Gay Ducey: Teller-In-Residence

Gay Ducey: Teller-In-Residence

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Raised in New Orleans with its rituals and parades, Mary Gay Ducey lives in the San Francisco Bay Area where the earth and the social landscape are inclined to shift. Several professions have given her a home – theater, social work and libraries among them. Her stories include fresh versions of traditional tales, family mayhem, and history’s scrappers. She is a witty, authentic, and eloquent teller – the best playmate an audience can have.

Ducey has told stories across the U.S., in Canada and Ireland. Both the Smithsonian Institution and San Quentin have welcomed her, along with small schools, big theaters and little dives. She is a recipient of the NSN ORACLE Distinguished National Service and Circle of Excellence awards.

“I wish we could all tell stories like Gay Ducey.” –Mister Rogers


Ticket Prices: Adult $12 Senior $11
Time: 2 PM - 3 PM Daily Tuesday - Saturday

Tags: Arts And Entertainment, Storytelling, Spoken Word, Theater, Jonesborough,

Posted By: International Storytelling Center




Event Details

Date: September 18, 2018
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

This event also occurs on 09/19/2018, 09/20/2018, 09/21/2018, 09/22/2018

Location:
International Storytelling Center
100 W. Main Street
Jonesborough, Tennessee 37659

website

Contact:
Customer Service
800.952.8392
custserv@storytellingcenter.net


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More About this Event Poster: International Storytelling Center

The International Storytelling Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of people around the world through the arts of storytelling. It is our organization’s goal to inspire and empower people to capture and tell their stories, listen to the stories of others, and use storytelling to produce positive change.

The Center’s campus includes the 14,000 square foot Mary B. Martin Storytelling Hall, surrounded by a three-acre park. The Hall includes a state of the art performance theater, Gift Shop with offerings including storytelling books and CDs, journals, souvenirs, and other storytelling related gift items. Rooms are also available for rent for weddings, receptions, business meetings and seminars.

ISC’s flagship event, the National Storytelling Festival occurs annually during the first weekend of every October, it is the oldest and most prestigious event of its kind in the world, and ignited the modern day storytelling revival in America. In venues ranging from an intimate theater setting to tents that seat 1600, festival attendees are treated to compelling performances from over 30 world-class storytellers.

Programming at the center also includes the renowned teller-in-residence (TIR) series, which boasts a 26 week lineup of nationally-known storytellers in Jonesborough, Tennessee—the storytelling capital of the world. From May to October, a different artist appears each week in live matinee and evening performances at the Center Theater.

Regular building hours are 10am – 5pm. Monday through Saturday.
Contact us at: Email: customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
Telephone: 423-753-2171 or 800-952-8392 Ext. 222

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