‘Jumping Gambalaya’ Storytellers Come to GSU

Professional storytellers Kucha and Baba Tony Brown will appear at Governors State University in “Jumping Gambalaya.” (PHOTO SUPPLIED)

University Park, IL–(ENEWSPF)– Storytelling is not just for children. Adults get the opportunity to enjoy the lively art of storytelling at Governors State University. “Jumping Gambalaya,” a program of stories performed by professional storytellers Kucha and Baba Tony Brown, will be on April 9, from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m., in the Hall of Governors. The program includes call and response, dialect. diverse stories, and folk tales.

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