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The Story Space
29 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling


            Archive of Past Features: Jul-Sep 2021       
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7/6/2021
 MJ Kang has won 5 Moth story slams, and her stories have been featured on PBS, RISK!, & Yum's The Word. She takes audiences into her world as a married Korean-Canadian-American with a 13 year old daughter, and tells personal stories of her own childhood in tender, positive, yet unflinching ways.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens
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7/13/2021
 Karin Amano trained in Japanese theatre, before moving to the U.S. to study educational theater at NYU. She was an Actor and Storyteller at Walt Disney World for 21 years. Karin has also performed at the National Storytelling Festival’s Exchange Place.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis
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7/20/2021
 Megan Wells There's story in Megan’s heart and theater in her body. She has a commitment to long-form, tackling the big old myths and the literary classics. Touring professionally for thirty years, Megan claims story as her life work - both performing and coaching. Oh, don't forget the awards and fancy credits.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

7/27/2021
 Joy Kelly Smith is reaching back to her Southern roots - born in Mississippi, raised in Tennessee - from before she moved North. She'll be giving us her version of a classic Southern story, “Wiley and the Hairy Man”, sound effects and all. There'll be silliness, magic, and even logic, all in one funny package!
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
8/3/2021
 Sara deBeer The Voices of Women: Folktales of Women Heard and Unheard. In 1978, Sara was telling stories to kids in city parks and housing projects. By 1980, she was wandering along the West Coast of Ireland, eagerly listening to traditional tellers.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis
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8/10/2021
 Jane Dorfman tells folk, fairy, and personal tales at schools, festivals, and prestigious events like Speak!, Stone Soup, Sparks, & Sharing The Fire. Jane's two CD's have each won the World Storytelling Award (in 2019 & 2020). She'll be treating us to some delightful, but risqué stories from The Arabian Nights.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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8/17/2021
 Papa Joe Gaudet , the traveling Teller, is like a character out of an old children's picture book. Over decades, he's Pied-Pipered his way from Cow Head, Newfoundland down to Tombstone, Arizona; and left footprints all over the Internet, with his long beard wagging, range of voices, and an explosion of expressions.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
8/24/2021
 Rona Barbour From the UK! Born in Glasgow, Scotland, as one of 8 siblings to registered blind parents, Rona learned from an early age the value and importance of communicating with others through story. Host of virtual series International Ceilidh, she has been writing and telling stories since childhood.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
8/31/2021
 YSSC Youth Tellers The Story Space and graduates of the 2021 Youth Standing Strong Camp (YSSC) present a Double Feature event of new young tellers from around the world. 6-7PM EDT: Early-bird youth with special guest emcee Renee Emanuel. 7-8PM EDT: Regular Open Telling. 8-9PM EDT: Featured youth tellers.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

9/7/2021
 Horus Ra Born in Los Angeles, Horus has spent the majority of his life serving as a firefighter and paramedic. Always having a natural ability to make people laugh at some of the hilarious and deadly situations with which he has been confronted, he now serves his community with his comedic storytelling.
Hosted By: Joe Pagliuca  
9/14/2021
 Sarah Brady is an award-winning Storyteller, Teaching Artist, and Writer. She's presenting "Thoughts of Freedom: Hans & Sophie Scholl and the White Rose". In 1943, two German siblings in Munich walk toward an uncertain future, carrying words of Resistance, buoyed by faith, stories, and songs.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens
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9/21/2021
 Katie Green brings the heart of the story to the heart of the listener. Her tales of Truth, Folk & Faery have delighted audiences from coast to coast, and beyond. Although she now lives in Florida, The StorySpace continues to be one of her favorite venues for telling and listening to stories.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  

9/28/2021
 Alton Chung is Internationally known. He has been featured at the National & the Timpanogos Storytelling Festivals, as well as many others. Tonight, he presents a delightful smorgasbord of stories: a folktale, a ghost story, a tall tale, a historical story, and if there's time, a classic Hawaiian legend.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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