The Asheville Storytelling Circle presents entertainer Jackson Gillman at The BeBe Theatre on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 2 p.m. for a performance of Chameleon Chronicles. Gillman will also lead a high-performance coaching master class on Monday, Sept. 21.
Press release from event organizers:
Live from Boston: Asheville Storytelling Circle proudly presents entertainer
Jackson Gillman in CHAMELEON CHRONICLES. Featured four times at the National Storytelling Festival, Jackson makes his Asheville debut at the BeBe Theatre Sunday September 20th at 2:00p. All seats $12.
Four Fun Facts
4. Why is he called the Stand-up Chameleon?
Storyteller Jackson Gillman transforms himself into a wide array of eccentric characters and altered egos. Audiences of all ages love each and every one.
3. How does he win adult theatre audiences?
As a new-wave vaudevillian Jackson incorporates comedy, drama, music, dance, mime, and sign language into his own intimate style of theatre.
2. What else might Jackson do?
Tell Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories, fanciful tales for children of all ages which pretend to explain animal characteristics, such as the origin of the spots on the leopard.
1. How does Maine Public Radio describe him?
“A zany kind of comic mutant.”
Want more? High-Performance Coaching Master Class with Jackson Gillman September 21 $50. Reservations, Daphne 828.505.5019