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House Concert Series

Take part in this house concert series to expand your experience as a person who loves the creative arts. Story Crossroads provides the professional storyteller who then performs at your house concert with superb delivery and flair.

Karl Behling

Friday, November 11, 2022, 7-8pm

Theme: Awe-Inspiring Tales…that Actually Happened

Karl Behling can tell you what really happened to people of our country that may or may not be shared in the history books. See how well you know these stories. Some of the best stories are the true ones.

Karl Behling is 37-year veteran elementary school teacher who has turned to the stage again and again. He teaches with the Department of Education for Weber State University. He is well-known and loved at festivals, community programs, and numerous storytelling events. 

Location: Groneman Home in Syracuse, Utah – INSIDE, exact address given upon registration

Mary Louise Hughes

Tuesday, December 13, 2022, 7-8pm

Theme: (Some of) My Favorite Christmas Stories

Mary Louise Hughes will address many emotions through Christmas tales from folklore, beloved literature, and family stories. All stories can have a happy ending when we consider the reason for the season.

Mary Louise began telling stories in 2018 to preserve personal and family history. She has expanded to other genres and performed professionally in regional storytelling festivals including Story Crossroads, Weber State University, Teton, Clinton, and Clearfield. Mary Louise is also a longtime performer of live Theater.

Location: Hughes Home in Salt Lake City, Utah – INSIDE, exact address given upon registration


Email or call/text Rachel Hedman at (801) 870-5799

Like to be a House Concert Host?

Then email or call/text Rachel Hedman at (801) 870-5799.

Like to perform for an hour of specialty and polished story material at a House Concert?

Then email and share your proposed idea and your qualifications.

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