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Storyteller Susan Stone

1320 Wesley Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201
Phone: (847) 712-2844
Email: susan@susanstone-storyteller.com
Web: http://www.susanstone-storyteller.com
Contact: Susan Stone

Award-winning storyteller shares Jewish folklore, Chasidic and personal tales at schools, festivals, services and simchas. Susan tells stories to enlighten, entertain and illuminate the human condition. Performances, workshops, for adults and families. Most recently she has been featured at festivals in Warsaw, Lodz, and Lublin, Poland. Funny, poignant and mystical. She also performs with a Muslim and a Christian Woman in a show called: "Sisters of Story" www.sistersofstory.weebly.com Funding can be provided from the IL Arts Council.

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