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29 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling


            Archive of Past Features: Jul-Sep 2019       
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7/2/2019
 Holiday -- Closed We will be closed for the holiday. Enjoy the run-up to the Fourth of July, and have a safe and happy Holiday. See you next week!
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7/9/2019
 Joe Pagliuca "Big Joe" presents “Tales of a 4th Grade Something” – from his adventures in the 4th grade. Hear about crazy friends, to dealing with bullies to dealing with the greatest threat to his existence, his 4th grade teacher. The tales will delight and amaze and most of all make you laugh.
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7/16/2019
 Open Telling with a relaxed time limit. Try your new story, or spin us an old favorite. By all means come and join us for tales of Holidays, and vacations gone wrong (or just right), and days gone by.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

7/23/2019
 Open Telling (again!) with a relaxed time limit. Our lovely Feature melted from the heat in her crumbling Tenement (no A/C, alas). Have a new story? Want to do an Improv? Now's your chance - be brave and join us to tell your tales.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
7/30/2019
 Tamara Safford is an artist, teacher, storyteller, greeting card designer, amd children's book illustrator. Her stories are both clever and constructed with an artist's eye. You will enjoy what she does.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
8/6/2019
 PENNY POST has been telling stories for 30 years: fairy & folktales, history & myths. Stories of courage, of wisdom, of foolishness. With her voice and body language, Penny will draw you in to worlds and characters ranging from Ireland to India, from America to Asia.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  

8/13/2019
 Jannelle Codianni is an award winning storyteller fiercely passionate about empowerment, connection, and compassion. She serves as Executive Director for atac, a performing and visual arts venue, where she can often be found developing programming and plumbing for funding.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
8/20/2019
 Jennifer Rawlings is a Documentary Filmmaker, Performer, Comedian, and Keynote Speaker. Her solo show, "I Only Smoke In War Zones", seamlessly weaves together stories of her travels to war-torn countries and her family life. This is a don't-miss chance to hear a "21st Century Changemaker" and keen advocate for Peace.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis
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8/27/2019
 Usha Venkatraman Visiting from India! Fearless princesses, a beautiful cockroach with a street smart granny, and wonderfully quirky kings and queens - this is the world of Usha Venkatraman, Mumbai's award winning & leading storyteller (and self-taught puppeteer) for over 23 years.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

9/3/2019
 Jackson Gillman The Stand-up Chameleon will display his penchant for shapeshifting while performing his songs and stories, including some familiar classics which have been twisted, fractured and bent. This will be Jackson’s first time here after appearances at all our previous locations.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
9/10/2019
 Khalafalla Osman Khalafalla Osman is a storyteller, poet, law student, and chaplain at Northeastern University. Khalafalla will give you a glimpse in the life of a young Muslim, American-born, with roots deeply connection to Sudan.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
9/17/2019
 Adah Hetko is a singer, songwriter and storyteller, who has performed at the Flurry Festival, the Clearwater Festival, KlezKanada and more. Adah will present stories interwoven with Yiddish songs both old and new.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

9/24/2019
 CLAIRE BEETLESTONE Any war is brutal, but civil wars are the cruelest. Yet, life must continue wounded: daily tasks to ensure food and shelter must go on, and moments of joy, however fleeting, are cherished. These are the stories of a few people during the Nigerian Civil War or Biafran Conflict.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
    



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