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29 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling


            Archive of Past Features: Jan-Mar 2021       
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1/5/2021
 MELISSA HAMILTON For years I enjoyed being out in the woods and would go on occasional hikes to the mountains with my dad. Five and a half years ago I learned how much of a difference hiking and the outdoors could make in my life. I will tell stories about how I became an avid hiker and how it has changed my life.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
1/12/2021
 Robyn Perkins is an award winning, UK-based American comedic storyteller who hosts and performs in clubs around the UK and tours internationally. Her clever comedy combines scientific research with personal stories from her wild and varied life. This annual Story Space feature will be about Love and Engagement.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
1/19/2021
 Laura Simms Combining fairy tales and myths with personal narrative, Laura is known for riveting voice, depth and zany humor. She lives in Manhattan, travels the world and has told stories in theaters, refugee camps, zoos, palaces, schools, festivals, ancient ruins, gardens and her living room on Zoom.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  

1/26/2021
 Jim Hawkins Bodhran often in hand, Jim tells stories and sings songs - mostly humorous - from the Irish tradition and from his own collections: An Irish Childhood, Growing Up in New York, and Driving Across America with Billy Zuckerman.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  
2/2/2021
 Anne Shimojima Hidden Memory: An American Story. World War II was a very different experience for Japanese Americans. Anne tells of her family’s journey from Japan and through the incarceration camps, where locked up behind barbed wire were 120,000 innocent people whose only crime was looking like the enemy.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
2/9/2021
 Regie Gibson The Rants, Chants & Coos of a Literary Musician. Come join literary performer and creator of The Shakespeare Time-Traveling Speakeasy in story, spoken word poetry and song in an intelligent, thoughtful, bluesy, jazzy, touching exploration into what it means to live, laugh, and love as a human being.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

2/16/2021
 Robin Bady tells “Nancy Drewinsky and the Search for the Missing Letter”. It's a searing look at her family’s collision with Anti-Semitism and McCarthyism. Her father was accused of being a Communist spy. Robin's account of that deeply personal, compelling experience rings an uneasy bell of recognition today.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
2/23/2021
 Kristin Pedemonti Join StoryBridge Oracle award recipient Kristin on an adventure to Iran. Experience the beauty of what can happen when we make no assumptions, take a risk, open our hearts, and connect through the power of story; real and folktale.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens
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3/2/2021
 Maria Gillen is a medicinal storyteller in Cork, very interested in what wisdom enduring myths and legends have to offer the modern world. A drama therapist who uses story in corporate, healthcare, post prison services and other settings, she was 2018 and 2019 winner of the Mick McCarthy All Ireland Competition.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  

3/9/2021
 Jay Leeming treats us to an ancient Welsh story from the Mabinogion. There's an uncatchable Goddess, three feasts, a presumptuous Guest, an ambush, and an infinitely hungry Sack. The creator of the Crane Bag Storytelling podcast, Jay is a Poet and Musician, as well as a former Yosemite Ranger/Naturalist.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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3/16/2021
 Noa Baum is an award-winning storyteller, author, and coach. She tells internationally to diverse audiences. She focuses on the power of storytelling to heal across the divides of identity and build bridges of peace. She wrote the acclaimed book, “A Land Twice Promised: An Israeli Woman’s Quest for Peace”.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
3/23/2021
 Kelly Campos is a talented singer/songwriter as well as a storyteller. She twists folk & fairy tales into new patterns, highlights life with her true stories, and weaves music through them all.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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3/30/2021
 Donna Washington is an internationally known master storyteller, artist educator, and published author. She's renowned for her storytelling (to both children & adults), which not only includes poignant & funny fables about the human condition, but racy relationship stories and spine-tingling tales of terror as well.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens
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