Village Voices: Resident of NYC’s fabled Greenwich Village for nearly half a century, Regina Ress lovingly brings us the voices of her neighbors, along with her own, as we meet old Italians and homeless angels, a supreme court justice and a mafia don, 9/11 volunteers, and the Provincetown Playhouse’s founding poet, Edna St Vincent Millay.
For the brave raconteurs considering putting their name in the hat for a chance to tell a story at a story slam, Bucks County Playhouse is offering a slam ready workshop taught by acclaimed storyteller Michaela Murphy. Workshop attendees bring a five-minute story and we’ll whip it into shape!
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En el Camino ~“Desplazado” is the correct word to define a migrant: a person forced off their land, away from their culture. For Mexican storyteller Valentina Ortiz, migration started at age two.