublemakers, Women Who Changed the World, and Marching Out of the Sweatshop. Pippa's work is perfect for museums, historical societies, and especially Women's History Month. She has done hundreds of school shows because these performance pieces fit right into the curriculum. She offers residencies and workshops, and even has a delightful little musical ("I Can't Give You Anything But Songs") that garnered enthusiastic reviews in 2013 at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City.