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2023 Evening Storytelling Concert Tickets

Both evening storytelling concerts will include open mics, when anyone may tell a story, and stories told by our featured teller Heather Forest on both Friday and Saturday. Both evenings will be appropriate for audiences of middle school ages - adults. Different stories will be told each evening.

A conference registration includes both evening concerts. For those who wish to attend only the evening storytelling concerts, hereís what you need to know:

When?

Friday, Nov. 3, 7:30 - 9:30†

"The Wisdom and Wonder of Folktales" by Heather Forest, plus some Open Mic

Folktales and fables from around the world come to life in the imagination of the listener as Heather Forest spins her tales. Her unique minstrel style of storytelling is a weave of vivid language, original music, and the sung and spoken word. This program, selected from Ms. Forestís award winning books: Wonder Tales from Around the World and Wisdom Tales from Around the World, celebrates stories that contain kernels of homespun wisdom passed down through the oral tradition. Although these stories span time and place and come from cultures around the globe they show us the commonality of human experience.

 

Saturday, Nov. 4, 8:00 - 10:00†

"Tales of Womenfolk" by Heather Forest, plus some Open Mic

This collection of folktales told in song, poetry and prose, features multicultural "sheroes" who, unlike the passive fairytale princesses who wait to be saved by the prince, are courageous and resourceful and embody many diverse facets of strength, from intelligence to wit to physical prowess to undaunted optimism. From comedy to drama, this wide pallet of tales is an entertaining and poignant celebration of contemporary femininity.

Where?

The Corbin Center, 222 Corbin Center Drive, Corbin, KY 40701

 

Cost?

$5.00 per concert - Individual

$10.00 per concert - Family (family = everyone living in same household)

How to purchase?

Youíll be able to purchase your ticket at the Registration Table.

Remember, if you have a Conference registration, your registration includes both evening storytelling concerts.


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