Saturday, March 18, 2017 6PM
“Stories of Transformation”
An Outdoor Concert of Storytelling
Celebrating Spring and World Storytelling Day!
BoonGarden, Avondale Arizona.
Find it on FACEBOOK here. https://www.facebook.com/events/112326249281303/
Are things as they always appear? If something is something, can it be another something? Do my eyes deceive me? Does the first bite give you the whole taste? Can “they” bring you down or can you rise above? Using world folktales, fables and a smattering of personal stories, our team of local and world-class storytellers gives you something to think about this World Storytelling Day, all with Spring just around the corner. Discussion with Q&A follows.
StoryRise is a 90-minute fringe-theater, house-concert style performance and discussion. Join us for this outdoor event in a working garden. Suggested donation is $8. Your donation offsets costs for storytellers and for the Boon Garden expenses. Thanks in advance.
Event is outdoors in a working garden. Bring on the sensible shoes. Dress for Arizona Spring, right?
Refreshments available for purchase.
Here’s the Map. Take the i-10 freeway to Litchfield Road. Go South on Litchfield to WESTERN Ave. Western Ave is about 1/4 mile north of Buckeye. Western Ave has a traffic light. Turn EAST onto Western Ave. Boon Garden is at 214 W Western, so north side of the road, in a white building.
PARKING: Think downtown parking. So there are a variety of lots around and some on-street parking. Look for lots at CAREFirst Center just around the corner to the west and a gravel-field parking next to auto-shop (just to the east) in the same building as the check-cashing location. Please don’t block anyone’s gates. We invite you to carpool with others.
Four Unique Interpretations on the Same Well-Known Fairytale Type!
Friday, March 21, 2014 7PM
Homewood Suites Hotel, Avondale, Arizona
Tickets and Information at: www.arizonastorytelling.com
One Story, Many Voices
Take four unique storytellers with diverse backgrounds and with local, national and international experience in telling stories. Turn them loose to each tackle the same “you only think you know it” fairytale type. Let it blend and percolate and you’ll get the “One Story, Many Voices” evening of right-there-in-front-of-you storytelling. Discussion and conversation follows after the concert.
Come for fun and learning in an entertaining evening.
Students! Come see what you can learn about storytelling as an art form.
Teachers! Be inspired as you watch the ordinary become new again and find application for your classrooms.
Storytellers! Join the discussion afterwards to look at how you might use this process for fresh new ideas of your own.
Following the great performances, a discussion will be held between tellers and audience. Let’s explore some stories!
Get your tickets at http://arizonastorytelling.com/
StoryRise is back on October 26. Join us for our next brown-bag style concert!
Professional storytellers with international experience descend on Avondale for some stories of the, ummm, “season” here at the end of October. This event is not for the kiddies- so leave the bunny-slipper crowd at home. Come and let the stories mess with your mind. . .just a little bit. One-hour presentation in a lunchtime brown-bag format. Bring your lunch if you’d like.
Friday, October 26, 2012 12Noon
525 N. Central (Avondale, AZ)
(South of Van Buren between Litchfield and Dysart Roads)
This month’s featured storytellers:
Pro storyteller since 1986, biz coach, artist-marketing consultant who travels internationally with stories for your life & biz, your soul & head. Classic tales preferred and performed.
Professional storyteller well-travelled throughout Ireland and Europe all the while maintaining her roots right here in Arizona. A storyteller with a diverse repertoire, all the way from the smallest of kids to the most amazed adults. Sandy is the type of storyteller who makes you laugh out loud, yet her message reaches deep into the soul. She can be profound and profoundly funny at the same time.
Here’s another free podcast for you. From our live StoryRise event in December 2009, storyteller Liz Warren shares with you the folktale of “The Month Brothers.” You can listen now in .mp3 by clicking this link. Liz is also the director of the South Mountain Community College Storytelling Institute in Phoenix, Arizona.