Now let me tell you a little story. Years ago, a storyteller in Denton decided he wanted to put on a storytelling festival. Well, that Dentonite did and that inaugural festival sparked a fire in all those who participated in the event. It wasn’t long after that they decided to form a group, and they called their group the Tejas Storytelling Association. Their mission – to foster the appreciation of storytelling as an oral tradition and as a performing art. Thirty years later and the Texas Storytelling Festival is four-day festival packed full of events. There are workshops, a liars contest, a place where you can hear ghost and sacred tales, a Saturday Kids’ Day, and evening concerts for adults. The festival runs March 12 through March 15 at the Denton Civic Center. For this Big Deal win a pair of tickets to the Saturday, March 14 evening concert, Timeless Tales, Treasured Tellers with featured Festival Tellers: Elizabeth Ellis, James Ford, Gayle Ross and Barbara McBride Smith. Get there early and see the pre-show concert with David Goodroe.
Don’t slap a “The End” tag to this story just yet. Go ahead and sign up for our other Big Deals this week – tickets to see the Church Basement Ladies in The Last (Potluck) Supper at the Eisemann Center in Richardson, or tickets to the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation’s Lone Star Fest in Richardson.
PLEASE NOTE: Only Art&Seek e-newsletter subscribers can win the Big Deal. If you are not a subscriber take care of that first, then sign up below for a chance to be regaled by storytellers in the “Timeless Tales, Treasured Tellers” evening concert at the Texas Storytelling Festival.