Solo Speak

April Showers Bring…
With Shay Knorr 

April 29 | 7:30 pm–THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.  LOOK FOR NEW SHOWS TO BE SCHEDULED IN THE FUTURE.
Admission $20 at the door

Solo Speak is a personal story telling performance group.  This is the second story telling event. Shay Knorr started the project in Bend in 2013 producing story shows and teaching workshops.  Then it moved to Portland where in 2017/18 Shay produced a monthly show called “Nevertheless We Persist – Stories by Women”  which was very well attended.

Solo Speak’s mission is to be a forum for the sharing of personal stories for grown-ups. The art of storytelling can bring groups together, can bring understanding to people from different backgrounds and beliefs, can share pain and joy and let us know we are not alone.

Every cloud has a silver lining; It will all turn out Ok; April Showers Bring May Flowers.
These are sayings we use all the time… but are they true?  Does it all come out fine in the end?

Join Shay Knorr and other story tellers as they talk about how the positive turn on things worked in their lives OR not.

More details about the evening’s theme and participants to come.

About the Shay
Shay Knorr has been a professional actress since age 10 and a producer, director, singer, playwright, improvisational performer and artist for over 25 years.  The last few years brought her to the solo performing of personal stories after she wrote, directed, produced and performed in her own one woman show “Why Can’t I Marry the Cute Beatle” in 2008.  She then performed with Portland Story Theater in Portland, Oregon and fell in love with story telling.  Solo Speak was created out of that love and produces professional story telling shows and offers workshops for the novice performer.

UpcomingSolo Speak Series-CANCELLED

  • April 29, 2020
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Personal Storytelling with Shay Knorr.

Venue:  

Address:
594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita, Oregon, 97130, United States

Description:

Situated on the main street in Manzanita just a few blocks west of Highway 101, the Hoffman Center is located across the street from the North Tillamook Library.