It’s another glorious autumn day and neighbors who just settled here from Chicago are heading to the Outer Banks to visit the ocean over the weekend. One of them, Ryan, is a singer/guitarist and has agreed to join me on stage for a duet at the 8 pm, Hauntings PG 13 storytelling concert on October 30th.
The adult acting studio meets tonight, so I’m spending the day re-reading Kristin Linklater’s amazing book, “Freeing the Natural Voice,” and exploring stories for the two October 30th concerts. If you have a few seconds, please help spread the word far and wide, to all and sundry, about the upcoming Halloween storytelling concerts. Here are ways you can do that easily:
Help us reach out to audiences for both ghost story concerts by downloading a Hauntings 2010 flier and posting it at your favorite park, mall, barber shop or grocery store. Or by copying & posting this show description to your Facebook, Linked-In, et al pages or on your Neighborhood List Serve.
Saturday, October 30, 2010 – TWO Special Concerts from Durham Family Theatre: Halloween Storytelling with Master Storyteller, Jennifer Justice
“As Justice works her magic, we are drawn deeper and deeper into a mystical, magical world.” Boston Globe review
Storytelling isn’t just for kids, that’s why Durham Family Theatre is presenting two Halloween storytelling concerts with DFT artistic director and Master Storyteller, Jennifer Justice
3:00 pm – The Ghost & I, children of all ages are invited to join the costume parade!
8:00 pm – Hauntings PG 13, ghostly stories for the brave at heart
For early bird tickets, go to DurhamFamilyTheatre.wordpress.com/ and click on DFT SHOWS page. Or you can get tickets at the show: 215 N. CHURCH STREET, just off Main Street, behind the courthouse in downtown Durham. Suggested donations are $5/children and $10/adults (more it you can, less if you can’t)
Many thanks for your support,