This weekend! (Feb. 23 and 24, 2019)
Check it out!!!
(Call me at 603-464-5119
if you need more info.)
Meet my fellow performers:
Phillips born in Michigan and living in New Hampshire is an author, teacher,
storyteller, and speaker. When she is not working at these, she is designing
quilts or volunteering with New Hampshire Storytelling Alliance and The
Franklin Studio, both nonprofit organizations
promoting art and community.
Lauretta's story for
Women Who Move America:
Sarah and her quilts will
take us with her
on the journey from a spirited
young girl to a strong spirit-filled woman. She will give us a little taste of life
during the 1860s and
share with us the quilts she made that kept her family warm and saved lives
during the war.
storyteller and author, Lorna has been telling stories professionally since
1985. She performs and presents in schools, libraries, museums, festivals and
conferences, runaway shelters, detention centers, residential treatment
facilities, theaters and community venues, among others. Her performancesinclude traditional and original stories,
occasionally with music and songs for all ages.
Lorna's story for
Women Who Move America:
Audiences will hear the story of the
Dress, as an Oklahoma woman reminisces her family farm, its loss
during the Dust Bowl, and her move west as a migrant worker to finally find salvation through
the kindness of a woman of wealth and willingness to share.
And I will perform my one-hour one-woman show called A Tale Of Two Rivers.
The story is based on compelling true tales of my unique experiences working with infants and children in New York City and in the orphanages of Romania. The story is unexpectedly riddled with humor and
compassion, yet touching and thought-provoking. You will meet some interesting characters,
My full-length book of the same name
willbe available for purchase
at the above event.
On Amazon, it's $14.95, unsigned.
If you pop me an email, I can send a signed copy to you for the same price or you can pick one up at any of my events or at my office. Any books pourchased in person will be signed and also discounted to $12.
This weekend! (Feb. 23 and 24, 2019)Check it out!!! (Call me at 603-464-5119 if you need more info.)
Stay tuned for book release events coming soon.
Sue also makes frequent appearances
on the second Tuesday
of each month at the
Central NH Storytelling Guild Monthly Meetings.
(Call 603-464-5119 early on the day of, to see if Sue will be there, weather and other factors pending.)
This starts at 7:00 P.M. at
Horseshoe Pond Place Senior Center
26 Commercial Street, Concord, NH (old Page Belting building).
Anyone and everyone is invited to attend these meetings. You are always encouraged to bring a guest or two.The storytellers get a chance to practice their new pieces or works in progress.When Sue is able to be there, she always brings a new tale to tell or a work in progress.
This is free.
*Sue McPhee, actress
and performing artist of the spoken word, is now offering her
one-hour self-written, self-performed one-woman show,
A TALE OF TWO RIVERS
(soon to be book!).
. This show is
based on compelling true tales of her unique experiences working with children
in New York City
and in the orphanages of Romania. The story is unexpectedly
riddled with humor and compassion,
yet touching and thought-provoking. You will
meet some interesting characters, for sure!
(This show is most appropriate for grown-ups
and anyone who can "listen like a grown-up.")
STAY TUNED FOR OTHER EVENTS AS THEY ARE PLANNED