February Guild Show

7pm Saturday, February 5
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Our expectations raise goose bumps of anticipation, or convince others they know exactly who we are or what happens next. But what if our expectations keep us from seeing what’s really there? Pratfalls? Revelation? Awkwardness? Oh yeah, just what we expected - life.
Join storytellers Jeanne Anderson, Steven Henegar and Juliana Person for an evening of captivating and possibly certainly unexpected personal stories.

About the tellers:

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Jeanne Anderson

Jeanne Anderson used storytelling to reach students of all ages while teaching elementary school. From stories of her childhood to fairy tales to Shakespeare, she enriched their lives by exploring everyday issues and encouraging children to see the world from a variety of perspectives. Now retired, she enjoys sharing her stories with audiences of all ages

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Steven Henegar

Storyteller and Monologist, Steve Henegar celebrates the wonderful variety of stories that we use to share our lives. In a vibrant mix of original and traditional narrative, Steven calls up the everyday and the fantastic to discover feelings and experiences that connect us all. Truth & Lies mined from a long life looking around.


Juliana Person

Several years ago Juliana attended a Portland storytellers Guild performance and was chosen from the audience to tell a story at intermission. She was instantly hooked and had been telling stories ever since. Juliana mostly favors personal tales, drawing from her travels around the world making wine, growing up with horses, or her experiences as a cancer survivor. A challenge now makes a great story later!