by Yana Sherman
This past week at Story Space, it was an unforgettable evening. During the Open Mic, one teller started a story about a princess who married a pig. When her time was up, she said the story would have to be continued. The audience groaned and begged to no avail. The featured teller, Elisa Pearmain wove together tales of forgiveness, including one as told by the Buddha. She also told a tale that involved a meat grinder and sibling rivalry.
Coming up next, Regina Ress will be telling a tale of two folks who recognize one another as lovers across a number of lifetimes. It's sure to be mystical. The evening will kick off at 7 with Open Mic, during which tellers have eight minutes to try new material or hone an old favorite. First-time tellers are guaranteed a spot and listeners are always welcome. Regina will begin her feature at 8:15.
The gallery is near Central Square. It is a place that encourages the creative muse. We ask a suggested donation of $5 to keep the venue going. We have a tradition of storytelling on Tuesdays for over 20 years.
|106 Prospect Street, Cambridge|
106 Prospect Street
Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Time: 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
Check out our website at www.storyspace.orrg