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29 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling


            Archive of Past Features: Apr-Jun 2018       
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4/3/2018
 CD Collins Kentucky native CD Collins follows the storytelling traditions of the South, both as a solo artist and when accompanied by musicians. Author, musician and spoken word artiste extraordinaire, her work pulses with life blood, expressing sympathy, rage and hope in equal measure.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus
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4/10/2018
 PAULA DUGAN tells stories from myth, tradition and the mists of her own musings. Her stories from and about Ireland express a Celtic world view of life, explore our connection to nature, traverse a magical Otherworld, and peer into our dreams, desires and longings.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis
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4/17/2018
 Don Picard double-majored in Theatre Arts and Computer Science, and chose to work as an engineer in order to be able to feed his family. He enjoys telling live stories about his kids, husband, and extended family, as it is, he says, fun and therapeutic, and allows him to exercise the other half of his degree.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus
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4/24/2018
 RALPH CHADIS "Not Your Typical Bard", will observe his birthday by telling about "The Oven of Akhnai." How did a rabbinic argument about a bread oven change Judaism? What rabbis were arguing? What were they like? How did they live? Why did they banish one of their own? Yes, it's that oven.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
5/1/2018
 Open Telling Tonight will be all open telling with a relaxed time limit. Try your new stories, or tell about a May Holiday: May Day, Cinco de Mayo, Senior Citizens Day, Children's Day, World Naked Gardening Day, Mothers' Day, No Diet Day, End of WW II, World Turtle Day, Africa Day, World No Tobacco Day.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
5/8/2018
 Thea Iberall is the dream house at the four-way intersection of storytelling, poetry, science and spirit. This talented author, poet, playwright, spoken word artist and host of Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse in Medfield breathes grace into every evocative piece that leaps to life from her heart and mind to yours.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  

5/15/2018
 Sharon & Steve Wood This multi-faceted duo treks in from NH to present a tasty mix of folktales, living history, and personal stories. As you might guess by his photo, Steve portrays Abe Lincoln, while Sharon brings to life the likes of Mary Todd Lincoln and Sarah Josepha Buell Hale. Entertaining and highly worthwhile!
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
5/22/2018
 Papa Joe Gaudet A New Hampshire denizen, Papa Joe is an itinerant storyteller, like in Days of Yore. He lives and breathes stories that amuse, touch and amaze his legions of fans, young and old. Don't miss this opportunity to see a true master in action!
Hosted By: Joe Pagliuca  
5/29/2018
 JIM HARRIMAN tells stories that provide audiences with character studies and images of community that open eyes, spark memories and provoke new ideas. He will be introducing Giovanni Giuseppe D'ignati, a story about bullying, strength and hope.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

6/5/2018
 Lauretta Phillips We were stunned and saddened by Peter Brodeur's sudden and untimely death. Good friend and fellow NH storyteller, Lauretta honors his memory by stepping in to fill his Feature spot.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
6/12/2018
 Nina Lesiga , from Connecticut, tells true-life stories about uncommon adventures. Four years ago she reinvented herself as a performing artist after a 30-year career as a chemist, following a life-changing event in 2014: finding a message in a Coke bottle. Intrigued? You should be!
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
6/19/2018
 Ken Green produces & hosts Story Club Boston, at the Milky Way Lounge in JP. He is a former newspaper sports writer, playwrite, author of "bad performance poetry", and tells stories that are monuments to bad decisions and general awkwardness. A native of Chicago he is still a loyal White Sox fan. "Sorry."
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

6/26/2018
 Joe Pagliuca steps in for a rescheduled Martha Reed Johnson, with "The Ballad of Yellow Joe". What happens when your Liver is failing and you don't even Drink? You go from healthy & happy to yellow & quite Blue. It's a harrowing tale told the only way "Big Joe" knows how - slightly off-kilter & full of laughs.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
    



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