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March Guild Show

7:30pm Saturday, March 9th
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Feeling our way through each tricky situation, we strive to find our own path. Sometimes we turn away from our own best intentions. Other times we must step off the path that everyone expects of us. Occasionally, we find unexpected redemption. And sometimes we discover that we’re just not as smart as we thought. All toward simply finding your own way.
Join storytellers Steven Henegar, Ken Iverson and Kriya Kapping for tales along the way.

About the tellers:

Steven Hennegar

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Mid-westerner Steven Henegar celebrates the wonderful variety of stories we use to share our lives. He calls up the everyday and the fantastic to discover feelings and experiences that connect us all. The veteran performer and workshop leader blends the easy conversation of his family's storytelling with incisive imagery and word play shaped by a decade in the theater. Truth & Lies mined from a long life looking around.

Ken Iverson

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Ken Iverson loves how sharing a story can bring people together. From the moment he first attended a live storytelling by Jackson Gillman he knew he had to learn how to tell stories. He tells original stories, folktales and myths from around the world for audiences of all ages. He is a founding member of the Portland Storytellers’ Guild, and currently serves as its president. More info at:       

Kriya Kaping

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Kriya Kaping is a storyteller, multimedia creative director, and educator. She has worked regionally and internationally creating trainings and adult education initiatives, webinars, workshops, panels, and roundtables. She is a seasoned storyteller and facilitator who has collaborated on workshops for NW Creative & Expressive Arts Institute, Momentum: Conscious Movement, Drama Therapy Program, Antioch University in Seattle, and performed on stage with Portland Storytellers' Guild, Portland Story Theater, Story District (Speakeasy DC), and Living Stages. . 

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