Story Barn: A Sense of Place

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Date: November 3, 2022
Time: 7:00 pm
–9:00 pm

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As part of our Discover Greenwich” series of programs, join us for Story Barn, a long-standing Historical Society tradition that celebrates the fine art of sharing our personal histories. Funny, touching and uplifting, Story Barn sessions always leave the audience feeling the warmth of our clever and insightful community. Led by Master of Ceremonies, Bonnie Levison, the evening features stories based on the theme “A Sense of Place.” Bring friends and family to enjoy a memorable evening of sharing and connection while listening to community members tell their stories.

Each storyteller shares a short true story on the theme “A Sense of Place”. Stories use this theme as a starting point but it does not have to be taken literally. Do you have a story to tell? No prior storytelling experience is needed. Anyone who is interested in participating as a featured storyteller please contact Stephanie Barnett at sbarnett@greenwichhistory.org. Storytellers will meet with Bonnie Levison in advance to prep for the event.

Bonnie Levison has worked as a marketing executive at Young & Rubicam and NBC. She co-founded The Nantucket Comedy Festival in 2008 and produces a variety of comedy shows. Bonnie is a storytelling coach for The Moth, a series of worldwide events in which participants tell their stories to packed crowds without notes on stage.