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30 years of Tuesday Night Storytelling


            Archive of Past Features: Jul-Sep 2020       
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7/7/2020
 Jennifer Munro ís original stories, laced with her signature wit, resonate with the frailty and courage of the human condition. She has produced three award-winning CDs and a book: Aunty Lily and other Delightfully Perverse Stories. Jennifer has performed at major storytelling festivals across the nation.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
7/14/2020
 Saul Fussiner Host of New Haven, CT monthly series Songs & Stories and Director of Creative Writing at ACES Educational Center for the Arts, Saulís personal stories include two one-man shows about his travels in Ireland and Poland. You can find some of his writing on Laura Hurwitzís Easy Chair podcast.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
7/21/2020
 THELMA RUFFIN THOMAS has told stories in the USA, Tanzania, Brazil, Ghana, Costa Rica, South Africa, Russia and Australia. She is a founder of the African Folk Heritage Circle, a member of the New York Story Exchange, The Storytelling Center, National Association of Black Storytellers and the Harlem Arts Alliance.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  

7/28/2020
 Sonia Bareja Punhani As "Pied Piper Sonia", she is a favorite at Schools, Colleges, and Festivals across India. Tonight, through music and narration, she'll be bringing to life two legendary, powerful women: Mirabai, the 16th century Mystic Hindu Poet, and Rani Padmini, an exceptionally beautiful Princess.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
8/4/2020
 YSSC Youth Tellers Special Double Feature: Newest voices, graduates of 1st-ever Youth Standing Strong Camp (YSSC). Proceeds of this special evening go to the Featured Tellers & a Relief Fund for storytellers. 6:00pm EDT Early bird featured Youths, 7:00pm EDT Open Telling as usual, 8:00pm EDT Featured Tellers.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
8/11/2020
 Valentina Ortiz Pandolfi Pandemic Love: Times of great fear are times of intense love. Valentina Ortiz offers us, straight from central Mexico, 3 love stories. One from ancient Aztec Mexico, another from downtown New York, and the last from her nights as a Salsa Drummer. Join her for a humid, loving, adult evening.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis
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8/18/2020
 Darrin Crow Darrin Crow's family tree has a few odd forks. The roots dig deep in southeast Iowa, where beauty and hardness reflect its people and stories, from Uncle Raymond's Tall Cornstalk to the Ghost at Soap Creek Bridge.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
8/25/2020
 Olga Loya will use a dramatic mix of Spanish and English to tell "Dancing through la Vida". Listen to stories about love and survival as Olga dances through la Vida (life). You will hear a true story, a legend, a myth and folktale with all of them having dancing as part of the stories.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  
9/1/2020
 Megan Wells makes mind movies - alive with humor, heart, and healing. She is especially delighted to tell for The Story Space, since Brother Blue baptized her in the Art of Story Magic. For you, and in honor of Brother Blue, stories of learning, leaning, and gleaning.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

9/8/2020
 Diane Ferlatte listened to her grandparentsí neighbors stories, lies, and tales in Alexandria, LA. Now, with music, sign language, and humor, she shares oral traditions, struggles and triumphs of African Americans, and global tales that touch all humanity. She will be accompanied by her musician Erik Pearson.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens
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9/15/2020
 Lynn Noel is an internationally respected ballad singer and storyteller with a powerful, melodic voice and a captivating style in the tradition of bards, skalds, and troubadours. She will sing stories of love, murder, wit and daring, humor and tragedy from her lifelong collection of ballads and broadsides.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
9/22/2020
 Simon Brooks Simonís tales, both live and his award winning recordings, combine the intensity of solo performance with the intimacy of face-to-face conversations, delighting all. Simon performs all over the USA. Join him for Countering COVID with culture!
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens
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9/29/2020
 Heather Forest is a modern-day bard. Her storytelling is a fusion of poetry, prose, original music, and the sung and spoken word. Her magnum opus, "Ancient Voices", offers a fresh look at some of the oldest stories in the world, and features pivotal episodes from both well- and little-known epics.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
    



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