Raven Ravin' Misbehavin': A Program of Mischief, Independence... And One Bewildered Motorcycle Cop told by Beth Horner

Sponsored by Beth Millett

Saturday, March 8, 2014                                                 
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Frank and Katrina Basile Theater
Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
450 W. Ohio St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Advance Tickets - $20, Door - $25
Buy tickets on line, or call 317-232-1882.

StoryTellersBethHorton_ResizedBeth Horner is a spoken word artist renowned for her wit. Not only are her tales funny and sharply drawn, they also deftly bring together heart and humor. Beth's program focuses on family, freedom and a little naughtiness. Four wide-eyed children are treated to their father's rendition of Poe's "The Raven" as they drift to sleep; a songwriter fights city hall by changing a town's sewage policy; a woman on her way to her mother's hospital room finds herself careening through a barrier into a construction zone--and a bewildered motorcycle cop sums it all up in one simple word of advice.

To learn more about Beth visit www.bethhorner.com. Listen to her talk about the art of storytelling.

This performance is interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing.

Share and enjoy:

  • print.png
  • digg.png
  • linkedin.png
  • reddit.png
  • stumble.png

Powered by Etomite CMS. Web design and development by N-vent.com