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Arts Calendar: Storytelling

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Saturday, January 18, 2020
Jan
18
2020

The Telling Project - New Vermonters Share Their Stories Of Migration

The Telling Project - New Vermonters Share Their Stories Of Migration

KCP Presents
New Vermonters share their stories of migration.

Saturday, January 18, 7:00 pm

Location:
Northern Vermont Universtiy - Alexander Twilight Theatre
1001 College Road
Lyndonville, VT

Sunday, January 19, 3:00 pm
Presented in association with the Highland Center for the Arts
Location:
Highland Center for the Arts
2875 Hardwick St.
Greensboro, VT

Tickets: $26. Students are free
Ticket prices do not include any applicable fees or sales taxes.

Save 20% when you buy by December 19. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats.

Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office.

The story of displacement is a universal human story. Whether displaced through forces beyond our control, through choice, or even through the acceleration of cultural and technological evolution around us, all humans are marked by adaptation and re-orientation. Understanding this helps us understanding ourselves.

In 2019, after working for years with military veterans and their stories, The Telling Project officially launched this new initiative, “The Same Moon,” creating performances in which immigrant and refugee populations had the opportunity to tell their stories to their communities. Whether generations past, or in their own lifetimes, every American citizen bears the legacy of displacement – an experience that has impacted, and unites, us all.

During the late summer and early fall KCP Presents will work with the nationally acclaimed Telling Project to meet with Vermonters who have power experiences of migration to share. Through a series of dialogues, we’ll create a documentary theater script. Then we’ll rehearse the performance to present this evening-length show.

1/18/20 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Northern Vermont Universtiy - Alexander Twilight Theatre 1001 College Road, Lyndon

Jan
18
2020

The Telling Project: New Vermonters on Migration

The Telling Project: New Vermonters on Migration

The story of displacement is a universal human story. Whether displaced through forces beyond our control, through choice, or even through the acceleration of cultural and technological evolution around us, all humans are marked by adaptation and re-orientation. Understanding this helps us understanding ourselves.

In 2019, after working for years with military veterans and their stories, The Telling Project officially launched this new initiative, “The Same Moon,” creating performances in which immigrant and refugee populations had the opportunity to tell their stories to their communities. Whether generations past, or in their own lifetimes, every American citizen bears the legacy of displacement – an experience that has impacted, and unites, us all.

During the late summer and early fall KCP Presents will work with the nationally acclaimed Telling Project to meet with Vermonters who have power experiences of migration to share. Through a series of dialogues, we’ll create a documentary theater script. Then we’ll rehearse the performance to present this evening-length show.

1/18/20 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Northern Vermont University - Lyndon, Lyndonville

Sunday, January 19, 2020
Jan
19
2020

The Telling Project - New Vermonters Share Their Stories Of Migration

The Telling Project - New Vermonters Share Their Stories Of Migration

KCP Presents
New Vermonters share their stories of migration.

Sunday, January 19, 3:00 pm

Presented in association with the Highland Center for the Arts
Location:
Highland Center for the Arts
2875 Hardwick St.
Greensboro, VT

Tickets: $26. Students are free
Ticket prices do not include any applicable fees or sales taxes.

Save 20% when you buy by December 19. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats.

Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office.

The story of displacement is a universal human story. Whether displaced through forces beyond our control, through choice, or even through the acceleration of cultural and technological evolution around us, all humans are marked by adaptation and re-orientation. Understanding this helps us understanding ourselves.

In 2019, after working for years with military veterans and their stories, The Telling Project officially launched this new initiative, “The Same Moon,” creating performances in which immigrant and refugee populations had the opportunity to tell their stories to their communities. Whether generations past, or in their own lifetimes, every American citizen bears the legacy of displacement – an experience that has impacted, and unites, us all.

During the late summer and early fall KCP Presents will work with the nationally acclaimed Telling Project to meet with Vermonters who have power experiences of migration to share. Through a series of dialogues, we’ll create a documentary theater script. Then we’ll rehearse the performance to present this evening-length show.

1/19/20 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Highland Center for the Arts 2875 Hardwick St., Greensboro

Jan
19
2020

The Telling Project: New Vermonters on Migration

The Telling Project: New Vermonters on Migration

The story of displacement is a universal human story. Whether displaced through forces beyond our control, through choice, or even through the acceleration of cultural and technological evolution around us, all humans are marked by adaptation and re-orientation. Understanding this helps us understanding ourselves.

In 2019, after working for years with military veterans and their stories, The Telling Project officially launched this new initiative, “The Same Moon,” creating performances in which immigrant and refugee populations had the opportunity to tell their stories to their communities. Whether generations past, or in their own lifetimes, every American citizen bears the legacy of displacement – an experience that has impacted, and unites, us all.

During the late summer and early fall KCP Presents will work with the nationally acclaimed Telling Project to meet with Vermonters who have power experiences of migration to share. Through a series of dialogues, we’ll create a documentary theater script. Then we’ll rehearse the performance to present this evening-length show.

1/19/20 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Highland Center for the Arts, Greensboro

Jan
19
2020

Brattleboro Farm Stories

Brattleboro Farm Stories

Brattleboro Farm Stories Brings Photo Exhibit to Life at 118 Elliot
The Vermont Folklife Center, Brattleboro Words Project and 118 Elliot will present Brattleboro Farm Stories, a community storytelling event bringing together local farmers and residents to share personal reflections on our region’s agricultural heritage. Set amongst the backdrop of Richard Brown’s stunning photographic exhibit, “The Last of the Hill Farms: Echoes of Vermont’s Past”, Brattleboro Farm Stories will explore the connections between Vermont’s vital farming past and its living, breathing present.

1/19/20 3:00pm - 5:00pm

118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro

Friday, January 24, 2020
Jan
24
2020

‘Love, Really.?!...’ A Community Storytelling Event

‘Love, Really.?!...’ A Community Storytelling Event

Middlebury Underground and Bundle invite you to tell your unique story in “LOVE, REALLY (.!?...)”- the latest installment of the FREE, curated, moth-style series. The type of love – and how you choose to punctuate your story – is entirely up to you. Hosted at Bundle, the pop-up event space in downtown Middlebury, the evening invites you to dig deep into your sense memories and tell your best 5-minute tale.

“Where there is love, there is life.” –Mahatma Gandhi

Love takes many forms – from romantic love to small acts of kindness to everything in between. Maybe your pet tarantula is the object of your affection. Perhaps you love tacos almost as much as your first-born child. Or maybe you want to tell about the time you learned a lesson about love you’ll never forget. Whatever the theme of your love-inspired story, we want to hear it.

To become a featured presenter, please send a brief synopsis of your 5-minute story to lisa@middunderground.org. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 17. Open mic opportunities are dependent on the number of registered speakers.

LOVE, REALLY is free and open to all, but requires an RSVP. Please reserve your seat via Facebook or by writing lisa@middunderground.org. In lieu of an entry fee, please consider donating to WomenSafe, a local non-profit, human service organization committed to ending domestic and sexual violence in Addison County.

1/24/20 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Bundle, 51 Main Street, Middlebury

Friday, February 7, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Feb
9
2020

Musical Storytelling for All Ages

Musical Storytelling for All Ages

Musical Storytelling for All Ages, Scrag's program for audiences ages 0-100, is back! For this year's series, Scrag introduces the woodwind family of instruments through exciting musical works inspired by some of our favorite stories including a newly composed piece by Scrag co-Artistic Director Evan Premo based on Hans Christian Andersen's ​'Thumbelina'. Join us for this exploration of how music can enhance our favorite tales!

Scrag concerts are "Come as you are. Pay what you can." At-will donations are collected at the concerts. Reservations are encouraged as venues will fill up. To reserve your spot please contact us at Lara@scragmountainmusic.org, (802) 377-3161, or register at scragmountainmusic.org

2/7/20 6:00pm - 2/9/20 5:30am

Multiple locations - Randolph, Burlington, Montpelier, Waitsfield, Statewide

Saturday, February 8, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Feb
9
2020

Musical Storytelling for All Ages

Musical Storytelling for All Ages

Musical Storytelling for All Ages, Scrag's program for audiences ages 0-100, is back! For this year's series, Scrag introduces the woodwind family of instruments through exciting musical works inspired by some of our favorite stories including a newly composed piece by Scrag co-Artistic Director Evan Premo based on Hans Christian Andersen's ​'Thumbelina'. Join us for this exploration of how music can enhance our favorite tales!

Scrag concerts are "Come as you are. Pay what you can." At-will donations are collected at the concerts. Reservations are encouraged as venues will fill up. To reserve your spot please contact us at Lara@scragmountainmusic.org, (802) 377-3161, or register at scragmountainmusic.org

2/7/20 6:00pm - 2/9/20 5:30am

Multiple locations - Randolph, Burlington, Montpelier, Waitsfield, Statewide

Sunday, February 9, 2020
Feb
7
2020
– THRU –
Feb
9
2020

Musical Storytelling for All Ages

Musical Storytelling for All Ages

Musical Storytelling for All Ages, Scrag's program for audiences ages 0-100, is back! For this year's series, Scrag introduces the woodwind family of instruments through exciting musical works inspired by some of our favorite stories including a newly composed piece by Scrag co-Artistic Director Evan Premo based on Hans Christian Andersen's ​'Thumbelina'. Join us for this exploration of how music can enhance our favorite tales!

Scrag concerts are "Come as you are. Pay what you can." At-will donations are collected at the concerts. Reservations are encouraged as venues will fill up. To reserve your spot please contact us at Lara@scragmountainmusic.org, (802) 377-3161, or register at scragmountainmusic.org

2/7/20 6:00pm - 2/9/20 5:30am

Multiple locations - Randolph, Burlington, Montpelier, Waitsfield, Statewide