Stagebridge Performs at TELL IT ON TUESDAY
Tuesday, October 30 at 7PM
at the Marsh Berkeley.
The Marsh Berkeley
2120 Allston Way
Berkeley, CA 94720
• Susan Goldstein, My Trip to California
• Karin Werner, The Tell Tale Heart
• Abe Bernstein, The Discourager of Hesitancy
• Cynthia Cudaback, Hard Shells
• Ann Riley, The Story Spirits
MUSIC: Freddy and the Freeloaders
(Way Better then Your Average Jazz Band)
A B O U T T H E S T O R Y T E L L E R S
Freddy and the Freeloaders has been playing around the bay area for three years and the majority of the gigs we\’ve played have been in Marin County, Richmond, and the City.
Susan Goldstein moved to Los Angeles to go to college. When she came to Berkeley, she felt she was at last where she belonged. She has found another home at Stagebridge.
Karin Werner began a lifelong love affair with stories when she received her first library card in Cody, Wyoming. Many library cards later, she reaches back into myth and memory to create her own personal style. She is active with Pilgrim Tellers who tell epics and has appeared as Featured Teller in local swaps as well as many school and community venues.
Abe Bernstein is a writer, teacher, actor, and geezer who tells stories from time to time. Some are old, but unfamiliar, folk tales and ghost stories. Some are made up on the spur of the moment. Some are drawn from his life; of those, a few represent wishful thinking, a few are true, and a few, he hopes, are true stories that simply haven\’t happened yet.
After operating research vessels, getting a PhD in oceanography and teaching college for seven years, Cynthia Cudaback decided to combine her passions for science, exploration, teaching and storytelling. Her stories combine the mystery and myth of the ocean with personal experiences and real science. From gentle tales of love and longing to tall tales salted with sea spray, prepare to experience the ocean in all its moods.
Ann Riley has been telling stories ever since she needed her first alibi. She tells for Stagebridge, in schools, at the Asian Art Museum, and is on theboard of the Storytelling Assoc. of CA