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  • 10:00 AMWomynism Sacred Circle- 1-Day Sexual Healing Retreat
  • Thumb screen shot 2020 01 24 at 10.58.48 am 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Womynism Sacred Circle- 1-Day Sexual Healing Retreat10am-4pmGrounded in Ancestor Audre Lorde's Uses of the Erotic, this one-day sexual healing retreat is designed to center our resiliency.Healing the Erotic Self"Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare."- Ancestor Audre LordeWhat is healing?Healing is continuous and layered. Those layers consist of our emotional, mental, spiritual, sexual, physical, and energetic/cosmic self-our WHOLE Self. The Erotic Self is the totality and integration of all of those layers- the WHOLE Self. The Erotic Self is both relationship with the Self & relationship with others.Grounded in Ancestor Audre Lorde's Uses of the Erotic and centering the lived experience of Black, Brown, & of Color womxn and femmes, this one day sexual healing retreat is designed to center our resiliency & affirm our right to create our own narrative, in addition to, nurture our peace, our pleasure, our protection, and our prosperity. Healing the Erotic Self is about the relationship between mind, body, and breathe. It is somatic (body-based), emotional, spiritual, sexual, mental and energetic/cosmic. Healing is both/and, not either/or. Healing is self-determined and community-supported. Healing does not look the same for melanated people as it is for non-melanated people. Healing is complicated and compassionate. Healing is not always about peace, but the ability to return to peace. Healing is both rest & work. Healing is what you determine your healing to be.Join us to discover:- Eroticism & pleasure- How to heal your erotic energy-How to manage guilt, shame and resentment-How to prioritize your erotic and sexual needs-How to (re-) connect to your body-How to sustain a relationship to pleasure-Understand crystal healingSpace is limited to 20. Register today HEREThe Circle's Facilitators are:Sexologist Jeanae Hopgood-Jones, MFT, M.Ed., Ph.D(c): Jeanae (she/her) is a marriage and family therapist, LBGTQ+ affirming couples and sex therapist/educator and founder of BlackAngelMom.com, a website and practice that addresses the perinatal loss in the Black community and former Sexpert contributor to on the sexuality app, Juicebox. She is a Doctoral Candidate in the program for Human Sexuality Studies at Widener University and is currently working on her dissertation.Sexologist Lisa Swinney: Since 2013, Lisa (she/her) has helped hundreds of folks shift their sex lives from meh to marvelous! As a pleasure-affirming sex-positive sex educator, energy healer, spiritualist, sexual transformation mentor, Lisa uses her gifts & her voice to bring awareness to the masses about the importance of being Black, Queer, Femme and Womxn in all things. Lisa is the curator of AfroMajick.Libre Soledad: Body Affirming Yoga for Sexual HealingSexologist Cindy Lee Alves: Cindy Lee is an award-winning sexologist, educator, and writer with over a decade of experience in facilitating challenging conversations with both adults and young people. She has taught thousands of people on topics including, but not limited to: comprehensive sexuality education, pleasure, gender, and social justice. Cindy Lee joins The Circle to discuss all things about pleasure, liberation, and crystal healing.Sexologist Lena Queen, LCSW, M.Ed.: Lena Queen (she/they), LCSW, M.Ed, a Black Queer womxn, hippie & SistaSexologist, with over 17 years of clinical experience, who is a full-time private practice sex therapist, sex educator, and transformational life coach. Lena is the curator of Womynism Sacred Circle.Space is limited to 20. Register today HERE
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  • 7:30 PMXPN welcomes Leyla McCalla, presented by Crossroads Music
  • Thumb site banner scaled 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM XPN welcomes Leyla McCalla, presented by Crossroads MusicHaitian-American singer and multi-instrumentalist. Founding member of Carolina Chocolate Drops.“Magnificently transparent music holds tidings of family, memory, solitude and the inexorability of time: weighty thoughts handled with the lightest touch imaginable.” – New York Times.BiographyLeyla McCalla finds inspiration from her past and present, whether it is her Haitian heritage, living in New Orleans, dancing at Cajun Mardi Gras, or growing up on the streets in Brooklyn, she — a bi-lingual multi-instrumentalist, cellist and singer — has risen to produce a distinctive sound that reflects the union of her roots and experience.Born in New York City to Haitian emigrant parents, Leyla was immersed in a meld of cultures from an early age. As a teenager, she relocated to Accra, Ghana for two years before returning to the States to study cello performance and chamber music at NYU. Armed with Bach’s Cello Suites, Leyla left New York to play cello on the streets of the French Quarter in New Orleans. Singing in French, Haitian Creole, and English, and playing cello, tenor banjo and guitar, her move allowed her to connect more viscerally to historical Haitian Creole resilience and musical expression. She rose to fame during her two years as cellist of the Grammy award-winning African-American string band, the Carolina Chocolate Drops, alongside bandmates Rhiannon Giddens and Dom Flemons, before leaving the group in 2013 to pursue her solo career.Deeply influenced by traditional Creole, Cajun and Haitian music, as well as by American jazz and folk, Leyla’s music is at once earthy, elegant, soulful and witty — it vibrates with three centuries of history, yet also feels strikingly fresh, distinctive and contemporary. Leyla’s debut album, Vari-Colored Songs: A Tribute to Langston Hughes, was named 2013’s Album of the Year by the London Sunday Times and Songlines for its haunting mixture of music and message.Her album, A Day For The Hunter, A Day For The Prey (2016), continued to explore themes of social justice, and included guests Rhiannon Giddens, Marc Ribot, Louis Michot of Lost Bayou Ramblers and others. Through deeply felt originals and interpretations of traditional songs, the album depicts a diverse American experience and Leyla’s struggles with and acceptance of her own cultural identity2019 saw the release of Leyla’s third solo album, The Capitalist Blues. With this record, Leyla processed the current political environment in her own way, by sonically blending New Orleans cajun, zydeco and Haitian jazz, with lyrics sung in English, French and Haitian Creole. The album “imaginatively maps her vision of the Afro-Caribbean diaspora while gently taking Anglocentricism (and capitalism) down a notch,” said NPR. “She’s partly in the moment and partly looking beyond it, and seeing truths that we’ve missed.”Following her solo release came widely-acclaimed collaborative project, Songs of Our Native Daughters (Rhiannon Giddens, Amythyst Kiah, Leyla McCalla, and Allison Russell), via Smithsonian Folkways. The album pulled influence from past sources to create a reinvented slave narrative, confronting sanitized views about America’s history of slavery, racism, and misogyny from a powerful, modern black female perspective.Leyla’s current project, Breaking the Thermometer to Hide the Fever, tells the legacy of Radio Haiti, Haiti’s first privately owned Creole-speaking radio station, and the assassination of its owner through Leyla’s own Haitian-American lens. The multidisciplinary performance is set to her own original compositions and arrangements of traditional Haitian songs and is set to premiere next March at Duke University.Leyla’s work unearthing history and musical tradition, combined with her knowledge of cultural hybridization and her own identity as a Haitian-American has given her an entirely unique voice & perspective. Her music reflects her eclectic and diverse life experiences, projecting a respect for eloquent simplicity that is rarely achieved.Ticket prices vary; advance tickets can be purchased HERE
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  • 1:00 PMQT Noir Arts Festival 2020
  • Thumb 82918423 1471390056368972 1226125429711044608 n 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM Guess who's back? QT's back!1pm-6pm Feb 8 and 9The QT Noir Arts Festival is back! In observance of Black History + Futures Month, the festival celebrates the brilliance and talent of Black LGBTQI+ artists and performers, with a focus on individuals in the Greater Philadelphia Area.As always, the festival is 100% free and open to the public, but please reserve your tickets in advance at the Brown Paper Tickets link. The fest is a sober space. This year, both days of the festival open with free brunch for the community before jumping straight into the performances. There will also be a free hot drink station, free water, free snacks, and free Wawa iced teas and fruit drinks!February 8th lineup:EllyänaLucy Lucas ValentineRonnie BeeRayla MeshawnMarcus BortonMae RoseLunaFebruary 9th lineup:Osimiri SprowalKristian SumnerGen EdJennifer TurnbullNolwazi MoniqueVynce Vindetta EssinceDJ Dame Luz on the 1s and 2s both days. We are honored to have Fatties in a Taxi, Latti and Shak, here as MCs for the festival this year!Vending artists include: Kara MshindaAqil RogersJoe HattonGrrlblkMae RoseDeej McCoy MamakitDoriana Diazand more...Live art by:Darrell Ann Gane-McCallaHazel EdwardsFree* tarot readings by:Tahnee JacksonFree* makeup sessions with:Toine Tee (only on February 9th)The festival is funded in part by an Art and Change from the Leeway Foundation, with in-kind donations from The Wawa Foundation! Leeway Foundation and Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation will be present to answer artist's questions about funding opportunities as well.Tabling organizations also include:Tessera Arts CollectiveLGBT Center of Central PAIn conjunction with the QT Noir Arts Festival, Osimiri Sprowal will have a solo exhibition on display at 40th Street AIR Gallery (4007 Chestnut Street, first floor) for the month of February. Make sure you stop by the gallery during the festival to check out the art! This exhibition is supported by a generous grant from the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund.*free tarot readings and makeup sessions are limited and on a first-come first-serve basis.As always, the festival is 100% free and open to the public, but please reserve your tickets in advance HERE
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  • 1:00 PMQT Noir Arts Festival 2020
  • Thumb 82918423 1471390056368972 1226125429711044608 n 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM Guess who's back? QT's back!1pm-6pm Feb 8 and 9The QT Noir Arts Festival is back! In observance of Black History + Futures Month, the festival celebrates the brilliance and talent of Black LGBTQI+ artists and performers, with a focus on individuals in the Greater Philadelphia Area.As always, the festival is 100% free and open to the public, but please reserve your tickets in advance at the Brown Paper Tickets link. The fest is a sober space. This year, both days of the festival open with free brunch for the community before jumping straight into the performances. There will also be a free hot drink station, free water, free snacks, and free Wawa iced teas and fruit drinks!February 8th lineup:EllyänaLucy Lucas ValentineRonnie BeeRayla MeshawnMarcus BortonMae RoseLunaFebruary 9th lineup:Osimiri SprowalKristian SumnerGen EdJennifer TurnbullNolwazi MoniqueVynce Vindetta EssinceDJ Dame Luz on the 1s and 2s both days. We are honored to have Fatties in a Taxi, Latti and Shak, here as MCs for the festival this year!Vending artists include: Kara MshindaAqil RogersJoe HattonGrrlblkMae RoseDeej McCoy MamakitDoriana Diazand more...Live art by:Darrell Ann Gane-McCallaHazel EdwardsFree* tarot readings by:Tahnee JacksonFree* makeup sessions with:Toine Tee (only on February 9th)The festival is funded in part by an Art and Change from the Leeway Foundation, with in-kind donations from The Wawa Foundation! Leeway Foundation and Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation will be present to answer artist's questions about funding opportunities as well.Tabling organizations also include:Tessera Arts CollectiveLGBT Center of Central PAIn conjunction with the QT Noir Arts Festival, Osimiri Sprowal will have a solo exhibition on display at 40th Street AIR Gallery (4007 Chestnut Street, first floor) for the month of February. Make sure you stop by the gallery during the festival to check out the art! This exhibition is supported by a generous grant from the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund.*free tarot readings and makeup sessions are limited and on a first-come first-serve basis.As always, the festival is 100% free and open to the public, but please reserve your tickets in advance HERE
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  • 6:00 PMFREE workshop! Vision Driven pres. Introduction to Arts Grants
  • Thumb 72393600 1824924227651465 8886142113989787648 n 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Vision Driven Artists presentsIntroduction to Arts GrantsOur most popular workshop!- Demystify the language and process behind grant writing- Learn how to find and submit grants - Read actual grant proposals to learn common mistakes and important proposal componentsAdmission is FREE and no registration is required. Light refreshments provided.
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  • 7:00 PMPDC pres. A Thin Line Between Love & Hate
  • Thumb 76184374 10157821165558966 7997167313457512448 n 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC) presents A Thin Line Between Love & HateA Thin Line Between Love & Hate is the PDC's second #PhillyTheatreWeek showcase. There *is* a thin line between love & hate - we've all walked that tightrope. At The Rotunda, fourteen of #TheatrePhiladelphia's best walk that high wire. They might fall off... Seven 10 minute plays, seven chances to make it across the high wire.February 11th 7PM-8:30PM & February 12th 7PM-8:30PMTickets are $15 and can be purchased HERE #PhillyTheatreWeek #ValentinesDay#TheatrePhiladelphia #theater #theatre#pdc #philadelphiadramatistscenter
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  • 7:00 PMPDC pres. A Thin Line Between Love & Hate
  • Thumb 76184374 10157821165558966 7997167313457512448 n 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Philadelphia Dramatists Center (PDC) presents A Thin Line Between Love & HateA Thin Line Between Love & Hate is the PDC's second #PhillyTheatreWeek showcase. There *is* a thin line between love & hate - we've all walked that tightrope. At The Rotunda, fourteen of #TheatrePhiladelphia's best walk that high wire. They might fall off... Seven 10 minute plays, seven chances to make it across the high wire.February 11th 7PM-8:30PM & February 12th 7PM-8:30PMTickets are $15 and can be purchased HERE #PhillyTheatreWeek #ValentinesDay#TheatrePhiladelphia #theater #theatre#pdc #philadelphiadramatistscenter
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  • 8:00 PMBright Bulb pres. Iranian Double Feature: NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT Persian CATS (2009) & TAXI (2015)
  • Thumb 82840865 138277460972699 1533510913326317568 o 8:00 PM - 11:30 PM Iranian Double Feature: NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT Persian CATS & TAXITHE BRIGHT BULB SCREENING SERIES 2020Free Screenings @ 8pm The Second Thursday of Each MonthTwo from the Iranian “New Wave”(Hosted by Dan Buskirk, WPRB, Fleisher Arts Memorial) NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT PERSIAN CATS (2009, directed by Bahman Ghobadi, 105 minutes, Iran)TAXI (2015, directed by Jafar Panahi, 82 minutes, Iran)Iran's “New Wave” filmmaking movement began in 1964 and has including generational second and third “waves” of intellectually rich and internationally award-winning cinema. This pair of docu-fiction features offer a fascinating look at the state of modern Iran and its people. NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT PERSIAN CATS follows a pair of dream pop musicians as they seek to put together a band from Iran's underground music scene. TAXI shows Iran's banned filmmaker Panahi as he seemingly creates a film out of nothing while conversing with passengers in his Tehran taxi. “TAXI is not an act of sadness but of joy-and not the joy of a good meal or getting a deal on an automobile. This is a humanist's joy.” - Charles Mudede (The Stranger, Seattle)(re: NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT PERSIAN CATS ) “Stubborn, high-spirited and carefully calculated rebellion is Mr. Ghobadi's subject, and also the prevailing ethic of his film.” - A.O. Scott, The New York TimesAdmission is FREE
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  • 8:00 PMCraig Liggeons Presents MY LIFE IN 19inches, one man comedy show
  • Thumb 81873080 2368431950130194 7541016772732780544 n 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Craig Liggeons Presents MY LIFE IN 19inchesMY LIFE IN 19inches is Craig Liggeons' One-Man show about one man's love of television, spanning 45 years in the life of a TV addict. The show begins on a Saturday morning in 1973 and travels through the 80's, 90's, 00's, and right up to today. It will take you back to a time when TV was just 3 channels and an antenna! And bring you forward to a time where there's 2000 channels and nothing on!Advanced tickets are $10 and can be purchased HERE. Tickets at the door are $15 (cash only)
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  • 8:00 PMIndrajit Roy-Chowdhury on sitar and Mir Naqibul Islam on tabla
  • Thumb 79175150 10157540530433400 6014745748338376704 n 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM Fire Museum PresentsIndrajit Roy-Chowdhury is a disciple of the sitar maestro Pandit Subroto Roy-Chowdhury. Groomed in the Veen-kar style of the Senia Gharana, which maintains the Dhrupadi origins of Indian Classical music, Indrajit strives to innovate while keeping a firm connection with the past. While completing his undergraduate studies at Duke University, Indrajit received the Bennenson Award for the Arts to further his study of Indian Classical music. Since then he has taken the profession of a full-time sitarist and has performed on stages across the world including such prestigious venues as Gyan Mancha (Kolkata), Hammerstein Ballroom (New York), Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.) and has had his concerts telecast by Doordarshan (Indian National Television). During the 2010 Fall semester Indrajit was a visiting faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania and taught the University’s sitar course.Indrajit will be accompanied on tabla by Mir Naqibul Islam: An avid student of Tabla, Mir has trained in the traditional guru-shisya style of Indian Classical music from Pt. Ashoke Paul, disciple of the great tabla guru Pt. Jnan Prakash Ghosh. Now living and working in New York city, he performs regularly with musicians from a wide variety of other genres, bringing tabla to Jazz, Middle-Eastern music and other contexts. By listening, learning and playing with musicians from around the globe, Mir is developing a unique musical aesthetic bringing together the musical influences of traditional Farukhabad style tabla and 21st century New York. Mir have studied with Pt. Gopal Mishra and Pt. Suresh Talwalkar in past and continuing his talim with the great Farukhabad Mastero Pt Anindo Chatterjee.Admission is FREE but donations for the artists are encouraged. More info on this event can be found HERE
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  • 8:00 PMBowerbird presents George Stavis and Elkhorn
  • Thumb gs 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM BowerbirdpresentsGeorge StavisElkhornGeorge Stavis is a singular player, among the finest 5-string banjo players of his generation. Although trained in the traditions of Pete Seeger and Earl Scruggs, in the late 1960s Stavis developed a unique approach to the instrument which expanded it in both popular and exotic directions. His first solo album, Labyrinths, on the Vanguard label, is considered a landmark for improvisational performance (“. . . one of the essential albums, in any genre, of the 1960s.” –Glenn Jones), one that brought the banjo into the “world music” category, with its evocations of jazz, classical and Indian music. Later, Stavis developed the electric banjo, fronting a popular West Coast band, Oganookie, who performed up to 160 nights per year. In the mid-’80s, Stavis released a folk orchestral album, Morning Mood, which featured his long-time collaborator, violinist / fiddler Robert Stern, and included such notables such as Darol Anger and Mike Marshall on violin and mandolin, respectively. Stavis has performed on eight recordings, including four as principal, and has opened for such artists as Richie Havens, Neil Young, the Grateful Dead and Jean-Luc Ponty, as well as performing duets with the another of the banjo’s most notable innovators, the late Bill Keith. His early work has recently been re-released in Italy and the UK, and a recent solo piece can be heard on Imaginational Anthem, Vol. 3 (Tompkins Square). Though he has not been an active performer in recent years, he still plays out from time to time, and recently performed to a rapt audience at the Thousand Incarnations of the Rose Festival of American Primitive Music. Stavis currently lives in Dobbs Ferry, New York.Elkhorn is the musical project of guitarists Jesse Sheppard (Philadelphia) and Drew Gardner (New York City). While the duo frequently collaborates with a wide variety of musicians, their sound is rooted at its core in the interplay of Sheppard’s twelve-string acoustic fingerpicking with Gardner’s electric lead flowing through. The music draws from many sources; including folk, psych, blues, jazz, and world music. “The Storm Sessions,” Elkhorn’s sixth album since forming in 2013, is being released on February 7th by Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records. As Jesse Jarnow writes, the album “is filled with flickering textures that might create warmth on a cold day, or a bubble of human atmosphere inside a dreary dystopian vacuum, no matter the weather outside.”Admission is FREE
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  • 7:00 PMOld-Fashioned Storytelling
  • Thumb 83917614 2480889138827537 1080749174812573696 o 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Chase away the winter blues on Friday, February 28, and Saturday, February 29, at 7 PM.The art of storytelling is alive and well and slated to chase away the winter blues on two very special evenings: Friday, February 28, and Saturday, February 29, at 7 PM, at The Rotunda.Admission is free; reservations are recommended. Light refreshments will be served.Hosted by storyteller Denise McCormack, each evening will feature a special guest artist poised to showcase this favorite pastime and its rich allure as both an ancient and contemporary art form.On Friday, February 28, internationally acclaimed storyteller Ed Stivender will regale all with his wit, charm, and stalwart stories, while on Saturday, February 29, Ingrid Bohn, a favorite regional teller, will delight with a lively fare of uniquely-spun traditional tales. Each performer is a member and supporter of the Patchwork Storytelling Guild in Philadelphia.There will also be a few surprises with opportunities for others to tell a tale.For more information, or to participate as a teller, contact Denise McCormack @ 609-807-8238 or info@patchworkstorytelling.org .About Our TellersED STIVENDER has won international renown for his witty and original renditions of traditional and classic tales, and has been called “the RobinWilliams of storytelling” by the Miami Herald and “a Catholic Garrison Keillor” by Kirkus Review.Ed has entertained audiences of all ages around the country since prior to 1980. The author of Raised Catholic (Can You Tell?), and seven spoken word albums, he is the winner of the Circle of Excellence Storytelling Award and several prizes in the Philadelphia Mummers’ Parade. For more information, go to: http://edstivender.com/INGRID BOHN has entertained people in story and song for more than 30 years, bringing traditional folktales, fairy tales, and literary stories from all over the world to life with multifaceted characters whose unique personalities aid in social and cultural understanding. Her Interactive Theater and Storytelling style offers something for everyone. In addition to her own performance work, Ingrid is a stalwart supporter of the art of storytelling via her rigorous involvement with a number of regional storytelling organizations, including member of the board and treasurer of the Patchwork Storytelling Guild in Philadelphia. For more information, go to: https://patchworkstorytelling.org/ingrid-bohnDENISE MCCORMACK has been telling professionally for more than a decade, presenting programs throughout the tri-state area--to listeners of all ages and in a multitude of venues-- and is deeply committed to sharing the benefits of storytelling in a broad spectrum of applications from education and community to business, health, and well-being. Among her many roles in storytelling, McCormack is president of the Patchwork Storytelling Guild in Philadelphia, and an active member of various other local and national organizations wherein storytelling plays an integral role. For more information, go to: www.denisemccormack.liveAdmission is FREE; reservations are recommended and can be made HERE. Light refreshments will be served.
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  • 7:00 PMOld-Fashioned Storytelling
  • Thumb storytellingwebsite 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Chase away the winter blues on Friday, February 28, and Saturday, February 29, at 7 PM.The art of storytelling is alive and well and slated to chase away the winter blues on two very special evenings: Friday, February 28, and Saturday, February 29, at 7 PM, at The Rotunda.Admission is free; reservations are recommended. Light refreshments will be served.Hosted by storyteller Denise McCormack, each evening will feature a special guest artist poised to showcase this favorite pastime and its rich allure as both an ancient and contemporary art form.On Friday, February 28, internationally acclaimed storyteller Ed Stivender will regale all with his wit, charm, and stalwart stories, while on Saturday, February 29, Ingrid Bohn, a favorite regional teller, will delight with a lively fare of uniquely-spun traditional tales. Each performer is a member and supporter of the Patchwork Storytelling Guild in Philadelphia.There will also be a few surprises with opportunities for others to tell a tale.For more information, or to participate as a teller, contact Denise McCormack @ 609-807-8238 or info@patchworkstorytelling.org .About Our TellersED STIVENDER has won international renown for his witty and original renditions of traditional and classic tales, and has been called “the RobinWilliams of storytelling” by the Miami Herald and “a Catholic Garrison Keillor” by Kirkus Review.Ed has entertained audiences of all ages around the country since prior to 1980. The author of Raised Catholic (Can You Tell?), and seven spoken word albums, he is the winner of the Circle of Excellence Storytelling Award and several prizes in the Philadelphia Mummers’ Parade. For more information, go to: http://edstivender.com/INGRID BOHN has entertained people in story and song for more than 30 years, bringing traditional folktales, fairy tales, and literary stories from all over the world to life with multifaceted characters whose unique personalities aid in social and cultural understanding. Her Interactive Theater and Storytelling style offers something for everyone. In addition to her own performance work, Ingrid is a stalwart supporter of the art of storytelling via her rigorous involvement with a number of regional storytelling organizations, including member of the board and treasurer of the Patchwork Storytelling Guild in Philadelphia. For more information, go to: https://patchworkstorytelling.org/ingrid-bohnDENISE MCCORMACK has been telling professionally for more than a decade, presenting programs throughout the tri-state area--to listeners of all ages and in a multitude of venues-- and is deeply committed to sharing the benefits of storytelling in a broad spectrum of applications from education and community to business, health, and well-being. Among her many roles in storytelling, McCormack is president of the Patchwork Storytelling Guild in Philadelphia, and an active member of various other local and national organizations wherein storytelling plays an integral role. For more information, go to: www.denisemccormack.liveAdmission is FREE; reservations are recommended and can be made HERE. Light refreshments will be served.
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