Donna Washington (pictured above), of North Carolina, and Pat Peterson, of Port Angeles will engage audiences with powerful, expressive storytelling in November.
Tuesday, November 13, 7 p.m., Port Townsend Library: Donna Washington (Donna only)
Saturday, November 17, 7 p.m.: Northwind Arts Center: Donna Washington & Pat Peterson
Stories are for general audiences, children welcome
Washington’s stories will cover topics of family, of race, and of love. Of her love stories, Washington writes, “Cheating husbands, disgusting hags, ice witches, carnivorous bridegrooms…love doesn’t always turn out the way you think it will. Come and spend an evening romping through some love and not so love stories that will make you laugh, shudder, shake your head and shout, Amen!”
“With each tale told, with every listener, comes the opportunity to entertain possibilities.”
Pat is a master storyteller from the Pacific Northwest. She tells to a wide variety of audiences from school assemblies to attorneys. Her performances and projects have included the Forest Storytelling Festival, Northwest Storytelling Festival, Young Author Conference, Elderhostel, City of Sea-Tac Oral History Project, Seattle Art Museum, Washington Literacy Association, and many more.