"(There are) lots of ways to be creative. My way is telling stories. It’s about speaking up.
I need to spread the word about stories. When you have a story, tell it to someone. We all belong to the same big family and have the same smell!"
~Mary Beth Washington from Older Artists Speak
NEXT SHOW at ODYSSEY STORYTELLING
Six invited storytellers have ten minutes to talk about a specific theme. The stories are not read or memorized, they are told from the life experiences and creativity of the teller.
Thursday, September 2 at 7 p.m.
Storytellers (bios below):
Have dinner at the Cup Cafe (reservations recommended: 798-1618) in the historic Hotel Congress OR at the new Maynard’s Market and Kitchen on Toole Ave in the Historic Train Depot (reservations recommended: 545-0577).
NOTE: We no longer reserve seats at the show. Doors open at 6:30. Free parking on the street after 5 p.m.
Penelope Starr Adam Hostetter
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Storytelling is a way to make connections with diverse and different people that you may not meet in your every day life. Because these stories are from our lives they may be amazing, messy, enlightening, disturbing, and entertaining . . . and more.
Everyone has stories from their lives that they love to tell. The act of sharing stories about our journey connects us to other people and in this way, the audience is a vital part of the event. Odyssey Storytelling provides the container to bring together a collection of diverse tellers.
Odyssey Storytelling creating connections one story at a time