The Silk Road House continues live storytelling sessions which will bring you and your children on an imaginary journey to the magical world of fairy tales and epic stories once wildly popular along the historical Silk Roads.
This time, our distinguished guest, storyteller Tim Ereneta will tell the marvelous tale "Go I Know Not Whither, Bring Back I Know Not What" (recorded as “Shmat-Razum”).
Join us for a journey that will bring you across Asia and back, through a land where birds can become princesses, frogs can talk, and good fortune depends on invisible spirits.
Storyteller Tim Ereneta of Berkeley has shared fairy tales and forgotten fables in schools, museums, parks, on stages and around campfires. Before he became a storyteller, Tim's jobs included driving a school bus, writing plays, and leading backpacking trips for kids. He holds the world's record for the most performances of "Dino Doesn't Live Here Anymore," a musical about paleontology, performed at The Lawrence Hall of Science.
The event will take place at SRH on Sunday, December 7, at 1-3pm.
Silk Road House, 1944 University Ave., Berkeley, CA 94705 (between Milvia & Martin Luther King; enter by side door in passageway under black Zabu Zabu awning); e-mail: email@example.com; website: www.silkroadhouse.org; facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SilkRoadHouse; tel.: 510-981-0700.
Silk Road House events are sponsored by the Silkroad Foundation.