THIS WEEK at Seanchai Libraries

We bring stories of all kinds to life, in Second Life
... and other virtual worlds

A packed house at Seanchai's Baker Street now at the University of Washington iSchool in SL
All stories told in open voice, 
all times Pacific Time 
*Sunday, June 12th:
   ~ At 1:30pm: TEA TIME WITH THE JUNGLE BOOK with Bryn Taleweaver - Selections from Rudyard Kipling's great adventure.
       ~ At 3pm: LOST IN AUSTEN: Selections from"Sense & Sensibility" at Jane Austen's English Countryside on LEA 8 with Caledonia Skytower & Corwyn Allen.

*Monday, June 13that 7 pm -  Michael Scott's THE ALCHEMYST continues with Faerie Maven-Pralou

*Tuesday, June 14that 7 pm   Florence King's SOUTHERN LADIES AND GENTLEMEN with Trolley Trollop

*Wednesday, June 15that 7 pm - Kate DiCamillo's RAYMIE NIGHTINGALE continues with Caledonia Skytower

*Thursday, June 16th:
       ~ 7pm - THE SKRYING GLASS with Shandon Loring (Also on Kitely - look inworld and Google+ for location specifics)
       ~ 9pm - SEANCHAI LATE NIGHT with Gyro Muggins

Corwyn & Kayden with Special Guest Richard Hatch - well known Actor
(Streets of San Francisco, Battlestar Gallactica, BSG re-imagined, the upcoming Axanar & more)
Watson & Holmes in their familiar seats by the fire.
We think they found the beer!
Corwyn, Kayden and Shandon (as the King of Bohemia) bring the story home
Caledonia poses as "The Woman" - Irene Adler
Stories in voice and take place at Seanchai Libray at Bradley University  in Second Life, unless otherwise noted in the listing. Schedule subject to change, because that is just how life is sometimes.  

All sessions at the Seanchai Library (SL) are offered free to all Residents.  Guests at Second Life sessions are welcome to join us in donating to our May - June featured charity will be Habitat for Humanity, building because they believe that everyone, everywhere, should have a healthy, affordable place to call home.

Have questions? IM or notecard Caledonia Skytower

1 comment:

Ran Hinrichs said...

This is the future of libraries, complete readings of work, with authentic set changes, periodic clothing and props, timely use of technologies, immersing users in the world, not just the stage. Well directed. History is being made here,and I endorse this artistry.