Just a wonderful storyteller with beautiful and important stories to tell. I went with no motivation other than to fill time before the play I really wanted to see, and I was so glad I did. Still ruminating over the Civil War battlefield story about the theft of the dead man’s uniform.
So glad I got to see your last show. Thank you for bringing your stories and Southern charm all the way from Georgia -a delightful surprise.
Oh my. Oh my, oh my. What a captivating piece of storytelling! Beautiful writing and spellbinding performance. I was delighted to have caught this masterclass in the form I have so come to love. Storytelling at its very best.
I was held captivated by the stories in this charming presentation. My hunger and fatigue (5 shows that day) disappeared as the enchanting yarns unfolded taking me to familiar places where I had never actually been before. I recommend this play very highly and suggest that you give yourself a treat and attend while it’s at the S. F. Fringe.
A Night in Wilkes Ferry is a beautiful intimate show where I felt like I was on a porch in the summer listening to a spellbinding storyteller subtly impart teachings to me. Christina mentions To Kill A Mockingbird (as it is set in a town not too far away from Wilkes Ferry) and her show has that same kind of feel, where you see what it looks like (and doesn’t look like) to be a person who has integrity. So many images from this show will stay with me. Christina did the whole show from 2 chairs and I felt like I had traveled not only back in time with her but into the soul of Wilkes Ferry. A sleeper hit of the Fringe !
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