NOVEMBER 27, 2017
MONDAY @ 1:OO PM
COATESVILLE SENIOR CENTER
250 Harmony Street, Coatesville, PA
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Calling all Program Directors! Educator! & School Assembly planners! Visit ONI LASANA PRODUCTIONS exhibition booth at the City of Philadelphia's Arts & Educators Creative Economy Expo @ The Kimmel Center of the Performing Arts in downtown Philadelphia!
Oni will be live and in person sharing information on her latest program offerings & presentations for youth and adults...you won't want to miss out on adding a Oni Lasana Production to your enrichment resources for your school, organization & community!
Visit www.CreativePhl.org for more info.
ONI LASANA is a featured teller for the 4th year as she presents excerpts from her "DOWN ON THE FARM WITH GRANNY GOOSE" program and will drop a short story in the Lightening Round at the close of the festival.
No horsing around! Come enjoy stories for all ages, on Saturday, September 16, 2017, from noon to 6 p.m. Storytellers from throughout New Jersey and Tri-State area will convene at Howell Living History Farm (www.HowellFarm.org) in Lambertsville, New Jersey as the finest storytellers will be offering bales of laughter with farm-related stories and more.
Start the day with the festival's hallmark workshop to explore storytelling techniques and strategies, a boon for tellers and teachers alike. It is free and open to the public. Registration is required. Seating is limited.
The Story Slam takes place from noon to 1 PM with the theme “The Last Straw” to begin the fun; contestants are chosen at random to recount a 5 minute-or-less personal story. Oni Lasana took 1st place in the Story Slam last year...but will sit this year out to give other tellers a chance to win.
A continuous rotation of tellers will perform throughout the farm from 1 to 5 PM, followed by the festival’s signature close, the Lightning Round, from 5 to 6 PM. All are encouraged to participate!
We will look forward to seeing you there!
Visit www.NJStoryNet.org for more info!
Playwright, songwriter, and storyteller Oni Lasana performs in DOIN' DUNBAR AS 'LIAS' MOTHER featuring the dialect poetry of African-American writer Paul Laurence Dunbar (1872-1906), in the second performance in our Twilight Tales series. Tailored to the setting, and illustrated with materials from the Mercer collection, her entertaining program offers a theatrical portrayal of Dunbar’s poems.
Lasana mixes humor, drama and an interactive storytelling style as she imagines and brings to life a character from one of Dunbar’s works. The program is followed by refreshments, an opportunity to meet the performer, and a chance to explore the museum. The performance is appropriate for ages 8 and up. Purchase tickets using the link below or by calling 215-345-0210
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