Ghost Stories With Kim Weitkamp: Tales and Tunes from an Award-Winning Storyteller
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The last date listed for Ghost Stories With Kim Weitkamp was Thursday August 9, 2012 / 8:00pm (Doors open at 7:00pm).
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Kim has a wonderful singing and speaking voice, but we were expecting to be gripping the seats, biting our nails, waiting to be scared by eerie ghost stories, and they were nice, not really scary (maybe we're too old to be scared!). We enjoyed her...continued
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Professional storyteller, humorist and musician, Kim Weitkamp performs songs and stories from her latest album of ghost stories, “Head Bone Rattles.” Kim Weitkamp.
Hard to describe, easy to enjoy. Kim is a humorist and storyteller who’s stories and songs bring joy to people all across America.
Kim is sought after storyteller, humorist and musician sharing her original stories and songs at theaters and festivals throughout the United States. One theater review stated, “Kim weaves the threads of her individual stories into a tapestry full of singular characters, fantastic situations, and heartfelt wisdom – all the best that a storyteller can offer” She has completed four audio collections and has enjoyed airplay on Sirius XM radio and NPR affiliate stations. Her latest CD, Penny Candy Love, has received two Storytelling World Awards.
Weitkamp is the National Youth Storytelling representative for the Commonwealth of Virginia, the President of the Virginia Storytelling Alliance and Founder of the Wrinkles Project, a national campaign to raise awareness of the national treasure that we possess in the form of life stories from folks within our elder communities. Her work in the area of Story in Peace Studies has resulted in collaborations with the Center for Peace at Virginia Tech and the Peace by Piece Project with the Conflict Resolution Center and the Taubman Museum of Fine Art. Her work in this area resulted in a nomination for the 2008 Governors Awards for the Arts.