Tcha Tee Man Wi Storytelling Festival
The beloved Tcha Tee Man Wi Storytelling Festival returns for its 10th season on March 6 8, 2014. The Festival brings some of the best storytellers from across the country to the Mid-Willamette Valley just as live storytelling continues to gain renewed vigor and respect across the nation. The festival features three days of exciting performances and creative workshops for both adults and children in the Albany and Corvallis, OR areas, including two evening concerts for adults and older children, a family concert, and an after school children's matinee.
The Festival continues its tradition of inviting respected national, regional and local performers to share the drama and comedy of their own lives and backgrounds, along with the universal insights of myth, legend and folktales.
The Festival's final public concert includes:
Latina storyteller, performance artist, and writer, Olga Loya uses a dramatic mix of Spanish and English to share traditional tales from Latin America as well as stories from her own varied and colorful life growing up in East Los Angeles.
Cowboy poet and storyteller, Joe Herrington, grew up under a big Texas sky and roamed the wilderness beneath it. With the clear eye of a Will Rogers and a voice of campfire warmth, he finds the deep connections between our current world and the day-to-day lives of his rugged characters.
Raised in a Midwestern storytelling family, Steven Henegar celebrates the wonderful variety of stories that we use to share our lives. Funny, touching and relatively honest, Steven calls up the everyday and the fantastic - truth and lies mined from a long life looking around.
For a schedule of events, workshops and more information, visit us at: www.tchateemanwistorytelling.com
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis (View)
2945 NW Circle Blvd.
Corvallis, OR 97330
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|