"Year of the Adopted Family" book release

Monday, December 1, 2008

On the Web Officially: Covey Center for the Arts

The Grand Theater was reserved two weeks ago, though description for the "Family Famine: Hunger for Love" premiere went up today on the Covey Center for the Arts website.

At first I was promised the information would be posted by Wednesday, November 26th but I did not send the description until that day so it was understandable that it was not up until December 1st.

Instead of saying "I have the Covey Center for the Arts", I can say "Go to the Covey Center for the Arts site"!

People are able to reserve their seats online as well as by telephone and at the ticket booth.

This is what I submitted and can be found on Covey Center for the Arts website:

"I'd rather do this than watch 'American Idol'. I laughed, I cried, it moved me!"
--Amanda, Teenager from UT

"Spellbinding for everyone attending."
--Marilyn R. Lawrence, Davis County, UT

Join the world premiere narrative production recorded live starring professional storyteller Rachel Hedman, guest emcee/national storyteller Elizabeth Ellis as well as singer Holly Robison and accompanist/guitarist Joshua Payne.

Family life can starve when fed abuse and abandonment with stories that gnaw at the stomach. Then Rachel shares the feast of patience, humor and unconditional love through multicultural tales mixed with song and personal reflection. You are welcome to the table.

Minimum age: 8.

Light refreshments to follow.

You may follow the story development journey at the "Family Famine: Hunger for Love" blog at http://familyfamine.blogspot.com and join the support group on Facebook.

DVDs of the live show can be pre-ordered at a special rate of $15.00 (Normal $20.00). Contact Rachel Hedman at info@rachelhedman.com for more details.

About Rachel Hedman: As a recipient of the J.J. Reneaux Mentorship Grant given to one person a year on a national level, she has tapped into the techniques as taught by national storyteller Don Doyle while exploring her own style through sharing stories of family relationships within the lives of historical, mythical, and personal heroes. She pursues her Storytelling Masters from East Tennessee State University, though her involvment in the art started in 1994 as a sophomore high school student and on to her founding of the still active BYU Storytelling Club in 1997. Discover more at her website (www.rachelhedman.com), Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or the Professional Storyteller social network site.

Until we tell again,

Rachel Hedman
Professional Storyteller
Former Co-Chair of Youth, Educators, and Storytellers Alliance (2005-2008)
Tel: (801) 870-5799
Email: info@rachelhedman.com
Performance Blog: http://familyfamine.blogspot.com
Other places to find me: Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, Professional Storyteller

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