With Jean Ponzi
Mon Jan 20th 2014 7.00pm–8.00pm
Time zone: central
January Kiefer - Storyperformer “Bringing the Light - traditional Cherokee story of Grandmother Spider” from Bringing the Light - Tales from Native America (StoryPerformances 1987) L —Rev. January Kiefer, now a minister in the AME Church, inspired countless humans with her original and traditional storytelling skills. Tonight we hear some of her repertoire's earliest (and loveliest) tales.Buy it!
Robert Fishbone - St. Louis artist, musician, entrepreneur “Comfort Story” from 1,000 Steps (On The Wall Productions www.onwardisbest.com 2007) L —Earthworms offers some deep-winter listening tonight: stories by St. Louis artists, creative neighbors, some are dear friends. Extraordinary human Robert Fishbone presents two tales tonight, this first one a small, true story from his own home. Thanks forBuy it!
TAIFA - African American Folklore Duo Kunama and Imani Mtendaji “Eziokwu (Ibo tale, the title means TRUTH)” from Stories from the Heart (TAIFA Productions 1999) L —Traditional to the Ibo of West Africa. Honesty, respect and manners are emphasized in this story. TAIFA performed at many St. Louis Earth Day Festivals - and have inspired countless humans with stories, music, morals and rhythms of the heart!Buy it!
Robert Fishbone - St. Louis artist, musician, entrepreneur “1,000 Steps - a true story of traveling, in the world and in the teller's mind and heart.” from 1,000 Steps (On The Wall Productions www.onwardisbest.com 2007) L —In pursuit of Good Luck, Robert danced through cosmic flames - and mental doo-dah - and grew & changed from this experience he tells so melifluously . . .Buy it!
Jean Ponzi - Earthworms Host “Dot-to-Dot at the Smithsonian's Native American Museum” from A tiny little live true story (Just last week, in Our Nation's Capital, I loved this experience of human being-ness in a most amazing human-made space 2014) N LBuy it!