Posted by: Through the Eyes of Women | August 15, 2011

August 15, 2011 Host Corinne Frugoni Presents Part 2 of Storytelling with MaryGay Ducey.

MaryGay Ducey

MaryGay Ducey travels the country teaching and telling stories through performances and workshops, then returns home to the children who know her best as their librarian. MaryGay grew up in New Orleans and moved to Berkeley in 1967. The Bay Area’s shifting social landscape and New Orleans sense of play have created an artist who relishes diversity and honors the importance of stories in family life. Her performances of contemporary and traditional tales have been described as full of wit, but aimed directly at the heart. Named one of Berkeley’s Distinguished Women, MaryGay has told stories from the Smithsonian Institution to San Quentin and has appeared at the National Storytelling Festival and on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.

 Northcoast Storytelling Festival

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