Storytellers Macon: Kings and Queens
Storytellers Macon: Live at The Grand Opera House
November 7: Kings and Queens
Your friends and neighbors speak their truth. For the past five years, Storytellers Macon has been asking people around Middle Georgia to tell their stories. The ritual has grown from front porches and bonfire tales to monthly open events at Grant’s Lounge, Amerson River Park, and now stART Up Studios. This limited series will bring the best stories back for a heightened presentation at The Grand, which will be recorded live for a new podcast series about the real-life souls in the city where soul lives.
The theme is Kings and Queens: Royalty can find a place in even the most ordinary of settings – or even inside our souls. Elevating yourself has little to do with a crown. The kings and queens in our lives carry their heads high with dignity and grace, above the fray of ugly feelings and self-doubt. In this show, we’ll say an enthusiastic YAAAS to the regal presence of queens on the runway, kings of the jungle, and the spectrum of monarchs queering the gender binary. Grab your sparkliest tiara and settle in for a night of stories.
The heartbeat of Georgia’s best stories!
The Grand Opera House values the health of our visitors and staff and is implementing a safety plan which includes social distancing, temperature checks, reserved seating and requiring face coverings. However, there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. Important details of your visit may be found here.
This program is supported in part by Georgia Council for the Arts through appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly and with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts. The Macon Arts Alliance Community Arts Programming and Projects (CAPP) is funded by Macon-Bibb County in order to advance the 2020 Cultural Master Plan for Macon, an important effort to bolster and increase arts programming and enhance the cultural vibrancy of our community.