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.
Available to view through Unlisted YouTube link from October 1-14, 2020
Able to pre-order or purchase even on last day of October 14
Link taken down by October 14, 2020 Midnight MDT
Theme: “From Underdogs to Champions: How the Unlikely Won the Gold!”
Whether, it be a group of ragtag hardworking boys during the depression or a young Hungarian man with one arm; their dreams and struggles worked together to create unexpected champions. Come hear Kristen Clay share the stories of how these unlikely underdogs became gold medal Olympians.
Available to view through Unlisted YouTube link from October 15-29, 2020
Able to pre-order or purchase even on last day of October 29
Link taken down by October 29, 2020 Midnight MDT
Theme: A Drop of English Blood
Knowing who we are when the night is dark can lend stability when times are tough. Each drop of detail fills us with strength, drop by drop. Join us as performing artist Nannette Watts guides us through stories that are so specific, they become universal. Nannette Watts is co-director of National Youth Storytelling. She has told stories beyond each corner of Utah and in between.
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
Link taken down by November 14, 2020 Midnight MDT
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.
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