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Master Storyteller Bill Harley

The Library and Storytelling Arts of Indiana invite adults, families and children for an afternoon of storytelling by two-time Grammy Award-winning performer Bill Harley. Harley is a nationally-touring, critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter, author, musician and monologist. He is considered to be among the best storytellers in the country for his celebrations of commonality and humanity through comic narrative songs and confessional spoken works. His work includes song and story collections for adults and a diverse mix of world music, reggae, blues, folk, rock, jazz, do-wop and more. Harley has authored eight children's picture books and two novels for preschoolers. His theater projects include "My Sarajevo," a full-length play set during the Bosnian war, and "Stickeen," a retelling of stories from the life of naturalist John Muir. Sales and autographing will follow the event to be held in Central Library's Clowes Auditorium.

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Date: Sun, Apr 9, 2017
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Central Library
Location Group: Central
Age Level: Children of All Ages, Adults, Families

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