About Tim and Leanne
Seven Days says ..
"Damned entertaining... all were captivated...Tim Jennings and Leanne Ponder are simply Vermont treasures; hearing their stories never grows old."
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Our Vermont foliage/halloween Vampire Princess tour is complete. We did 13 performances this time round, starting on the Friday the 13th of September and ending Sat 11/2/13. Venues included •North End Studio A, Burlington • Rootswork, East Warren • Shelburne Farms Harvest Festival • Buch Spieler Music, Montpelier • Art House, Craftsbury •First Universalist Parish, Chester • Basin Harbor Harborween, Vergennes • Ilsley Library, Middlebury • Essex Junction Pumpkin Festival • Frog Hollow Vermont State Craft Center, Burlington • Grindstone Cafe/Green Mountain Books, Lyndonville.) The shows were hot, audiences were warm, a good time was had by all.
"Tales to Warm the Heart of Winter," featuring such audience favorites as The White Bear, St. Ailbe's Wolf Mother, and The Wonderful Pot. So far, we're at Hawk Mountain Resort, Trapp Family Lodge, Burlington First Night, and very likely The Bridges (at Sugarbush).
Looking further ahead, mid-September 2014 we head south to headline the StoryFusion Festival in Bethlehem PA. We're looking for additional shows in the area and en route (either through NY or CT) and can offer very attractive rates for appearances that work within our schedule.
Video: performance & inteview
From CCTV, in Burlington.
For some reason it's been hard to make good TV out of our storytelling, but we think this Channel 17 story broke through, really catching the visual elements and rhythms and nuances that help make an old tale swing. We like the interview too, all the way to the end, but of course we're interested in that stuff, maybe more than most people.
Seven minutes of storytelling, followed by 30 minutes about what we think we're up to.
Watch full-screen by clicking the little button next to the audio control on the lower right of the embedded player.
"Four Friends and a Tiger," about 7 minutes, followed by a thirty minute interview.