House Concert Series

Take part in this house concert series that expands your experience as a person who loves the creative arts. Storytelling itself could be new to you or this may be an art form celebrated daily at your home.

Featured Teller of Monday, August 2, 2021–

Mo Reynolds

Theme: “Folk Tales: This Time it’s Personal” 

Mo Reynolds is a storyteller from Eureka Montana. If you don’t know where that is, just head to Canada. The last American pit stop you can make will be in Eureka. Don’t forget the bear spray. Mo has been spinning stories for five years, finding a special niche in weaving together personal stories and folk tales. This creates a delightful combination that not only entertains but opens us up to see old stories in new ways–both the folk and fairy tales we’ve heard before, and the stories we lived through and live with. Mo performs all over Montana and has been featured at storytelling festivals around the country and the internet world. You can learn more about her at her website, www.moreynolds.com. Come out for a wonderful night of stories, fun, connection, and joy. 

Location: Steinmann Home in West Jordan, Utah – outside, exact address given upon registration

Featured Teller of Friday, August 13, 2021–

Randel McGee as Hans Christian Andersen

Theme: “Hans Christian Andersen: The Man and his Tales” 

The world beloved storyteller Hans Christian Andersen lives again in Randel McGee’s portrayal and performances. Audiences of all ages can have the experience of hearing Andersen’s lively tales, told as he would tell them: with humorous comments, lively actions, different voices, and amazing cut paper designs – made as the stories unfold. Randel McGee portrays Andersen in period costume and with a slight Danish accent. https://mcgeeproductions.com/

Location: Jessop Home in Orem, Utah – outside, exact address given upon registration

  • Masks are encouraged/welcomed though not required.
  • We do need a signed waiver of liability and indemnity agreement that is part of the registration process or when you arrive the day-of if not already completed. A copy of it is below for your benefit.
  • Please use the facilities before you leave.  If you need to use the facilities, one is available though you must wipe down and disinfect upon usage.
  • Suggested donation is $15/person or $25/household.
  • RSVP Required for one of the 30 spots.
  • You can donate beyond your registration here: http://www.paypal.me/storycrossroads

My husband and I had a wonderful enjoyable evening. It was so much fun to be outside and have the chance to be around people again, but at a safe distance. – Elizabeth Gibson, attendee

Email info@storycrossroads.org or call/text Rachel Hedman at (801) 870-5799

Like to be a House Concert Host?

Then email info@storycrossroads.org 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 info@storycrossroads.org and share your proposed idea and your qualifications.