Spooky (But Not Too) Scary Stories

Saturday, 10/15: 11:00 a.m.
Children, families
Library Auditorium

Master Storyteller Jonathan Kruk brings children tales for Halloween! They'll meet the witch who puts happiness into Halloween, see “Rolly-Head” and go on a spooky interactive walk with the “Old Lady Who is Not Afraid of Anything. They will listen, laugh and leap! There's no violence nor gore, just fun, spooky tales!

About Jonathan Kruk
Master storyteller Jonathan Kruk earned a B.A. in English from Holy Cross College and an M.A. in Education from New York University. He studied creative drama in England, got coaching at H.B.Studios by Bill Hickey, and performed Ritual Urban Theater with Gabrielle Roth and the Mirrors. Telling tales to his kid brother, lead to an epiphany; children love listening to tales told live, thus launching a full time career in storytelling.

Every year he enchants at hundreds of schools, libraries, historic sites, and festivals. Best known for his solo shows of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” and “A Christmas Carol,” he's been featured on The Today Show, The Travel Channel, CBS Sunday Morning, and the BBC and has performed for the New-York Historical Society, the Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum, Pete Seeger’s Clearwater Fest, the NYS Reading Teacher’s Association, NYS PTA Conference, the Nassau County Museum, the Greater Hudson Heritage Network, Met-Life, and Pepsico.

This program is made possible with support from the White Plains Library Foundation.
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