This Full Circle season finale will be held on Saturday, June 4th in the Transition Gallery on the first floor of Summit Artspace located at 140 E. Market St. • Akron, OH as part of the Downtown Akron Artwalk. This event will feature live music, art and wine available for sale. Doors at 6:30 PM, Performances begin at 7 PM.
Tickets are $15.00 and available at the door or online at www.watheatre.com/fullcircle. Pay-what-you-can tickets available at the door. For more information please call 330.612.3090 or email [email protected].
ABOUT THE EVENT:
Throughout the past year, Wandering Aesthetics and The Akronist have teamed up to produce eight Full Circle Storytelling events – each revolving around a theme and the idea: everyone has a story.
From these storytelling open mics, ten storytellers were chosen to perform at Full Circle Storytelling: Collected Works. Each storyteller worked one-on-one with Storyteller Kyle Jozsa to further craft their TRUE stories and hone their technique. Stories range from heart wrenching to hysterical – and everywhere in-between!
Bart Sullivan – Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Story Title: “You Never Forget”
Emily Durway – Akron, OH
Story Title: “Walking on Ice”
Chris Miller – Akron, OH (North Hill)
Story Title: “My Week Without Brubeck”
Robert Hernandez – Akron, OH
Story Title: “Drinkin’ Buddies”
Jessica Lofthus – Akron, OH (Highland Square)
Story Currently Untitled
Benjamin Rexroad – Coventry, OH (Portage Lakes)
Story Title: “S**t Happens”
Thomas Skala – Akron, OH (Downtown)
Story Title: “Singles Awareness Day”
Nici Romo – Stow, OH
Story Title: “My First Time”
Richard Harrison – Stow, OH
Story Title: “Oranges and Lemons”
Kyle Jozsa – Akron, OH (2016 Akron Area Arts Alive Award for “Outstanding Theater Artist”)
Story Title: “The Day that Snoopy Died”
FULL CIRCLE STORYTELLING MISSION STATEMENT:
A monthly open mic for community storytellers. Telling their own true tales, Akronites are placed at the center of their own life journeys. Based on the work of Joseph Campbell, we use narrative to ignite understanding between diverse peoples, building bridges– not walls– within our community.
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