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March Guild Show

7:30pm Saturday, March 4th
Three storytellers speak of myths, kisses and near misses. All from that time we will just call “Earlier”. There is danger, longing, and chuckling involved.
Holly ebbs and flows in memories of forbidden kisses; Juliana overthinks and underestimates in the treacherous tides of online dating; Trish recounts her adventure at the confluence of coincidence and disaster.

About the tellers:

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Holly Robison

Holly Robison loves to help others find their voice through Storytelling. She has also found her written voice in the last year with an article and an original story being published in two books. Tomorrow's Storytellers Today & Covidology: Sharing life lessons from behind the mask

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Trish Anderson

Inveterate storyteller Trish Anderson loves to tell whimsical and surprising stories that scramble here-and-now with there-and-then, with a little once-upon-a-time thrown in for good measure.

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Juliana Person

No one was more surprised than Juliana Person herself when she made her storytelling debut by being selected from the audience to tell a 5-minute story during the intermission of a Portland Storytellers Guild show back in 2017.  She was instantly hooked and has been eagerly seeking out storytelling opportunities ever since, largely favoring personal tales.  Juliana lives in Newberg Oregon with her husband, their one human roommate, and two cat overlords. 

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