It’s TONIGHT. Watch me tell my story on The Moth Mainstage – LIVE STREAMED from the Historic Green-Wood Cemetery at 6:30pm Wed. 9/16. Tickets are only $15 and are available by clicking the BUY TICKETS button below.
Join Angela LIVE for this one-time only, online streamed event, “Close Encounters: The Moth Live streamed from Green-Wood Cemetery.
The only way to access the show is to watch it live, Wednesday, September 16, 2020, at 6:15 PM.
This is LIVE.
There will be no recording online.
There is no replay.
Join us as four beloved Moth storytellers share true stories, told liveagainst thelandscape of the historic and beautiful Green-Wood Cemetery. In a first-of-its-kind show for The Moth, this virtual Mainstage will be live streamed from Green-Wood as you – the audience – watch from the comfort of your home.
Join The Moth for a special virtual Mainstage livestreamed from the historic Green-Wood Cemetery. In a first-of-its-kind show for The Moth, attendees will watch from the comfort of their homes as four beloved Moth storytellers share true stories told live against the beautiful backdrop of Green-Wood Cemetery.
Please note: As this event will be livestreamed outside, in case of rain the show will be held the following day, Thursday, September 17th.
The Moth Livestreamed from Green-Wood Cemetery
6:15 PM EDT | Virtual Doors Open 6:30 PM EDT | Stories Begin
Angela Derecas Taylor
Directed by: Catherine Burns, Jenifer Hixson, Michelle Jalowski and Sarah Austin Jenness
Executive Producer: Sarah Haberman
Produced by: Michelle Jalowski and Chloe Salmon
US Time Zone Conversion
EDT – 6:15 PM Open | 6:30 PM Start
CDT – 5:15 PM Open | 5:30 PM Start
MDT – 4:15 PM Open | 4:30 PM Start
PDT – 3:15 PM Open | 3:30 PM Start
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Additional Information About the Venue
A livestream link will be sent to all ticket holders on the day of the show
It’s been awhile since I publicly read my short story “Crazy Joe” but the Italian American Writers Association 2nd Saturday open mic event at the Sidewalk Cafe on October 13th seemed like a good time to share how I learned to play Black Jack from Crazy Joe Gallo.
Hard to tell but that’s me up on stage, returnign to my both my Italian and Greenwich Village roots, reading a story about growing up in Angelina’s Restaurant, at the IAWA (Italian American Writers Association) Saturday open mic at Cornelia Street Cafe.
I was honored to be invited to tell my story Finding YiaYia: A Greek Tragedy to the NYSJC – New York Service and Justice Collaborative Fellows, and run a storytelling workshop for them down at The Oaks The New Dawn Foundation in New Rochelle last night.