Small crowd this Wednesday at Krill, for the first storytelling meeting of the year 2022, offered by the media library.
But no matter, the loupiots had a little more room than usual and Sharon Evans’ flying clouds were able to land on the Krill stage, as expected!
Sharon Evans was born in Philadelphia, barely out of adolescence, she left the United States with her guitar and a simple one-way ticket. She will pose it in France at the beginning of the 80s. It is thanks to music that she was able to travel, meet people, listen to stories and write. Going from troubadour to storyteller came naturally. She invests herself passionately in the search for stories and their origins, adapts them and appropriates them as much through writing as through music and singing.
This is how she staged her flying clouds for the counter to her little Krill spectators. And with her pretty accent which brings another personal touch, she evoked the spirit of the wind which brings her stories to the ears of children who, like them, are attentive. Besides, each chosen one has a spirit, the Indians know it well, a spirit that speaks and listens…
A nice introduction to the fertile Native American cultures, adapted to the little ones, funny and poetic nursery rhymes that everyone appreciated, commented on and applauded without counting!
The next storytelling meeting in the media library will take place at Krill on Wednesday February 9 at 3 p.m. and Inspector Toutou will be the star!