The Moonshine Revival Tent: Revives Story Telling

Modern Storytelling

Two delightful Storytelling shows are running this weekend at 18th and Union, Why the Moon Hides his Face and All Her Earthly Days (and other American Fairy Tales) both by Bret Fetzer’s The Moonshine Revival Tent crew, which is a unique fusion of storytelling and a cappella choral singing. Written by the eloquent Bret Fetzer, his fairy tales take place in a world half-Appalachian, half-Dust-Bowl, where magic springs from coal mines and cigarettes, where there is always a morality, wit, superb writing, delightful singing and an excellent performance from Bret and singer Sari Breznau, Mike Gilson, Christine Longé and Jillian Vashro
Fetzer’s fairy tales are unique; he does not just update older fairy tales, but actually incorporates modern life into archetypal stores explaining why the universe is the way it is, and includes human foibles and morality.

Get your tickets now, for fun, laughter and a unique experience.

Why the Moon Hides his Face by Bret Fetzer produced by The Moonshine Revival Tent 18th and Union, 1406 18th Ave, Central District, Seattle 98112 ( Corner of 18th and Union) Sat 7:30 and Sun 3:00 Tickets

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