Connecticut Storytelling Festival and Conference, April 26 & 27, 2024

Join us for a weekend of enchantment and enlightenment as we explore the power of storytelling to inspire, educate, and unite us all.

• Hear tales of life, love and the supernatural from British Indian storyteller Peter Chand.
• Laugh with Vijai Nathan, one of the leading Indian American female comedians.
• See Rona Leventhal’s  “The Prince of Pirates and the Witch of Wellfleet”.
• Live history as Kevin Johnson portrays an African American Civil War soldier in “The Life and Times of William Webb”
• Explore current issues with Bonnie Gardner about the challenges and joys of international adoption, and of loving a child through their ‘coming out’ and ‘transitioning’.
• Rejoice in human and cultural diversity with Leeny Del Seamonds, who shares her Cuban American sense of humor with Latinx passion, fire and wit.
• Enjoy musical transitions with Oz Morse, a musician and songwriter who takes inspiration from many genres and artists, from Zappa to Hancock, and specializes in psychedelia/fusion. 
The festival will be held in several downtown locations: All Souls Unitarian Universalist Congregation (Jay Street), The Thames Club (State Street), and the Public Library of New London (Huntington Street).

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