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32 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling

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 Judith Black , a pillar of the Storytelling community, and founding member of Sustainable Marblehead, shares environmental stories and tales of Climate Change.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Howard Lieberman This former Brooklynite, now based in Minnesota, presents the first peek of a new show he's planning to tour nationally (once it's safe to do so). In “HOW DO YOU SEE ME”, Identity and Stereotype attempt to work out their differences. Intrigued? We are too!
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 Andy Davis is tall and shaggy - or rather, his stories are. He's beaming in from his home in the NH White Mountains with offerings from the Decameron, Irish folklore and second-hand accounts of his own toddlerhood. Prepare for cast-iron cookware, 14th century clerical headgear, and a reciprocating saw. Yikes!
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  

 Michele Carlo has told stories across the U.S., including the Moth's Mainstage in NYC, RISK!’s live shows and podcast, on NPR, and the WGBH-PBS series “Stories from the Stage.” She is also an actor, podcast host and author of the NYC-set memoir "Fish Out Of Agua". In other words, she's a Ball of Fire!
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprabtis  
 Roopa Mohan will perform "How did they do it?", about both her grandmothers who married young yet became strong and resilient in a patriarchal and traditional society. 'How did they do it?' she asks, as their stories unfold. She is a storyteller and docent for school groups visiting the Asian Art Museum in SF.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
 Anniversary Celebration Our 30th! The Weekly Storytelling series founded by Brother Blue & Ruth Hill in Feb. 1992, now The Story Space, turns 30! We've gone from Cambridge to Somerville to Cyberville! Zoom in and Share Your Mini-Memories & Stories with The Gang of Six. There's no Requested Donation for this Special Night.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

 Alan Kaufman shares snatches of the nearly endless adventures that have earned him the title of ‘a rumor in his own time' with stories drawn from his experiences: Yodeling, fiddling, being chauffeured to a gig by Bob Dylan (!), telephone soliciting, bagels, lox, Death and other fun stuff.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 Selina Eisenberg joins us from Montreal. Host of the Montreal Storytellers Guild & Friends Storytelling Swap online - every other Thursday since the pandemic began - Selina has performed for all ages across Canada and various spots around the world, including the US, Ireland, Israel and, recently, globally on Zoom.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
 Oni Lasana , from Philadelphia, is a performing and teaching artist, musician, spirit-driven poet and story sharer. She presents the prose of Paul Laurence Dunbar and produces and shares her favorite stories and poetry on podcast Aunti Oni Story Village and virtual Story Village Live, with friends, for youth.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  

 Ed Lewis From Sacramento, CA, Ed is a retired preschool teacher/director and early childhood professor who has been sharing stories for children since 1970 throughout the US, Europe, Mexico and Central America. He delights in tall tales and true personal stories - like boating the length of the Amazon River!
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 Marty Levin has for 25 years been telling stories running the full gamut of human experience. He will tell enriching stories of his experience of attending numerous Rainbow Gatherings (communal in nature) and his first experience in a sweat lodge!
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Debra Weller is an experienced early childhood and parenting educator, storytelling coach and creative performance artist who uses oral tradition storytelling, puppets and music to engage her audiences and students. An energetic delight, she will be Zooming with us from St. Augustine, Florida.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  

 Eshu Bumpus joins us to celebrate Two Years of online storytelling. He tells African, African-American, and World folktales infused with music, mystery, and humor. And all with a total mastery of physical characterization. Do not miss him!
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

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