Eth-Noh-Tec, Olga Loya, Liz Warren and Priscilla Howe present
Going Deep Long Traditional Story Retreat
April 11-14, 2012, San Francisco, CA
Are you hungry for the depth and substance of a rich storytelling experience? Long traditional stories are like a hearty meal in a fast-food world. During Going Deep, an epic teller serves up a long story concert each evening. The next morning, workshop participants “go deep” into that story, exploring its themes, meaning and imagery with the teller. Afternoons are free. Evening concerts are at 7:30 p.m. Morning workshops are 9:00-12:00.
Eth-Noh-Tec Studio, 977 So. Van Ness Ave SF CA 94110, 415-282-8705 (please note: the venue is accessible by two staircases and shoes-off only).
Retreat fee (light breakfasts and lunches Thursday-Saturday, four concerts and three workshops)
$395 before Jan. 15, 2012, $475 after. Enrollment closed after Feb. 15. E-mail Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo about lodging options (lodging is not included in registration fee).
Tickets for individual concerts are also available to the public
$20 per evening, $15 each for three or more.
E-mail Priscilla Howe or call 785-331-6181 with questions.
Kojiki told by Eth-Noh-Tec Kinetic Story Theater
The First Branch of the Mabinogion – The Story of Pwyll and Rhiannon told by Mythic Crew (Liz Warren & John Good)
Mythic Crew blends music, language, proverb and story to evoke the Celtic bardic tradition for 21st century listeners. The First Branch introduces us to ancient concepts of the Otherworld and sovereignty while showing us how a proper medieval Welsh prince should behave.
Mahabharata: Hindu Epic told by Cathryn Fairlee
Well known to all Hindus, this is an ancient epic of the dynastic struggle between cousins, the 5 splendid Pandavas and the 100 scheming Kauravas. Full of myths, adventure, humor, and spiritual enlightenment, and three times longer than the Bible, this pilgrimage gives you its essence.
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