Date(s) - 02/07/2015
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Greeley Hill Community Hall
Storytelling is not just for kids anymore! The Friends of the Red Cloud Library is pleased to announce that our very talented Leslie Scatchard will be returning to Greeley Hill to present a special Storytelling Performance as a fundraiser for the library. For those of you who have not had the pleasure of attending one of Leslie’s prior performances, you will be in for a real treat.
Ms. Scatchard has been performing in one way or another for most of her life. She is best known to some in this area as the director of the “Greeley Kids Theatre Company” that turned the Greeley Hill Community Club into a theater several times a year between 1998 and 2005. Many kids and teens were given the opportunity to perform in a variety of plays which were always well attended by our local residents.
Leslie now lives in Petaluma, CA and has turned her attention to storytelling. Her specialty is telling true stories and she is a six time winner of Petaluma’s West Side Stories which is a monthly event based on the format of the famed Moth in NYC. Leslie is multi-talented in the performing arts and her dramatic stories are a pure delight for adults.
“Leap” is Leslie’s second one-woman show. This show takes a look at Leslie’s twisted personal journey through a marriage, dealing with giant spiders, strange food cravings, and small Mexican villages, that eventually led her back to her true self. In true “Leslie style”, it is humorous and poignant and everything in between. This show is meant for audiences 16 and above.
Please join us on Saturday, February 7th 2015 at 5pm at the Greeley Hill Community Center located at 10332 Fiske Road in Greeley Hill. You are encouraged to bring your favorite appetizer or finger food to share as we enjoy this entertaining evening. Your generous donation of any amount will be your admission – however, no one will be turned away. We hope to see you there!