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Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

  • Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center - http://www.andyirwin.com
    May 26-30
    With a manic, Silly Putty voice, astonishing mouth noises, heart-filled stories, and arguably the greatest whistle in the world, Andy Offutt Irwin is equal parts mischievous schoolboy and the Marx Brothers, peppered with a touch of the Southern balladeer. He is particularly known for relating the adventures of his eighty-five year-old Aunt Marguerite Van Camp, MD. Irwin has recorded multiple award-winning CDs, and is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award. “Best known as a storyteller crafting larger-than-life characters with a heavy dose of wacky Southern charm, he’s also an accomplished singer-songwriter. The man’s a master musician with some VERY talented lips. There’s nobody else like him.” – Georgia Music Magazine



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

  • Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center - http://www.andyirwin.com
    May 26-30
    With a manic, Silly Putty voice, astonishing mouth noises, heart-filled stories, and arguably the greatest whistle in the world, Andy Offutt Irwin is equal parts mischievous schoolboy and the Marx Brothers, peppered with a touch of the Southern balladeer. He is particularly known for relating the adventures of his eighty-five year-old Aunt Marguerite Van Camp, MD. Irwin has recorded multiple award-winning CDs, and is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award. “Best known as a storyteller crafting larger-than-life characters with a heavy dose of wacky Southern charm, he’s also an accomplished singer-songwriter. The man’s a master musician with some VERY talented lips. There’s nobody else like him.” – Georgia Music Magazine



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, May 28th, 2015

  • Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center - http://www.andyirwin.com
    May 26-30
    With a manic, Silly Putty voice, astonishing mouth noises, heart-filled stories, and arguably the greatest whistle in the world, Andy Offutt Irwin is equal parts mischievous schoolboy and the Marx Brothers, peppered with a touch of the Southern balladeer. He is particularly known for relating the adventures of his eighty-five year-old Aunt Marguerite Van Camp, MD. Irwin has recorded multiple award-winning CDs, and is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award. “Best known as a storyteller crafting larger-than-life characters with a heavy dose of wacky Southern charm, he’s also an accomplished singer-songwriter. The man’s a master musician with some VERY talented lips. There’s nobody else like him.” – Georgia Music Magazine



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Friday, May 29th, 2015

  • Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center - http://www.andyirwin.com
    May 26-30
    With a manic, Silly Putty voice, astonishing mouth noises, heart-filled stories, and arguably the greatest whistle in the world, Andy Offutt Irwin is equal parts mischievous schoolboy and the Marx Brothers, peppered with a touch of the Southern balladeer. He is particularly known for relating the adventures of his eighty-five year-old Aunt Marguerite Van Camp, MD. Irwin has recorded multiple award-winning CDs, and is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award. “Best known as a storyteller crafting larger-than-life characters with a heavy dose of wacky Southern charm, he’s also an accomplished singer-songwriter. The man’s a master musician with some VERY talented lips. There’s nobody else like him.” – Georgia Music Magazine



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, May 30th, 2015

  • Children's Storytelling Concert with Andy Offutt Irwin | 10:30am - 11:15am | Kids, Storytelling
    Children's Storytelling Concert with Andy Offutt Irwin - http://www.andyirwin.com
    With a manic, Silly Putty voice, astonishing mouth noises, heart-filled stories, and arguably the greatest whistle in the world, Andy Offutt Irwin is equal parts mischievous schoolboy and the Marx Brothers, peppered with a touch of the Southern balladeer. He is particularly known for relating the adventures of his eighty-five year-old Aunt Marguerite Van Camp, MD. Irwin has recorded multiple award-winning CDs, and is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award. “Best known as a storyteller crafting larger-than-life characters with a heavy dose of wacky Southern charm, he’s also an accomplished singer-songwriter. The man’s a master musician with some VERY talented lips. There’s nobody else like him.” – Georgia Music Magazine


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    Contact: Marianne Huff. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
  • Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Andy Offutt Irwin as Teller-in-Residence - International Storytelling Center - http://www.andyirwin.com
    May 26-30
    With a manic, Silly Putty voice, astonishing mouth noises, heart-filled stories, and arguably the greatest whistle in the world, Andy Offutt Irwin is equal parts mischievous schoolboy and the Marx Brothers, peppered with a touch of the Southern balladeer. He is particularly known for relating the adventures of his eighty-five year-old Aunt Marguerite Van Camp, MD. Irwin has recorded multiple award-winning CDs, and is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award. “Best known as a storyteller crafting larger-than-life characters with a heavy dose of wacky Southern charm, he’s also an accomplished singer-songwriter. The man’s a master musician with some VERY talented lips. There’s nobody else like him.” – Georgia Music Magazine



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015

  • Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.campstreetcafe.com
    June 2-6
    With a lifelong interest in the history of the West and its music, Pipp Gillette plays traditional cowboy music on guitar, banjo, harmonica and bones. He has performed across the U.S. and abroad, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the Cowboy Poetry Gathering, and tours in England and Japan. As the Gillette Brothers, Pipp and his late brother Guy recorded eight albums of traditional cowboy music and were recipients of the Western Heritage Wrangler Award for Best Traditional Album of 2010 as well as the 2012 Wrangler Award for Outstanding Original Western Composition. Gillette lives in Texas, where he runs a live music venue, the Camp Street Café and raises cattle on the family ranch started in 1912. “It’s rare to get to hear such a quality performance with so many layers.” – A.W. Perry Homestead Museum


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

  • Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.campstreetcafe.com
    June 2-6
    With a lifelong interest in the history of the West and its music, Pipp Gillette plays traditional cowboy music on guitar, banjo, harmonica and bones. He has performed across the U.S. and abroad, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the Cowboy Poetry Gathering, and tours in England and Japan. As the Gillette Brothers, Pipp and his late brother Guy recorded eight albums of traditional cowboy music and were recipients of the Western Heritage Wrangler Award for Best Traditional Album of 2010 as well as the 2012 Wrangler Award for Outstanding Original Western Composition. Gillette lives in Texas, where he runs a live music venue, the Camp Street Café and raises cattle on the family ranch started in 1912. “It’s rare to get to hear such a quality performance with so many layers.” – A.W. Perry Homestead Museum


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, June 4th, 2015

  • Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.campstreetcafe.com
    June 2-6
    With a lifelong interest in the history of the West and its music, Pipp Gillette plays traditional cowboy music on guitar, banjo, harmonica and bones. He has performed across the U.S. and abroad, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the Cowboy Poetry Gathering, and tours in England and Japan. As the Gillette Brothers, Pipp and his late brother Guy recorded eight albums of traditional cowboy music and were recipients of the Western Heritage Wrangler Award for Best Traditional Album of 2010 as well as the 2012 Wrangler Award for Outstanding Original Western Composition. Gillette lives in Texas, where he runs a live music venue, the Camp Street Café and raises cattle on the family ranch started in 1912. “It’s rare to get to hear such a quality performance with so many layers.” – A.W. Perry Homestead Museum


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Friday, June 5th, 2015

  • Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.campstreetcafe.com
    June 2-6
    With a lifelong interest in the history of the West and its music, Pipp Gillette plays traditional cowboy music on guitar, banjo, harmonica and bones. He has performed across the U.S. and abroad, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the Cowboy Poetry Gathering, and tours in England and Japan. As the Gillette Brothers, Pipp and his late brother Guy recorded eight albums of traditional cowboy music and were recipients of the Western Heritage Wrangler Award for Best Traditional Album of 2010 as well as the 2012 Wrangler Award for Outstanding Original Western Composition. Gillette lives in Texas, where he runs a live music venue, the Camp Street Café and raises cattle on the family ranch started in 1912. “It’s rare to get to hear such a quality performance with so many layers.” – A.W. Perry Homestead Museum


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, June 6th, 2015

  • Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Pipp Gillette as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.campstreetcafe.com
    June 2-6
    With a lifelong interest in the history of the West and its music, Pipp Gillette plays traditional cowboy music on guitar, banjo, harmonica and bones. He has performed across the U.S. and abroad, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the Cowboy Poetry Gathering, and tours in England and Japan. As the Gillette Brothers, Pipp and his late brother Guy recorded eight albums of traditional cowboy music and were recipients of the Western Heritage Wrangler Award for Best Traditional Album of 2010 as well as the 2012 Wrangler Award for Outstanding Original Western Composition. Gillette lives in Texas, where he runs a live music venue, the Camp Street Café and raises cattle on the family ranch started in 1912. “It’s rare to get to hear such a quality performance with so many layers.” – A.W. Perry Homestead Museum


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
  • SBK's First Annual Mardi Growl | Evening | Charity, Fundraiser, animal shelter, craft beer, party, mardi gras
    SBK's First Annual Mardi Growl - Proudly hosted by Holston River Brewing Co., SBK is holding their first annual Mardi Growl party featuring Benny Wilson. Dress in your wildest Mardi Gras outfit and enter our costume contest.

    Tickets on sale now! $20 gets you a tshirt, your first beer, and entry into our door prizes. You could win a 2 night stay in a luxury lodge in Gatlinburg for you and 50 friends.

    Contact: Becky Birdwell. Phone: 423.247.1671. BECKY@SBKANIMALS.ORG

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

  • Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - Since first appearing at the National Storytelling Festival in 1980, Ed Stivender has toured the world presenting his one-man shows in Austria, Ireland, New Zealand, Indonesia, and in festivals across the U.S. Best known for his witty improvisations and original interpretations of classic material, he engages his audience in a participatory dance of wisdom, whimsy and surprise.
    The author of two books of coming-of-age stories, his writing has appeared in Reader’s Digest, Catholic Digest, and Chicken Soup for the Romantic Soul. Stivender, an NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, is also an award-winning Philadelphia Mummer.
    “The Robin Williams of Storytelling.” —Miami Herald


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

  • Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - Since first appearing at the National Storytelling Festival in 1980, Ed Stivender has toured the world presenting his one-man shows in Austria, Ireland, New Zealand, Indonesia, and in festivals across the U.S. Best known for his witty improvisations and original interpretations of classic material, he engages his audience in a participatory dance of wisdom, whimsy and surprise.
    The author of two books of coming-of-age stories, his writing has appeared in Reader’s Digest, Catholic Digest, and Chicken Soup for the Romantic Soul. Stivender, an NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, is also an award-winning Philadelphia Mummer.
    “The Robin Williams of Storytelling.” —Miami Herald


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

  • Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - Since first appearing at the National Storytelling Festival in 1980, Ed Stivender has toured the world presenting his one-man shows in Austria, Ireland, New Zealand, Indonesia, and in festivals across the U.S. Best known for his witty improvisations and original interpretations of classic material, he engages his audience in a participatory dance of wisdom, whimsy and surprise.
    The author of two books of coming-of-age stories, his writing has appeared in Reader’s Digest, Catholic Digest, and Chicken Soup for the Romantic Soul. Stivender, an NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, is also an award-winning Philadelphia Mummer.
    “The Robin Williams of Storytelling.” —Miami Herald


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Friday, June 12th, 2015

  • Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - Since first appearing at the National Storytelling Festival in 1980, Ed Stivender has toured the world presenting his one-man shows in Austria, Ireland, New Zealand, Indonesia, and in festivals across the U.S. Best known for his witty improvisations and original interpretations of classic material, he engages his audience in a participatory dance of wisdom, whimsy and surprise.
    The author of two books of coming-of-age stories, his writing has appeared in Reader’s Digest, Catholic Digest, and Chicken Soup for the Romantic Soul. Stivender, an NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, is also an award-winning Philadelphia Mummer.
    “The Robin Williams of Storytelling.” —Miami Herald


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, June 13th, 2015

  • Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Ed Stivender as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - Since first appearing at the National Storytelling Festival in 1980, Ed Stivender has toured the world presenting his one-man shows in Austria, Ireland, New Zealand, Indonesia, and in festivals across the U.S. Best known for his witty improvisations and original interpretations of classic material, he engages his audience in a participatory dance of wisdom, whimsy and surprise.
    The author of two books of coming-of-age stories, his writing has appeared in Reader’s Digest, Catholic Digest, and Chicken Soup for the Romantic Soul. Stivender, an NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, is also an award-winning Philadelphia Mummer.
    “The Robin Williams of Storytelling.” —Miami Herald


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

  • Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.katecampbell.com
    June 16-20
    As the daughter of a Mississippi Baptist preacher, Kate Campbell’s formative years were spent in the very core of the civil rights movement of the ‘60s, and the indelible experiences of those years have shaped her heart, character, and convictions. Campbell’s endearing clear-water vocal delivery and easy command of a full range of American music styles have earned her critical acclaim, and her eloquent gift for storytelling has drawn repeated comparison to such bastions of the Southern writing tradition as Flannery O’Connor and Eudora Welty. Her appearances span the U.S. and abroad, including the Cambridge Folk Festival, and she’s been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered. “You need this woman’s music in your life.” – Music Row Magazine


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

  • Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.katecampbell.com
    June 16-20
    As the daughter of a Mississippi Baptist preacher, Kate Campbell’s formative years were spent in the very core of the civil rights movement of the ‘60s, and the indelible experiences of those years have shaped her heart, character, and convictions. Campbell’s endearing clear-water vocal delivery and easy command of a full range of American music styles have earned her critical acclaim, and her eloquent gift for storytelling has drawn repeated comparison to such bastions of the Southern writing tradition as Flannery O’Connor and Eudora Welty. Her appearances span the U.S. and abroad, including the Cambridge Folk Festival, and she’s been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered. “You need this woman’s music in your life.” – Music Row Magazine


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

  • Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.katecampbell.com
    June 16-20
    As the daughter of a Mississippi Baptist preacher, Kate Campbell’s formative years were spent in the very core of the civil rights movement of the ‘60s, and the indelible experiences of those years have shaped her heart, character, and convictions. Campbell’s endearing clear-water vocal delivery and easy command of a full range of American music styles have earned her critical acclaim, and her eloquent gift for storytelling has drawn repeated comparison to such bastions of the Southern writing tradition as Flannery O’Connor and Eudora Welty. Her appearances span the U.S. and abroad, including the Cambridge Folk Festival, and she’s been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered. “You need this woman’s music in your life.” – Music Row Magazine


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Friday, June 19th, 2015

  • Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.katecampbell.com
    June 16-20
    As the daughter of a Mississippi Baptist preacher, Kate Campbell’s formative years were spent in the very core of the civil rights movement of the ‘60s, and the indelible experiences of those years have shaped her heart, character, and convictions. Campbell’s endearing clear-water vocal delivery and easy command of a full range of American music styles have earned her critical acclaim, and her eloquent gift for storytelling has drawn repeated comparison to such bastions of the Southern writing tradition as Flannery O’Connor and Eudora Welty. Her appearances span the U.S. and abroad, including the Cambridge Folk Festival, and she’s been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered. “You need this woman’s music in your life.” – Music Row Magazine


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, June 20th, 2015

  • Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Kate Campbell as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.katecampbell.com
    June 16-20
    As the daughter of a Mississippi Baptist preacher, Kate Campbell’s formative years were spent in the very core of the civil rights movement of the ‘60s, and the indelible experiences of those years have shaped her heart, character, and convictions. Campbell’s endearing clear-water vocal delivery and easy command of a full range of American music styles have earned her critical acclaim, and her eloquent gift for storytelling has drawn repeated comparison to such bastions of the Southern writing tradition as Flannery O’Connor and Eudora Welty. Her appearances span the U.S. and abroad, including the Cambridge Folk Festival, and she’s been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered. “You need this woman’s music in your life.” – Music Row Magazine


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

  • Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.BethHorner.com
    June 23-27
    Noted for her spirited stage presence, comic sensibility and warm, energetic style, Beth Horner is a vivacious talent dedicated to providing an entertaining and empowering experience for her listeners, young and old. Her stories are renowned for their high comedy and stunning drama: from her hysterical, childhood farmyard escapades to eerie folktales of her native Missouri, side-splitting spoofs of romance novels, and hysterical epics of life’s escapades! An NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, Horner has performed in venues across the U.S. including on Live from National Geographic. She most recently worked with NASA where she collected the stories of scientists behind the Apollo Space Missions. “Horner’s timing and delivery are so moving and funny that her performance is akin to great stand-up comedy.” – Bulletin Storytelling Review



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

  • Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.BethHorner.com
    June 23-27
    Noted for her spirited stage presence, comic sensibility and warm, energetic style, Beth Horner is a vivacious talent dedicated to providing an entertaining and empowering experience for her listeners, young and old. Her stories are renowned for their high comedy and stunning drama: from her hysterical, childhood farmyard escapades to eerie folktales of her native Missouri, side-splitting spoofs of romance novels, and hysterical epics of life’s escapades! An NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, Horner has performed in venues across the U.S. including on Live from National Geographic. She most recently worked with NASA where she collected the stories of scientists behind the Apollo Space Missions. “Horner’s timing and delivery are so moving and funny that her performance is akin to great stand-up comedy.” – Bulletin Storytelling Review



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, June 25th, 2015

  • Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.BethHorner.com
    June 23-27
    Noted for her spirited stage presence, comic sensibility and warm, energetic style, Beth Horner is a vivacious talent dedicated to providing an entertaining and empowering experience for her listeners, young and old. Her stories are renowned for their high comedy and stunning drama: from her hysterical, childhood farmyard escapades to eerie folktales of her native Missouri, side-splitting spoofs of romance novels, and hysterical epics of life’s escapades! An NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, Horner has performed in venues across the U.S. including on Live from National Geographic. She most recently worked with NASA where she collected the stories of scientists behind the Apollo Space Missions. “Horner’s timing and delivery are so moving and funny that her performance is akin to great stand-up comedy.” – Bulletin Storytelling Review



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Friday, June 26th, 2015

  • Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.BethHorner.com
    June 23-27
    Noted for her spirited stage presence, comic sensibility and warm, energetic style, Beth Horner is a vivacious talent dedicated to providing an entertaining and empowering experience for her listeners, young and old. Her stories are renowned for their high comedy and stunning drama: from her hysterical, childhood farmyard escapades to eerie folktales of her native Missouri, side-splitting spoofs of romance novels, and hysterical epics of life’s escapades! An NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, Horner has performed in venues across the U.S. including on Live from National Geographic. She most recently worked with NASA where she collected the stories of scientists behind the Apollo Space Missions. “Horner’s timing and delivery are so moving and funny that her performance is akin to great stand-up comedy.” – Bulletin Storytelling Review



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, June 27th, 2015

  • Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Beth Horner as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.BethHorner.com
    June 23-27
    Noted for her spirited stage presence, comic sensibility and warm, energetic style, Beth Horner is a vivacious talent dedicated to providing an entertaining and empowering experience for her listeners, young and old. Her stories are renowned for their high comedy and stunning drama: from her hysterical, childhood farmyard escapades to eerie folktales of her native Missouri, side-splitting spoofs of romance novels, and hysterical epics of life’s escapades! An NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award recipient, Horner has performed in venues across the U.S. including on Live from National Geographic. She most recently worked with NASA where she collected the stories of scientists behind the Apollo Space Missions. “Horner’s timing and delivery are so moving and funny that her performance is akin to great stand-up comedy.” – Bulletin Storytelling Review



    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

  • Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent - http://www.shonaleigh.com
    June 30-July 4
    Shonaleigh is a drut’syla (storyteller) from the Yiddish oral tradition. She has shared her work for the past 17 years across the United Kingdom, Europe and the U.S. She was the UK’s Deputy National Storytelling Laureate from 2010-12, has completed commissions for the British Library, the British Museum and Hay-on-Wye Literature Festival, and is a regular contributor to BBC arts programs. Her 2012 appointment to Artistic Director of Phrase Arts, where she helps promote storytelling within communities, has led to her work with the European Court of Human Rights. “Shonaleigh is in a class of her own!” – Festival at the Edge




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

  • Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent - http://www.shonaleigh.com
    June 30-July 4
    Shonaleigh is a drut’syla (storyteller) from the Yiddish oral tradition. She has shared her work for the past 17 years across the United Kingdom, Europe and the U.S. She was the UK’s Deputy National Storytelling Laureate from 2010-12, has completed commissions for the British Library, the British Museum and Hay-on-Wye Literature Festival, and is a regular contributor to BBC arts programs. Her 2012 appointment to Artistic Director of Phrase Arts, where she helps promote storytelling within communities, has led to her work with the European Court of Human Rights. “Shonaleigh is in a class of her own!” – Festival at the Edge




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

  • Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent - http://www.shonaleigh.com
    June 30-July 4
    Shonaleigh is a drut’syla (storyteller) from the Yiddish oral tradition. She has shared her work for the past 17 years across the United Kingdom, Europe and the U.S. She was the UK’s Deputy National Storytelling Laureate from 2010-12, has completed commissions for the British Library, the British Museum and Hay-on-Wye Literature Festival, and is a regular contributor to BBC arts programs. Her 2012 appointment to Artistic Director of Phrase Arts, where she helps promote storytelling within communities, has led to her work with the European Court of Human Rights. “Shonaleigh is in a class of her own!” – Festival at the Edge




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Friday, July 3rd, 2015

  • Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent - http://www.shonaleigh.com
    June 30-July 4
    Shonaleigh is a drut’syla (storyteller) from the Yiddish oral tradition. She has shared her work for the past 17 years across the United Kingdom, Europe and the U.S. She was the UK’s Deputy National Storytelling Laureate from 2010-12, has completed commissions for the British Library, the British Museum and Hay-on-Wye Literature Festival, and is a regular contributor to BBC arts programs. Her 2012 appointment to Artistic Director of Phrase Arts, where she helps promote storytelling within communities, has led to her work with the European Court of Human Rights. “Shonaleigh is in a class of her own!” – Festival at the Edge




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, July 4th, 2015

  • Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Shonaleigh Cumbers as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Cent - http://www.shonaleigh.com
    June 30-July 4
    Shonaleigh is a drut’syla (storyteller) from the Yiddish oral tradition. She has shared her work for the past 17 years across the United Kingdom, Europe and the U.S. She was the UK’s Deputy National Storytelling Laureate from 2010-12, has completed commissions for the British Library, the British Museum and Hay-on-Wye Literature Festival, and is a regular contributor to BBC arts programs. Her 2012 appointment to Artistic Director of Phrase Arts, where she helps promote storytelling within communities, has led to her work with the European Court of Human Rights. “Shonaleigh is in a class of her own!” – Festival at the Edge




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, July 11th, 2015

  • Children's Storytelling Concert with Won-Ldy Paye | 10:30am - 11:15am | Kids, Storytelling
    Children's Storytelling Concert with Won-Ldy Paye - http://www.wonldypaye.com
    Won-Ldy Paye is from the northeastern rice farming region of Liberia. He is a member of the Tlo Ker Mehn, the class of professional entertainers who are keepers of the oral tradition. Growing up in the rice field, Paye was trained by his grandmother to remember and retell the stories of the Dan people. Paye came to the U.S. in 1983 and is now known as a renowned Liberian artist and performer, an award-winning children’s book author, and an unofficial ambassador for the Liberian culture. He has appeared across the U.S. and abroad, with performances that include his native dance and instruments. “Won-Ldy combines his grandmother’s griot training with his father’s drumming to engage audiences in what he calls simply play.” – Margaret Read MacDonald, author and storyteller


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015

  • Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.leppstorytelling.com
    July 14-18
    Bil Lepp is an internationally-known storyteller, author, and recording artist whose style has been described as a satisfying blend of Bob Newhart and Jeff Foxworthy. A five-time champion of the West Virginia Liars’ Contest, his outrageous tall-tales and witty stories are a signature of his repertoire. Lepp has been featured at venues across the nation, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and a recent appearance for Comedy Central. He is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award, and his picture book, The King of Little Things, won a Parent’s Choice Gold Award and the PEN/Steven Kroll Award for Picture Book Writing. “When [he] wraps up his story in one more burst of implausibility, the audience leaps to its feet, cheering.” – The Dallas Morning News


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

  • Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.leppstorytelling.com
    July 14-18
    Bil Lepp is an internationally-known storyteller, author, and recording artist whose style has been described as a satisfying blend of Bob Newhart and Jeff Foxworthy. A five-time champion of the West Virginia Liars’ Contest, his outrageous tall-tales and witty stories are a signature of his repertoire. Lepp has been featured at venues across the nation, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and a recent appearance for Comedy Central. He is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award, and his picture book, The King of Little Things, won a Parent’s Choice Gold Award and the PEN/Steven Kroll Award for Picture Book Writing. “When [he] wraps up his story in one more burst of implausibility, the audience leaps to its feet, cheering.” – The Dallas Morning News


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, July 16th, 2015

  • Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.leppstorytelling.com
    July 14-18
    Bil Lepp is an internationally-known storyteller, author, and recording artist whose style has been described as a satisfying blend of Bob Newhart and Jeff Foxworthy. A five-time champion of the West Virginia Liars’ Contest, his outrageous tall-tales and witty stories are a signature of his repertoire. Lepp has been featured at venues across the nation, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and a recent appearance for Comedy Central. He is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award, and his picture book, The King of Little Things, won a Parent’s Choice Gold Award and the PEN/Steven Kroll Award for Picture Book Writing. “When [he] wraps up his story in one more burst of implausibility, the audience leaps to its feet, cheering.” – The Dallas Morning News


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
  • Evening Storytelling Concert with Bil Lepp | 7:30pm - 9:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Evening Storytelling Concert with Bil Lepp - http://www.leppstorytelling.com
    July 14-18
    Bil Lepp is an internationally-known storyteller, author, and recording artist whose style has been described as a satisfying blend of Bob Newhart and Jeff Foxworthy. A five-time champion of the West Virginia Liars’ Contest, his outrageous tall-tales and witty stories are a signature of his repertoire. Lepp has been featured at venues across the nation, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and a recent appearance for Comedy Central. He is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award, and his picture book, The King of Little Things, won a Parent’s Choice Gold Award and the PEN/Steven Kroll Award for Picture Book Writing. “When [he] wraps up his story in one more burst of implausibility, the audience leaps to its feet, cheering.” – The Dallas Morning News


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Friday, July 17th, 2015

  • Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.leppstorytelling.com
    July 14-18
    Bil Lepp is an internationally-known storyteller, author, and recording artist whose style has been described as a satisfying blend of Bob Newhart and Jeff Foxworthy. A five-time champion of the West Virginia Liars’ Contest, his outrageous tall-tales and witty stories are a signature of his repertoire. Lepp has been featured at venues across the nation, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and a recent appearance for Comedy Central. He is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award, and his picture book, The King of Little Things, won a Parent’s Choice Gold Award and the PEN/Steven Kroll Award for Picture Book Writing. “When [he] wraps up his story in one more burst of implausibility, the audience leaps to its feet, cheering.” – The Dallas Morning News


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, July 18th, 2015

  • Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Bil Lepp as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.leppstorytelling.com
    July 14-18
    Bil Lepp is an internationally-known storyteller, author, and recording artist whose style has been described as a satisfying blend of Bob Newhart and Jeff Foxworthy. A five-time champion of the West Virginia Liars’ Contest, his outrageous tall-tales and witty stories are a signature of his repertoire. Lepp has been featured at venues across the nation, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and a recent appearance for Comedy Central. He is the recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award, and his picture book, The King of Little Things, won a Parent’s Choice Gold Award and the PEN/Steven Kroll Award for Picture Book Writing. “When [he] wraps up his story in one more burst of implausibility, the audience leaps to its feet, cheering.” – The Dallas Morning News


    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Tuesday, July 21st, 2015

  • Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.soaringstories.com
    July 21-25
    Regi Carpenter’s tales celebrate the glorious and gut-wrenching lives of four generations of Carpenters raised on the Saint Lawrence River. Tales of underwater tea parties, drowning lessons and drives to the dump give voice to multi-generations of family life in a small river town with an undercurrent. Carpenter is a recipient of the J.J. Reneaux Emerging Artist Award, a Leonard Bernstein Teaching Fellowship Award, and the Parent’s Choice Gold Award. “I am thoroughly charmed by how seamlessly she weaves the threads of genuine reflection, baby boomer sensibilities and whimsical song. In a word, captivating.” – Director, Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

  • Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.soaringstories.com
    July 21-25
    Regi Carpenter’s tales celebrate the glorious and gut-wrenching lives of four generations of Carpenters raised on the Saint Lawrence River. Tales of underwater tea parties, drowning lessons and drives to the dump give voice to multi-generations of family life in a small river town with an undercurrent. Carpenter is a recipient of the J.J. Reneaux Emerging Artist Award, a Leonard Bernstein Teaching Fellowship Award, and the Parent’s Choice Gold Award. “I am thoroughly charmed by how seamlessly she weaves the threads of genuine reflection, baby boomer sensibilities and whimsical song. In a word, captivating.” – Director, Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015

  • Storytelling and Palliative Care Workshop with Regi Carpenter | 9:00am - 11:00am | Health Seminars and Screenings, Storytelling
    Storytelling and Palliative Care Workshop with Regi Carpenter - http://www.soaringstories.com
    Regi Carpenter’s tales celebrate the glorious and gut-wrenching lives of four generations of Carpenters raised on the Saint Lawrence River. Tales of underwater tea parties, drowning lessons and drives to the dump give voice to multi-generations of family life in a small river town with an undercurrent. Carpenter is a recipient of the J.J. Reneaux Emerging Artist Award, a Leonard Bernstein Teaching Fellowship Award, and the Parent’s Choice Gold Award. “I am thoroughly charmed by how seamlessly she weaves the threads of genuine reflection, baby boomer sensibilities and whimsical song. In a word, captivating.” – Director, Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
  • Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.soaringstories.com
    July 21-25
    Regi Carpenter’s tales celebrate the glorious and gut-wrenching lives of four generations of Carpenters raised on the Saint Lawrence River. Tales of underwater tea parties, drowning lessons and drives to the dump give voice to multi-generations of family life in a small river town with an undercurrent. Carpenter is a recipient of the J.J. Reneaux Emerging Artist Award, a Leonard Bernstein Teaching Fellowship Award, and the Parent’s Choice Gold Award. “I am thoroughly charmed by how seamlessly she weaves the threads of genuine reflection, baby boomer sensibilities and whimsical song. In a word, captivating.” – Director, Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Friday, July 24th, 2015

  • Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.soaringstories.com
    July 21-25
    Regi Carpenter’s tales celebrate the glorious and gut-wrenching lives of four generations of Carpenters raised on the Saint Lawrence River. Tales of underwater tea parties, drowning lessons and drives to the dump give voice to multi-generations of family life in a small river town with an undercurrent. Carpenter is a recipient of the J.J. Reneaux Emerging Artist Award, a Leonard Bernstein Teaching Fellowship Award, and the Parent’s Choice Gold Award. “I am thoroughly charmed by how seamlessly she weaves the threads of genuine reflection, baby boomer sensibilities and whimsical song. In a word, captivating.” – Director, Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, July 25th, 2015

  • Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Regi Carpenter as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.soaringstories.com
    July 21-25
    Regi Carpenter’s tales celebrate the glorious and gut-wrenching lives of four generations of Carpenters raised on the Saint Lawrence River. Tales of underwater tea parties, drowning lessons and drives to the dump give voice to multi-generations of family life in a small river town with an undercurrent. Carpenter is a recipient of the J.J. Reneaux Emerging Artist Award, a Leonard Bernstein Teaching Fellowship Award, and the Parent’s Choice Gold Award. “I am thoroughly charmed by how seamlessly she weaves the threads of genuine reflection, baby boomer sensibilities and whimsical song. In a word, captivating.” – Director, Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival




    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

  • Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.meganwells.com
    July 28-August 1
    Megan Wells’ telling is passionate, soulful, and warm with humor. A master of the literary tale as well as a long form myth teller, Wells is known for her delicious timing, character portrayals and the theatrical sensitivity she brings to her work. Wells tours her one-woman shows, including Dracula, Psyche and Eros, and historical re-enactments of famous women. Wells has performed as a guest artist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. “In a world longing for poetry, myth and passionate storytelling, it is a joy to behold work in which all three are present. Megan’s soulful storytelling breathes new life into ancient stories and embodies the revitalizing power of live theatre.” – Phil Cousineau, author, The Hero’s Journey: Joseph Campbell on his Life and Work





    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

  • Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.meganwells.com
    July 28-August 1
    Megan Wells’ telling is passionate, soulful, and warm with humor. A master of the literary tale as well as a long form myth teller, Wells is known for her delicious timing, character portrayals and the theatrical sensitivity she brings to her work. Wells tours her one-woman shows, including Dracula, Psyche and Eros, and historical re-enactments of famous women. Wells has performed as a guest artist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. “In a world longing for poetry, myth and passionate storytelling, it is a joy to behold work in which all three are present. Megan’s soulful storytelling breathes new life into ancient stories and embodies the revitalizing power of live theatre.” – Phil Cousineau, author, The Hero’s Journey: Joseph Campbell on his Life and Work





    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

  • Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.meganwells.com
    July 28-August 1
    Megan Wells’ telling is passionate, soulful, and warm with humor. A master of the literary tale as well as a long form myth teller, Wells is known for her delicious timing, character portrayals and the theatrical sensitivity she brings to her work. Wells tours her one-woman shows, including Dracula, Psyche and Eros, and historical re-enactments of famous women. Wells has performed as a guest artist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. “In a world longing for poetry, myth and passionate storytelling, it is a joy to behold work in which all three are present. Megan’s soulful storytelling breathes new life into ancient stories and embodies the revitalizing power of live theatre.” – Phil Cousineau, author, The Hero’s Journey: Joseph Campbell on his Life and Work





    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Friday, July 31st, 2015

  • Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.meganwells.com
    July 28-August 1
    Megan Wells’ telling is passionate, soulful, and warm with humor. A master of the literary tale as well as a long form myth teller, Wells is known for her delicious timing, character portrayals and the theatrical sensitivity she brings to her work. Wells tours her one-woman shows, including Dracula, Psyche and Eros, and historical re-enactments of famous women. Wells has performed as a guest artist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. “In a world longing for poetry, myth and passionate storytelling, it is a joy to behold work in which all three are present. Megan’s soulful storytelling breathes new life into ancient stories and embodies the revitalizing power of live theatre.” – Phil Cousineau, author, The Hero’s Journey: Joseph Campbell on his Life and Work





    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, August 1st, 2015

  • Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    Megan Wells as Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center - http://www.meganwells.com
    July 28-August 1
    Megan Wells’ telling is passionate, soulful, and warm with humor. A master of the literary tale as well as a long form myth teller, Wells is known for her delicious timing, character portrayals and the theatrical sensitivity she brings to her work. Wells tours her one-woman shows, including Dracula, Psyche and Eros, and historical re-enactments of famous women. Wells has performed as a guest artist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. “In a world longing for poetry, myth and passionate storytelling, it is a joy to behold work in which all three are present. Megan’s soulful storytelling breathes new life into ancient stories and embodies the revitalizing power of live theatre.” – Phil Cousineau, author, The Hero’s Journey: Joseph Campbell on his Life and Work





    Contact: International Storytelling Center. Phone: 423.913.1276. customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

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