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Brother Wolf will perform his storytelling epic over a six week period at Pass It on Kids starting on Wednesday, the 21st of April.
The first six hours of Brother Wolf’s seven hours of the storytelling epic, “Fairy tales Forever,”will be performed at Pass it On Kid’s over the next six Wednesdays starting on the 21st of April at 3:15 PM. Each performance is one hour long.
Fairy tales Forever is a continuous oral narrative modeled after 1001 Arabian nights where one story ties together a range of traditional fairy tales. In this case the stories are inspired by the modern European Fairy tales, the Brothers Grimm and many other well traveled stories. Brother Wolf (Eric Wolf) has been working on this series of stories for the past fifteen years. Read more »
This Thursday evening on the 31st of July – Pass it On Kids, children’s consignment shop located at 136 Dayton Street in Yellow Springs, Ohio will host four hours of the Fairytales Forever Saga as told by Brother Wolf in four acts at 6, 7, 8, and 9 in the evening. Story lovers are welcome to bring their children and themselves to any one-hour or all four. Suggested ticket donation are $7 an hour for adults and $5 an hour for children.
Seating is limited to ten people an hour so reserve your seats early by calling Pass it On Kids at 767-9100. Be sure to leave the acts you will be attending, your name and phone number and the # of seats you wish to reserve per hour. There will be a short intermission after each act. Drop-in’s are Read more »
Press Play to hear this interview that was recorded as livel on 12/04/2007 with storyteller the Yellow Springs Tailspinners and Brother Wolf discuss how to effectively start and form a storytelling group.
I spent an hour talking with my local yellow springs Tale-spinners about how we function as a closed storytelling group. We are fairly successful at supporting each other and building on our past successes. I think you will enjoy the conversation.