Tell it on Tuesday
Tuesday, February 9, 2021| 7:30 PM
Hosted by Rebecca Fisher and Bridget Frederick
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Rose Owens, My Father Goes a-Courting
Rose Owens is a storyteller, writer, artist, mother to seven children, and grandmother to twenty-five grandchildren. She tells family stories, original stories, and her own adaptations of folk and fairy tales, has published the Maryalise Trilogy (three middle grade fantasy novels) and has a master’s degree in Special Education.
Sally Holzman, Hair Princess
Sally Holzman has had many titles in her lifetime – daughter, wife, teacher, mother, storyteller. Tonight you will hear of others, from the world of make believe to today’s reality.
Lois Kincy, Signifying Monkey and Mr. Lion
Lois Kincy has been a clown and is now a writer and teller. A wellness facilitator to a Wellness Circle of Kinship Caregivers, called I Take Care of Me Too, she has focused on the importance of keeping a life for ourselves, as we care for others. As a graduate of the Stagebrige’s EPIC program, she has come to know that any story is a personal story when you find yourself in it.
Claire Isaacs Wahrhaftig, I Love you, San Francisco!
Claire Isaacs Wahrhaftig, after retiring from a career in arts administration, started studying storytelling at Stagebridge. Just when she thinks she is out of stories, one pops up in her subconscious and it is a thrill share.