Suitcase Stories, a collaboration between Massmouth and the International Institute of New England (IINE), honors the contributions of refugees and immigrants throughout the region through the timeless art of live storytelling. Local, foreign and U.S.- born residents perform first-person stories on themes of refugee resettlement and immigrant integration.
Stories from the Stage illustrates the power of real stories told by masterful storytellers. Be a part of a live audience as public television station WGBY records the amazing on-stage performances of eight multicultural storytellers from around the Valley. The performers, selected by Valley Voices Story Slam's creator Academy of Music Theatre
WGBH and massmouth have teamed up to produce an exciting new event series we're calling Stories from the Stage.
Summer nights always end up with a good story to be told. Circle around our imaginary campfire at WGBH Studios in Brighton on June 7, and listen to some crazy summertime adventures! This is one that's sure to sell out, so get your tickets now.
Excited to be back teaching at the Flynn. Open to storytellers of all levels interested in learning the art of telling first-person, live stories on stage!
The class includes a field trip to a live StorySlam and final performance at the Flynn!
TEDxStowe is a rare opportunity to celebrate and connect with our Vermont community through big ideas. Some of our most pioneering residents, unique thinkers and inspiring story tellers will take to the stage to provide a window into Vermont today. TEDxStowe is a place to learn about our neighbors and to celebrate those who are striving to innovate, to unite and to lead in a variety of fields. Additionally, it is an important opportunity to shed light on those areas where we can grow and improve as a community in order to better pursue a common vision. Join us!
For 30 years, the Intervale Center has been sharing stories. Stories of Abenaki farmers and English settlers, stories of the land, stories of farmers, both young and old, stories of renewal, and stories of hope. Now, we want to hear your stories. For the 30th anniversary of the Intervale Center, we are inviting the community members who make our work possible to share their personal Intervale stories.