A Patchwork of Stories for GrownUps
Sunday, September 11 @ 3 PM at The Rotunda, 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA.
PHILADELPHIA, PA: Patchwork presents A Patchwork of Stories for Grown Ups, part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, on Sunday, September 11 @ 3 PM EST at the Rotunda, 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. This live event is open to the public. Patchwork offers free and Pay-What-You-Can ticket options for greater accessibility for all. Running Time: 65 minutes.
According to Denise McCormack, “This showcase brings together some of our best regional tellers who mean to bring to life some of those lesser known tales, the kind that make your eyes pop and your mouth open, and stick with you. Our goal is to entertain and have fun. We want people to walk away hashing out what they heard and bursting to share their own stories. That’s what we’re bringing—good storytelling.”
Patchwork celebrates the folkloric art, craft, and practice of the oral tradition of storytelling. Featured in this amazing lineup are, in alphabetical order, Michele Belluomini, Ingrid Bohn, Barbara Cohen-Kligerman, and Denise McCormack.
Patchwork promotes storytelling as a vibrant, contemporary art form, as well as a folk tradition, a way of celebrating life, and a tool for personal and social transformation. For more information about this and other events, visit www.patchworkstorytelling.org
Pay-What-You-Can Ticket Options (Free and PWYC)
Tickets available at https://fringearts.com/event/a-patchwork-of-stories-for-grownups-2/