In 1785, Robert Burns wrote: “The best laid schemes of mice and men go often askew.”
That was true then, and is still true now.
Come hear some of the best storytellers in our area share their favorite stories about plans that didn’t work out as intended.
This is our 26th Tellabration – part of an annual worldwide celebration of storytelling for adults. This live spoken word performance of contemporary and traditional stories celebrating the human spirit features Ken Busman of Scotia as emcee and storyteller. Additional featured storytellers are: Kate Dudding of Clifton Park, Margaret French of Saratoga Springs, Marni Gillard of Schenectady, Miss Julia of Latham, Bonnie Mion of New Baltimore, Claire Nolan of Albany, and Nancy Marie Payne of Selkirk.
Tellabration!TM is a project of the National Storytelling Network www.storynet.org .