Jan Cribbs Performs at Westobou Festival

Jan Cribbs #1THE WESTOBOU FESTIVAL – 2009

Location:
Union Baptist Church
1102-1104 Greene St.
Augusta, GA 30901
Preservation by Historic Augusta, Inc.

Dates & Times:

WEDNESDAY, September 23, 2009 – 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

“Stories for the Young at Heart” ( ages 6 & up )

$7 – adults, $5 – seniors, $3 – children (6-16)

THURSDAY, September 24, 2009 – 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.

“ ‘What Do Women MOST Want?’ – and Other Stories”

$10 – adults, $8 – seniors

TICKETS FOR BOTH PERFORMANCES AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR

For further information on Jan, see:

www.southernorderofstorytellers.org (Click on Storytellers, then on Jan Cribbs.)

Performance at Academy Theater

When Pat’s longtime soul mate Sam becomes Sheila, Pat tries tap dancing, Buddhism, shopping, and more in her quest to discover what “soul mate”  means.

This story of a marriage surviving change and loss was inspired by Dr. Virginia Erhardt’s book, “Head Over Heels: Women Who Stay with Cross-Dressers and Transsexuals”.

Written and performed by Sharon Mathis, the one act play premiered at the Academy Theatre in June and will also be seen at the the Southern Comfort conference, the Atlanta Queer Literary Festival, and the New Orelans Fringe Theater Festival.

Sharon Mathis is a writer, actor, storyteller, and psychologist in Atlanta. She’s appeared at the Academy Theatre, Ladyfest South, Atlanta Storytelling Festival, national professional conferences, and venues from bars to churches.

Performances are Friday and Saturday nights, Sept. 4 and 5, 11 and 12 at 8pm at the Academy Theatre in Avondale Estates. Tickets are $12 at the door or by reservation at the theatre box office, 404-474-8332. Group rates are available. For more information and directions, please see our website at www.academytheatre.org

Group rates are available.

Callanwolde Emerging Voices Calendar of Events

Emerging Voices

2009
Sept. 18    Father Goose Brigade
Oct. 16     Spooky Stories
Nov. 13     Youth Tellabration
Dec          No event

2010
Jan. 2 (8:30-12:00)    Peach Seed Youth Storytelling Festival
Feb. 26    “Kuumba Storytellers of Georgia” – Black History Month
Mar. 28    Georgia multi county youth storytellers
April 16    Georgia multi county youth storytellers
May 7       Organization of DeKalb Educators
June, July, August    No events
Sept 1      “One County-Many Voices (with DeKalb County Public Library)
Oct. 22     Spooky Stories
Nov. 12     Youth Tellabration
Dec          No event