August 14, 2018 –
Applauded and acclaimed as "mesmerizing...capturing the hearts and minds of audiences," Corinne specializes in personal and historical narratives and biblical interpretative tales that are warm and witty, powerful and poignant, enhanced by a varied performing style. She has been featured at the National Storytelling Festival as a teller and frequent emcee and serves on the Board of Directors of the International Storytelling Center. She has been a keynote speaker at the National Storytelling Conference, was a Detroit Jewish Woman Artist of the Year, has four award-winning CDs, contributed to Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul and The Storyteller's Companion to the Bible, and guest-edited Storytelling Magazine. She is a College Professor in Humanities at Lawrence Technological University, recipient of Professor of the Year.
Tuesday's program is When Good People Do Something. With all the horror stories of the Holocaust, we forget sometimes that there were people who responded with integrity and humanity. In one instance, it was an entire country that saved 98% of its Jewish population. This is the remarkable story of occupied Denmark in WWII.
Tickets: $12 at the door. Free for Shepherd University Students with ID