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November 1995, Victoria Crossing, St. Paul, MN, & January 1996, The Cutting Board, Marshall, MN
• Eve Blackwell, "Lucille's Bargain Boogie" & "In The Temple of Aphrodite"
• Lynn Cross, "Betty's Backyard Circus"
• Carla Vogel, "Freeing Miss Liberty"
March 1996, The Grand General Store and Cafe, & May 1996, Avalon on Grand, St. Paul, MN
• Eve Blackwell, "What's Wrong Here" & "The Marilyn Address"
• Josh & Diane Wirtschafter, klezmer music and Yiddish folk songs
• Lynn Cross, "Betty's Blues"
• Jay Druskin, original songs
• Carla Vogel, "Purim in Reno"
Nov. 1996, the Curry Leaf Deli, St. Paul, MN
• Dean Magraw and Heather Jansz, songs of Sri Lanka
• Eve Blackwell, "Reflections of Aphrodite"
• Lynn Cross, "Autumn Poem"
• Carla Vogel, "My Father's Clock," story
March 1997, Cahoots Coffee Shop, St. Paul, MN
• Eve Blackwell, "What's Wrong Here"
• Josephine Griffith and Sean Glidden, music
• Lynn Cross, "Betty's Blues, Part II"
• Carla Vogel, "Purim in Reno"
December 1997, the Linwood Community Center, St. Paul, MN
• Chris Kozachek, flamenco dancing
• Cesar Cruz, Guatemalan songs
• Eve Blackwell as Marilyn
• Lynn Cross, " Princess Diana at Cub Foods," poem
• Carla Vogel, "The Fish Collector"
• Mohamed Dukuly, acrobatic tap
March 1998, Linwood Center
• Eve Blackwell as A Certain Blond Actress
• Shura Volovetz, songs
• Lynn Cross, "Nadine the Humor Queen"
• Stefanie Levi, poetry
• Eve Blackwell, story in progress
• Margot O'Dell, middle eastern dance
• the Jewish Singing Circle (Karahod)
June 1998, Linwood Center
• Eve Blackwell, "The Caring, Sharing, Psychic Feminist Theater Encounter Support Group"
• Meg Burdett-Miura, songs
• Lynn Cross, "In the Temple of Vesta"
• Carla Vogel, "Stella's Story"
• The Navel Academy Dancers, Beautiful Belly Dances
• K. George Kearney, poems
October 1998, Linwood Center
• Eve Blackwell, "Amanda's Autumn Tale," story
• Jeff Davis, songs
• Carla Vogel, "My Father's Clock," story
• Anne Treien, songs
• Chris Shillock, poems
• Mohamed Dukuly, acrobatic dance
December 1998, Linwood Center
• A staged reading of Eve Blackwell's one-act, Stargazing at the Maple Hill Mall, with Eve Blackwell, Lynn Cross, Alfred Harrison and Mary Jo Knapsten
• Stefanie Levi, poems and songs
• Kathleen Richardson, "Consumption: A Puerto Rican Tale of Rejection and Redemption," story
• Agnes Smuda and Carolyn Campfield, magical music
January 1999, Linwood Center
• Eve Blackwell as Lucille Bjornsted, Queen Megashopper of the Decade
• Carla Vogel, "The Rebirth of Esther Pinkel," story
• Amanda Siegel, Jewish and Yiddish songs
• Lynn Cross, Poems of Darkness and Light
• Agnes Smuda, Carolyn Campfield and Molly Culligan, The Christmas Dragonfly Canto
• Eve Blackwell, "Sven Finds a Bit of the Other," story
• Estrella Lucia, flamenco dancing, with Michael Hauser on guitar
March 1999, Linwood Center
• Carla Vogel,"Purim in Reno"
• Stefanie Levi, folk songs
• Eve Blackwell, "In the Temple of Aphrodite"
• Fletcher Schwartz, "Reality Shifts," story
• Kathleen Richardson, "A Mexican/Jamaican St. Patrick's Special Trapped in Classic Xmas Rappings--Home    Dogs, Home Boys and a Ho-Ho-Homey Christmas," story
• Mary Devitt, Irish songs
April 1999, Linwood Center
• K. George Kearney, stories
• Matt Allen, folk songs
• Lynn Cross, in "Falling In Love Again," with Marlene
• Eve Blackwell, "What's Wrong Here"
• The Jewish Singing Circle (Karahod)
• Theater Improv with InterPlay
June 1999, the C.S.P.S. Hall (Sokol Minnesota), St. Paul
• Carolyn Kolovitz, excerpt from GirlyWorld
• Greg Ruud, "Pearls of Wisdom, Pearls of Rage," a performance piece
• Andre Heuer, "Slurping Tea," story
• Aiyana Ruggiero, "Waking as a Man," story
• Kathleen Richardson, "Soul Baby: A Bittersweet Tale of Love in the Nineties," story
• Bridget Borer, tunes
• a display of the paintings and writings of Barrie Smeeth, Coming to an Edge
October 1999, Sokol Minnesota
• Lynn Cross, performance piece from the collection in progress, Millennial Dietrich Rides Again
• Meg Burdett-Miura, jazz tunes
• Eve Blackwell, "Margaret Meets the Dance," story
• Ken Bengtsson, A Vision of the Future, dance piece
• Shirley Dahlin, "A Tale of the Lost and the Found," story
• Agnes Smuda, Lullabies for Grownups, an original song collection
• John Burnham, "Fretless in Fifteen," a musical fantasy
December 1999, Sokol Minnesota
• Carla Vogel, "The Kynyshyn Club," story
• Margaret Lovejoy, "Don't Need No More Christmas," story
• Sarah Carl, interpretive dance
• Eve Blackwell appearing as Marilyn Monroe
• John Huth, a memoir
• Heidi Arneson in "Bitch on Fire" (excerpt)
• a display of the mixed media paintings of Laura Donovan, Nature's Untamed Whispers
January 2000, Sokol Minnesota
• Julie Kallio, story
• Amanda Seigel song
• Kate Rubio, story
• Eve Blackwell, novel excerpt
• Sarah Carl, dance
• John Burnham, music
March 2000, Sokol Minnesota
• Carla Vogel, in "My Cuntry 'Tis of Thee"
• Agnes Smuda, songs
• Nothando Zulu, stories of women
• Julie Goldstein, "Marie Jolie," story
• Jean O'Gorman, "Chaucer Takes the Rap," poem
• Eve Blackwell, "In the Temple of Aphrodite"
• a special showing of art by Vicki Stevens
April 2000, Sokol Minnesota
• Eve Blackwell, a reading from her new novella, The Princess Passes
• Lei Li, Chinese and Japanese songs
• Carolyn Kolovitz, solo performance
• Fletcher Schwartz with droll tales about dolphins in outer space
• Carla Vogel, "Why I Moved to Minneapolis and How I Fell in Love with an Anarchist," a memoir
• Ken Bengtsson, "Heavenly Father," dance piece
June 2000, Sokol Minnesota
• Karolyn Redoutey, original poems
• Nancy Olson, original music on guitar and dulcimer
• Lynn Cross, "A Schoolyard Rebellion," a memoir
• Eve Blackwell, "JoAnn Fights the Low Cloud Cover," short story
• Amanda Seigel, Yiddish songs
September 2000, Sokol Minnesota
• LeNor Barry, Healer: With a Twist, songs
• Joy Gordon and Bruce Murray, Stories of the Grandparents
• Carla Vogel telling a modern legend of bouquet madness
• Eve Blackwell in a special appearance of a certain charming, alarming blond woman
• Nancy Olson, original music
• Lynn Cross, "Poems My Grandmother Never Wrote (And Questions She Never Answered)"
• Eve Blackwell, excerpts from 513 North Second Avenue West, a memoir
• gallery viewing of paintings by James Marazzo, A Garden of Women's Portraits
October 2000, Sokol Minnesota
• Carla Vogel, "The Rebirth of Esther Pinkel," story
• Amanda Seigel and her band Mazel, Yiddish folk songs
• Andre Heuer, story
• Eve Blackwell, excerpt from her novel, Bow to the Queen
• Rita Speltz, songs and guitar inventions
• Brad Magerkurth, poems
December 2000, Sokol Minnesota
• Nancy Olson, original folk music
• Lynn Cross in "Betty's Backyard Circus" (reprise)
• Trike, the band, original music
• Heidi Arneson and Colin Rusch, performance/dance
March 2001, Sokol Minnesota
• Eve Johnson, "Margaret Meets the Dance," a modern fairy tale
• Beth Johnson, original songs and piano improv
• Carla Vogel, "Purim in Reno," a reprise
• Lynn Cross, "Requiem for a Queen," from Millennial Dietrich Rides Again
• Amanda Siegel, Yiddish songs
• Eve Blackwell, "What's Wrong Here" (reprise)
April 2001, Sokol Minnesota
• Kay Kirscht, "The Lady of Shalott," story
• Vicki Keck and Cialuna, "The Beshrt Poem," dance performance
• Rita Speltz, original songs
• John Burnham, songs and poetry
• Dennis Wynne and Pam Parker, traditional country songs and sing-along
May 2001, Sokol Minnesota
• Cecilia Schiller, "My Phantom Husband"
• Nancy Cox, songs
• Danielle Daniel, magical tales
• Melissa Spurbeck, dance
• Eve Blackwell, reading
• Jennifer J. Holt, original songs, with accompanist Rebecca Katz
September 2001, Sokol Minnesota
• Carla Vogel, "The 24-Hour Challah House," story
• Miriam Colvin, dance
• Kathryn Schuler, with Barbara Parks, "Innocent Chaos," story
• Eve Blackwell, "The Mystery House," story
• Nancy Cox and Kathy Krypel, songs
• Laura Littleford, "Water: Temporary Lapse/Laps of Serenity," memoir
• Lynn Cross, "War Story," poem
November 2001, Sokol Minnesota
• Beth Johnson, songs
• Jeanne O'Gorman, "The Godless Cat Lady of Apt. 3B," story
• Nancy Olson, songs
• Eve Blackwell presents Marilyn
• Nancy Donoval, "It's All True," story
• Amanda Seigel, original songs
December 2001, Sokol Minnesota
• Carla Vogel, "Zalman the Umbrella Fixer," story
• Lei Lei, tenor, Chinese, Irish, Neapolitan and Inner Mongolian songs, with Pearl Bergad
• Richard Rousseau, extraordinary stories
• Eve Blackwell, "Red Cashmere," story
• Nancy Cox, songs
• Lynn Cross, "Centenary Reflections," a reading from Millennial Dietrich Rides Again
March 2002, Sokol Minnesota
• Lynn Cross, Three Crone Poems
• clowning by Alfred Harrison
• Carla Vogel, "Miskaeyt," a story, with Ingrid Sweeney on violin
• Margo Abdo O'Dell, Middle Eastern dance
• Eve Blackwell, "Sven Finds a Bit of the Other," story
• Nancy Cox and Kathy Krypel, songs
April 2002, Sokol Minnesota
• Jason Smith in Consulting Mavis
• Janet Dawson, jazzy songs
• Heidi Arneson and Andy Schultz in an excerpt from Heidi's new work Homeland Security
• Patricia Drury, "PH (As in Food)," story
• Nancy Cox and Kathy Krypel, songs
September 2002, Sokol Minnesota
• Carla Vogel, "Rain Dance," story
• Shura Volovetz, Yiddish songs
• Britta Hallin, Undo, story and movement piece
• Eve Blackwell, "Reflections of Aphrodite," story
• Josie Winship, songs with autoharp
• Nancy Cox and Kathy Krypel, song
November 2002, Sokol Minnesota
• Thadra Sheridan, poetry
• The Bruitists (Laura Winton and Danielle Billington), rock & roll poetry
• Lynn Cross, "Betty's Recipe for Peace and Freedom"
• Eve Blackwell, as Marilyn!
• Kate Kane, story
• Nora Paoli, original songs
• Patricia Drury, "Duende," poem
March 2003, The Friends' Meeting House, St. Paul, MN
• Eve Blackwell, "Margaret Meets the Dance," story
• Pam Parker and Dennis Wynne, songs
• Carla Vogel, "Crossing the Red Sea," story
• Jasmyn Anderson, age 9, singing "Tomorrow," from Annie
• Lynn Cross, "Tales of a Fifth Grade Sorceress," story
• Nancy Cox, songs
May 2003, Friends' Meeting House
• Eve Blackwell, "The Cost of Living," story
• Josie Winship, autoharp; Amanda Taylor, guitar and vocals; Steve Michaels, fiddle
• Anne Ness, comedy
• Lynn Cross presenting Nadine Phelps, Mirthologist
• Mila, the vocal ensemble of the Ethnic Dance Theatre: Carol Bauer, Carol Buche, Anne Lies,
   Natalie Nowytski, Jana Stow, Aleksandra Veriga, traditional folk songs from eastern Europe
September 2003, Friends' Meeting House
• Maria Genné, Fox Woman, dance/performance
• Eve Blackwell, "The Mystery House," story
• Maria Genné and Kairos, The Village Heart, dance/performance
• Kate Kane, poetry
• Shadia and Raks Bedawi ensemble, Dance of the Bedouins
• Joan Calof, the Singing Curmudgeon
• Amy Barankovich,  "I've Dared When I've Wondered"
October 2003, Friends' Meeting House
• Tony Wentersdorf, traditional songs & autoharp
• Susan Armington and Her Talking Suitcase
• Shadia and Raks Bedawi ensemble, African dance
• Laura Littleford, story
• Heidi Arneson, excerpt from Ten Bedroom Heart
March 2004, Olivet Congregational Church
• Joan Calof, "Period Piece," memoir
• Stefanie Levi, Sephardic songs
• Lynn Cross, "Autumn Poem," and "The Goddess Does Manhattan," poetry
• Shadia and Raks Bedawi ensemble, middle eastern dance
• Eve Blackwell, "Leave No Bottom Behind," with Miss Violet Larsen
• Agnes Smuda, song stories
October 2004, Olivet Congregational Church
• Kate Kane, poetry
• Stefanie Levi, poems and Jewish songs
• Karen Lyu, songs
• Lynn Cross, "In the Temple of Vesta," story
• Mila vocal ensemble, eastern European harmonies
December 2004, Mad Hatter's Tea House, Saint Paul, MN
• Heidi Arneson, excerpt from her work-in-progress, The Beast of Nothing
• Lynn Cross in Extreme Makeover: "Better Red than Dead," as Nadine Phelps, Humor Therapist
• Nancy Olson, original songs and guitar
March 2005, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Nothando Zulu, stories of women
• Carla Vogel, "The Matzo Ball Queen," with Judith Eisner on violin
• Nancy Cox, sweet songs
April 2005, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Mike Garry, rock & blues artist
• Laura Littleford, storyteller
• Helen Jones, vocal artist
May 2005, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Danielle Daniel, storyteller, with Alphonse, musical background
• Karen Lyu, jazz vocals
• Kate Kane, teller/humorist
October 2005, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Eve Blackwell, "Sven Finds A Bit of the Other," story (reprise)
• Georgia Cook, poetry
• Lynn Cross, poetry
• Howard Ashby Kranz, songster/guitarist
November 2005, Mad Hatter's Tea House (Our 10th Birthday!)
• Eve Blackwell presents MARILYN!
• Tony Wentersdorf, original songs & autoharp
• Leona Derden, flute and vocals
• Eve Blackwell, "The Mystery House," a true story
February 2006, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Joan Calof, Gertie Goes to the Movies (playlet) & "How I Learned to Smoke" (memoir)
• Carolyn Holbrook, "Sex and the Single Grandma" (memoir)
• Carla Vogel, story about being single and having Jewish grandmothers
• autoharp music by Tony Wentersdorf
March 2006, Black Forest Inn Festsaal (Women's History Month show)
• Carla Vogel, a Hasidic story of joy
• Kate Kane, comic memoir about birth control
• Eve Blackwell, in "What's Wrong Here," with Violet Larsen
• Lynn Cross presenting Nadine Phelps, Mirthologist
• Eve Blackwell, "Aphrodite on West 4th Street," a memoir
• Nancy Cox, vocals and guitar
April 2006, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Carla Vogel, "My Father's Clock," a story
• Eve Blackwell, "Amanda's Tale"
• Danielle Daniel, the Magic Teller - N'awlins narrative
• Nancy Olson, guitar and vocals
June 2006, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Bonita LaDuca, guitar and vocals
• Beverly Golberg, memoirs: "My Favorite Animal," " The Circle," " The Younger Man"
• Pamela Sakayan, true tales: "My Most Embarrassing Moments With Clothing," and improv
• Alex Mielke, guitar and vocals
October 2006, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Bonita LaDuca, song stylings
• Dan Dunn, "Infectious Schizophrenia," a web-surfing saga
• Chai Lee, memoir and Hmong tune
December 2006, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Eve Blackwell, "The Girl in the Mirror" (Marilyn's story)
• Lynn Cross, poetry, "Autumn Poem," " First Blood"
• Mari Harris, vocals/keyboard/original songs
• Tammy Nelson, poetry
• Gabriele Kushi, readings from her book, Embracing Menopause Naturally
March 2007, Black Forest Inn Festsaal (Women's History Month show)
• Eve Blackwell as Marilyn!
• Kate Kane, comic family memoir
• Stefanie Levi (with her husband Allen on guitar), Sephardic music: Corazon en la Mano
• Carla Vogel, with Judith Eisner on violin, three timeless folktales
• Josie Winship (and her mom), tunes with autoharp
• Phebe Hanson, poet
June 2007, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Brooke Steigauf, poetry
• Bev Golberg, memoir
• Joan Calof, "A Cautionary Travel Tale"
• Dan Dunn, a strange tale
• Nancy Olson, songs with guitar
July 2007, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Win Weston, comic memoir
• Char Engen, singer/songwriter
• Heidi Arneson, excerpt from her one--woman comedy, Potāto Chip Head
October 2007, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Eve Blackwell, "The Venus of Central High," a true story
• Katherine Engel and Carol Singer (InnerVoice, a cabaret within a cabaret)
• Margaret Pribel, a multi-genre piece about "singledom"
• Carla Vogel, "A Stitch in the Pants," an uplifting Hasidic tale
November 2007, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Eve Blackwell, "The Venus of Central High" (revisited)
• a certain blonde actress, helping us celebrate our 12th birthday!
• Caitlin Sullivan, "Woman" and other poetry
• Lynn Cross, "Tales of a Fifth Grade Sorceress" (revisited)
• Lisa Lange, "Tribute," with poems and riddles by Mary Lafleur
• Nancy Cox, songs with guitar
February 2008, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Nancy Olson, original songs with guitar
• Bev Golberg, three personal essays
• Katherine Engel, Catharine Morris, and Carol Singer (InnerVoice) a cabaret within a cabaret
March 2008, Black Forest Inn Festsaal (Women's History Month show)
• Lucille Bjornstad's Bargain Boogie
• Stefanie Levi - Yiddish and Ladino songs
• DeeDee Bolter - chanteuse
• Hope Abrams, poetry
• Carla Vogel - Hasidic tale
• Homage to WomanSpirit by InnerVoice - Katherine Engel, Catharine Morris, Carol Singer
June 2008, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Brooke Steigauf, poetry
• Eve Blackwell, story, "Finding Grace"
• Lynn Cross, poetry
• Char Engen, original songs
October 2008, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• guest appearance by Inner Voice - Katherine Engel, Catharine Morris, Carol Singer
• Alex Mielke - original tunes & CD release
• Eve Blackwell as our Awesome Special Mystery Guest,
• introduced by Lynn Cross as Nadine the humor therapist
• Personal essays on phobia:
  o "Chicken Dressing Day" - Cathy Konat
  o "The Hanging Gardens" - Sharon Hanson
  o "It's Never Too Late For Therapy" - Bev Golberg
February 2009, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Barbara Bozonie, original metaphysical music, with Char Engen
• Margo McCreary, puppeteer, featuring Jack the dog
• Nancy Olson and her band, folky-fun tunesmith & guitar buddies
March 2009, Black Forest Inn Festsaal (Women's History Month show)
• Welcome, by Marilyn
• Lynn Cross, "On the Road with Nadine"
• Brooke Steigauf, three poems
• Rachel Nelson, original songs - strings and voice
• Carla Vogel, "Chutzpah Awakening"
• Heidi Arneson, "BIG WRAP MACKER"
November 2009, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Barbara Bozonie, original metaphysical music, with Char Engen
• Melanie Benson (Driver 854), Magic on 38th Street
• Eve Blackwell, excerpts from her new novel-in-progress, Circle of Venus
• Nancy Olson and her guitar buddy, folky-fun tunesmith
February 2010, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Brooke Steigauf, original story and poetry
• Laura Littleford, story, "Romeo and Juliet Go to Winnipeg"
• Jaymee Chanen, story, "Single and Mingle, Loving the 50s"
• Nancy Olson, guitar/vocals and Rick Holland, guitar
March 2010, Black Forest Inn Festsaal (Women's History Month show)
• Eve Blackwell, emceeing as Miss Violet Larson
• Lynn Cross, poetry, "A Letter from Mom"
• Margo McCreary and Jack, "Jack in the Pulpit"
• Josie Winship, "The Queen"
• Joan Calof, "Gertie and the Home"
• Char Engen, two original songs
• Barbara Bozonie and Char Engen, original song, "Consider the Lilies"
October 2010, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Eve Blackwell, "Spirit Boy"
• Brooke Steigauf, two fall poems
• Char Engen and Barbara Bozonie - funny/spooky tunes
• Lynn Cross, "The Banshee of Grand Avenue"
• Baylee Steigauf, dance (Monster Mash)
• Vickijoan Keck, "Beware the Boogieman"
• Carla Vogel, "Ancestral Wisdom"
• Nancy Olson, guitar/vocals and Rick Holland - guitar, funny/spooky tunes
March 2011, Black Forest Inn Festsaal (Women's History Month show)
• Eve Blackwell, "Amanda's Tale"
• Lynn Cross, grandmother poems
• Michael Gardos Reid, spontanous guitar moments: "The Search for Gladman"
• Wendy Brown-Baez, four sassy poems about women and their dreams
• Joan Calof, story of her pioneer ancestors, "Demons on the Prairie"
• Nancy Cox, fabulous tunesmith
November 2011, Mad Hatter's Tea House
• Eve Blackwell, "The Sorceress"
• Carol Singer, original seasonal songs
• Vickijoan Keck, "Sorfarina"
• Barry Nienstadt, poetry and story
• Nancy Olson, guitar and vocals
April 2012, Black Forest Inn Festsaal (Women's History Month show)
• Eve Blackwell, emceeing as Marilyn
• Lynn Cross and Carla vogel reading poetry of Joan Calof and Kate Kane, in memoriam
• Erica Christ, story
• Eve Blackwell, "Red Cashmere"
• Nancy Cox, tunes
• Barry Nienstadt, "An Innocent Fishing Story with Grace Unfolding"
• DeeDee Bolter & Bob Hindel - vocals and piano
November 2013, Saint Paul Gallery
• Lynn Cross, new poems
• Barbara Bozonie & Char Engen, original songs
• Christy Marie Kent, "Welcome to Minority Status"
• Nicholas Pawlowski, "Do What Makes You Come Alive"
• DeeDee Bolter - traditional favorite tunes, with Barbara Bozonie
March 2014, Black Forest Inn Festsaal (Women's History Month show)
• Eve Blackwell as our lovely hostess Marilyn
• Lynn Cross, "Nadine Springs the Poverty Trap" - character sketch
• Denise McWaters & friend, beautiful music - voice and guitar
• Lynn Cross, "Life and Death of Barbie" - poem
• Carla Vogel, "Being the Rabbi" - story
• Paul Nyquist & Joe Macko (The Happy Wanderers) - North Country tunes - tuba and accordion
• Heidi Arneson, "Sweet" - story
March 2015, Black Forest Inn Festsaal (Women's History Month show)
• Carla Vogel - story
Our beloved Marilyn, as channeled by Eve Blackwell
The She-Goats.  A jug band:  Megan Larsen on vocals and guitar, Madeline Rivard on vocals and ukulele, Sarita Woods on washtub bass, Shannon Wenzel on jug, and Colleen Larsen on foot (i.e., clogging)
• Banlang Phommasouvanh - Laotian folk tale 
• Lynn Cross - poetry:  weaving women's stories
• CharBarbara - these ladies simply EMBODY music!  And their songs tell stories . . . 
• Baylee Steigauf - her vocal debut
October 2018 - an All Hallows Eve Celebration at Walker Church, Minneapolis, MN
• Eve Blackwell as our scintillating Ghostess Marilyn, and The Ghost Boy, a true story
• Jill Nelson, vocals and ukulele (songs of magic, mystery, and ghosts)
• Carmina on guitar:  Greensleeves and Packington's Pound
• Lynn Cross, a story of Mother Nature's Magic -- The Blue Garden
• Miriam Olson, songs in memoriam:  Whitney Houston and Judy Garland
• Gary Pederson, T
rue Tales of House Hauntings