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WINTER

January

Guild EXTRA Show

5:00 pm Saturday, January 20

From folk lore to recent history, teens find themselves in life-changing circumstances you’d never expect.  And they get through those situations in ways that will surprise you. 

 

Join Eric Foxman and the Portland Storytellers’ Guild for three astounding tales of teens triumphing over challenges: one getting through life threatening circumstances by wit and grit; a second with surprising answers to puzzling conundrums; a neighbors surviving by the quick action of other teens!  Inspiring and entertaining stories to bring light and warmth in the midst of our winter season.

 

A PSG Program that focuses on that too-often-overlooked age.  So, if you have ever wondered why we don’t go directly from childhood to adulthood, these stories may help you answer that burning philosophical question.

 

A virtual Guild EXTRA! Performance on Saturday January 20 at 5:00pm PST. Register now for the best seat in your house.  Just $15 per registration and as many can watch as can fit in front of your screen. 

 

[All registrants will receive a link the next day to a recording that can be watched the following two weeks.  If you have a time conflict, never fear: those teens will be waiting for you when it is more convenient.]

About the teller:

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Eric Foxman

Eric Foxman has been an active storyteller for almost three decades.  Starting with literary stories, his association with the Portland Storytellers’ Guild helped him deepen his artistic well to include folktales, historic stories and the occasional personal chronical.  With an interest in the ‘that-is-just-unbelievable’ in stories, Eric draws on various resources to bring his audiences a program to remember.  And for this program, let’s not forget: it has been rumored he was a teenager once himself.

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