Join us on Wednesday, January 10, at 7:30 EST at Busboys and Poets Takoma; or, for out-of-towners, via Zoom. You can register FOR FREE for access to the live stream or to catch the recorded show later.
You will get emails with reminders on the date, time, and location, as well as Zoom information. We ask for donations to support our tellers, suggested $20 per person. Donations can be made online before, during, or after the event.
The Grapevine is spoken word performance for adults and teens, celebrating the timeless art of the story, hosted by storytellers Renée Brachfeld and Tim Livengood.
ABOUT THE TELLERS -
Regi Carpenter is the youngest daughter in a family that pulsates with contradictions: religious and raucous, tender but terrible, unfortunate yet irrepressible; 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 generations of family life in a small river town with an undercurrent. More about Regi
Liza Newell grew up in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Her love of storytelling is inspired by stories told around the dinner table and by the fireplace. Liza’s stories are shaped by her experiences of a small town childhood, of summers spent in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and of what it means to leave and find home again in different corners of the world.
For more information go to The Grapevine (Storytelling)
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