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Saturday
21
APR

17th Annual Wesleyan Storytelling Festival

14:00
21:30

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Taylor Amphitheatre

2:00pm
Storytellers from the Macon community*: Nathan Dees, Judge Verda Colvin, Gordon Johnston, professor and director of the Creative Writing Program at Mercer University and writer-in-residence at Ocmulgee National Monument, Wesleyan Assistant Professor of Education Wendy Hamm, and Wesleyan Assistant Dean of Students for Diversity and Inclusion Tonya Parker
*Content might be offensive to some and not suitable for children

3:20pm
Eleven Wesleyan student storytellers

4:20pm
Andy Offitt-Irwin, an American storyteller, arts educator, singer-songwriter, and humorist. Born and raised in Covington, Georgia, he is equal parts mischievous schoolboy and the Marx Brothers, peppered with a touch of the Southern balladeer.
6:30pm
Caroline Herring is an American singer/songwriter who inspires audiences through her songs about injustice, hope, and perseverance. Herring’s career began in Austin, TX, when she won Best New Artist at the SXSW Austin Music Awards. Since then, she has recorded eight albums and for almost 20 years she’s toured throughout the United States and Europe.
7:50-9:00pm
Andy Offitt-Irwin will wrap up the evening with more stories and songs.