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ETSU’s Brown Hall Auditorium
TUESDAY, NOV. 12 – Elizabeth Ellis is a versatile teller of Appalachian and Texas tales and stories of heroic American women, as well as vivid personal stories. Mary B. Martin School of the Arts is bringing Ellis’ “Telling the Silence” to ETSU Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. in ETSU’s Brown Hall Auditorium. In this “heavy and humorous” performance explores, Ellis explores the ways “we, especially women, allow ourselves to be silenced,” she says. A former resident of the Johnson City, Tenn., area, Ellis has entertained hundreds of thousands of listeners at schools, universities and festivals in her 25-year career as a storyteller. Among many honors, she was selected as a “Listener’s Choice” at the 30th Anniversary National Storytelling Festival. Tickets for “Telling the Silence” are $15/10/5. For information or tickets, call 423-439-TKTS (8587) or visit www.etsu.edu/martin.