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by Algernon D'Ammassa and Randy Granger


The storytellers are back, waking up and finding rhythm and joy in their morning routine, singing together and contemplating the harmony of nature and the rhythms of the planet.

Our newest original show explores the relationship of ancient lore to modern problems. Might these stories and songs include warnings from our ancestors about the potential undoing of creation by human beings?

Unlike An Iliad and Killing Buddha, this show has more of a concert feel, presenting a diverse range of musical and mythical styles, and despite some of its subject matter it is the most comical of our shows.


This new work premiered at the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah, in July 2016. We have continued to re-work and perform the piece.


There will be a performance in Mesilla NM on June 29, and we have already accepted a booking for the show in Tucson, Arizona in 2019. 


This is a work currently in development. Our next performance will be in Mesilla, NM on June 29.

For information about  this show, contact Algernon at (575) 545-7613.

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