Humanities Project: Fran Stallings to Share Old and Modern Wonders of Japan at CCC on Feb. 5th

Fran Stallings

Fran Stallings is an American storyteller for people of all ages. She has performed at national and international storytelling festivals, in schools and libraries, and on the radio. She performs primarily folktales from around the world. She has produced several audio recordings and books of stories.  She conducts workshops, residencies, and festival performances throughout the United States and overseas.

During Fran's many trips to Japan to share her own repertory of world stories, she has learned the folktales and treasured traditions of old Japan which she will bring to us. She will also tell about modern life in that high-tech country such as digitally controlled houses, 200 m.p.h. trains, and more wonders. 

Fran will perform at Coffeyville Community College on Feb. 5 as part of the Humanities Project. The public is invited to the 10:30 a.m. Tuesday humanities performances at CCC.  The performances are free and held in the Spencer/Rounds Performing Arts Theatre.

For more information about the humanities project at CCC, please call 620-251-7700, ext. 2166.