June 30, 2019 – Don’t wait until the final minute, get your tickets for the native (however comparatively unknown) nationwide Storytelling Pageant occurring in our again yard, on the North Columbia Schoolhouse. One can get tickets at Briarpatch Co-op or www.sierrastorytellingfestival.org.
The Sierra Storytelling Pageant goes past role-bending, with a Japanese feminine comedian, a Brazillian mime, a senior theater activist and extra. Numerous as they is perhaps, the commonality of the human expertise and the enjoyment of life is what viewers members stroll away with.
Native teller Dalymple MacAlpin will likely be showcased on Saturday morning.
The Pageant is flourishing in it’s 34th 12 months, however with principally Bay Space attendees, therefor the volunteer committee that produces the occasion desires locals to place the third weekend in July on their calendar.
This 12 months the Yuba Bus will likely be serving to with transportation to the North Columbia Schoolhouse, and we will likely be internet hosting scrumptious meals from Meze, in addition to beer and wine from craft brewers and wineries.
2019 Tellers are Choctaw creator Tim Tingle, Japanese-American comedienne Motoko, Brazilian Mime Antonio Rocha, Sirius XM star Kim Weitkamp, and Dad or mum’s Alternative award-winning musician Kirk Waller. Friday and Saturday evening will characteristic Bay Space senior theater activist Liz Nichols.
Locals can even volunteer for three hours and get right into a session free of charge, please name volunteer coordinator Cathy Balan at (530) 434-3309.
“Sierra Storytelling Pageant is a dream for any storyteller/performer. Acting on stage below a ceiling of tree canopies, crisp sails, and blue skies; a heat and welcoming viewers; scrumptious meals and craft beer. Add to that a vast mix of tales and music and severely, why would you do something or go wherever else that weekend?”- Kim Weitkamp