Acclaimed storyteller Libby Franck, of Framingham MA, visits the Corner House Inn’s Storytelling Dinner Program on Thursday, May 4th. A favorite at the Corner House in recent years, Libby has performed widely throughout New England at venues such as Boston First Night, New England Folk Festival, Three Apples Storytelling Festival, as well as libraries, clubs, senior centers and historical societies.
On Thursday, May 4th Libby will tell two true stories of weddings in her family.
Three Weddings No Funerals:
The entanglement of the cast members in a college production of Midsummer Night’s Dream mirrors plot twists and magic of Shakespeare himself.
Here Come the Brides:
More family weddings in California and Washington D.C. involving University intrigues, championship figure skating and State Department Treachery.
Libby Franck of Framingham was formerly Natick’s Elementary School Librarian, host of the Cable Show Tales from Cricket Corner, and the OutSpoken Word. As she performs all over Metro West she frequently is not sure who she is – Julia Ward Howe of the 19th Century, Suffragist Josephine Collins of 1920, Lady Agnes Frankland of Colonial Hopkinton, or Dr. Van Waters running MCI Framingham in 1949.
Don’t miss this opportunity on May 4th to see one of New England’s premier storytellers! Storytelling Dinners continue every Thursday evening through the month of May at the Corner House in Center Sandwich. Dinner begins at 6:30 PM and the cost is only $21.95 per person. For more information and reservations contact the Corner House Inn at 284-6219 or online at firstname.lastname@example.org.