Welcome! We are glad to announce the return of Stories in Concert for the 2012 season. You may wonder: where have we been?
A little history: Stories in Concert first began in Lehi, Utah in 2004, with the help of The Lehi Arts Council and President Jean Hatch. We debuted at Lehi’s Olympic Park, just southeast of the Jordan River, before moving to Wines Park, in the middle of the city, in 2005. In 2007, we changed venues to the wonderfully wooded and nicely secluded American Fork Amphitheater across from the beautiful Mt. Timpanogos Temple, under the umbrella of the American Fork Arts Council (Lori Edlund, President). Now, in 2012, we plan to perform our legendary Sleepy Hollow in the Logan/Cache Valley area.
Of course, we still have the same mission: connecting families to great literature through an extraordinary storytelling experience. In the words of one guest, “Stories in Concert … brings families together through an entertaining experience, a festival, lots of fun things—and they’re secretly learning.” Best of all, it actually works. As one mother said, “We came from the show and looked up the story and we read the story.”
We hope your family is inspired, too. See you at the show!