Stone Soup Storytelling at the Williamston Theatre
The Williamston Theatre is thrilled to announce the newest part of its Entertainment Stimulus Package, “Stone Soup Storytelling.” On Saturday, May 9, the Williamston Theatre will open its doors for a concert of story and song featuring Dawn Daniels – a singularly compelling experience for adults and children ages 5 and up.
Dawn Daniels is noted as a radiant artist of the spoken and sung word devoted to creating an entertaining, transformative, and empowering experience for her listeners. A seasoned actor, vocalist, director, writer, teacher and counselor, Dawn brings all of her gifts to storytelling. She has performed for audiences of all ages in venues ranging from stage to pulpit to classroom to campfire, from the East Coast to her native Midwest including The Detroit Institute of Arts, Alma College, the Ypsilanti Heritage Festival and the East Lansing Public Library. Dawn’s performances are an eclectic weaving of stories and songs drawn from a wide-ranging repertoire of world folklore, literary classics, sacred works, mythology, legend, fairy tale, and original creations. Stone Soup Productions is a cultural arts enterprise dedicated to the creation, presentation, and promotion of quality story art for the purpose of inspiring individual and community growth, transformation, and empowerment.
“Stone Soup Storytelling” will be held on four Saturdays from 11am-noon: April 25, May 9, June 13 and July 11. Each concert will be a unique set of stories and songs. The cost is $5.00 per person at the door. Please note seating is limited and will be on a first come first serve basis. Doors open at 10:30am.Share