Do you live in Cartwright, the Upper Lake Melville area, Rigolet, Hopedale or Nain? Are you interested in storytelling? Come join us for a free one-day workshop with storyteller Gary Green!
We will be in Rigolet on April 27; Hopedale, April 28; Nain, April 29; Happy Valley-Goose Bay, April 30; Cartwright, May 1.
If you’re interested, please get in touch with us!
Gary Green is a storyteller and author who has performed both inside and outside the province for a variety of groups ranging from youth camps to international conferences. Among the groups for which he has performed are the Cape St. Mary’s Performance Series, Battle Harbour Historic Trust, Canadian National Storytelling Conference, St. John’s Library Board, Schooner Tours, St. John’s Folk Festival and Trails, Tales and Tunes. Gary has performed on television as part of the series “Legends and Lore of the North Atlantic” and on several radio stations. He has performed in the international award winning productions “Inside Outside Battery” and “Foghorns and Heartbreak”. In addition, he has performed in the national “Tale of a Town” project. Gary has been a consultant for the use of storytelling in the interpretation of the Battle Harbour National Historic Site and is very active in developing and delivering a story-based interpretation of The Crow’s Nest Officers’ Club National Historic Site. Gary developed and operates two history-based story walks – “The Battle of Signal Hill” and “The First Escape”, a walk through downtown St. John’s based on the escape of a WWII German POW. He is a board member of the St. John’s Storytelling Festival, and a founding board member of the Soundbone Traditional Arts Foundation. Gary teaches storytelling at the Vinland Music Camp and is a regular performer at the St. John’s Storytelling Circle.