Enjoyed or missed the live house concert? Receive ability to watch recording for up to two weeks from launch date…with closed captioning.
Experience through our YouTube unlisted link emailed to you. These dates vary from story artist to story artist. See below. Early ordering gives more time to view or to re-watch before the link “disappears.”
If you donated $15+ at a live house concert, you will also receive the unlisted YouTube link of that particular house concert.
See below the ones you can order so far: Bradley Mackay, and “Ode to Story” with Katherine and David Hurley and featuring Karl Behling.
Recordings in “The Vault” to be released with other Recordings several months down:
Kristen Clay with “From Underdogs to Champions”
Nannette Watts with “A Drop of English Blood”
Available to view through Unlisted YouTube link from November 1-14, 2020
Able to pre-order or purchase even on last day of November 14, 2020
Link taken down by November 14, 2020 Midnight MST
Theme: “The Woods are Lovely, Dark and Deep”
Pause with us to contemplate “the woods” with story artist Bradley Mackay. Explore the lovely, dark, and deep with stories from classical fairy tales, some new original pieces, and Bradley’s 2019 Timp Fest Hauntings finalist piece, “The Witch in the Stone Boat.” Bradley has been performing for many years including being featured at the Weber State University Storytelling Festival and chosen for the Story Crossroads Festival. His dramatic and theatrical tellings are engaging for people of all ages.
Ode to Story
Available to view through Unlisted YouTube link from February 1-14, 2021
Able to pre-order or purchase even on last day of February 14, 2021
Link taken down by February 14, 2021 Midnight MST
Theme: Ode to Story Under the Full Moon
Dress warm and huddle in your blankets as you have a traditional storytelling experience around a fire…yet still proper-distanced and masked. Storytelling gave hope and light during a dark and long winter. Award-winning youth teller Katherine Hurley will share a piece followed by history and symbolism of story during the long nights presented by David Hurley. Finally, we explore winter and the role of the storyteller through performances by long-time and engaging teller Karl Behling.
This was all first-rate! It was super interesting and very uplifting promise something that I think we all need these days.
— Elizabeth Gibson, about Kristen Clay’s performance