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September 20, 2009

The Season Opening of the Monti

Filed under: Theater — Tags: , , , — Lyndsay Booth @ 12:31 am

The Monti opened its season with both some laughs and some tender moments. Five storytellers captivated a sizeable crowd at the ArtsCenter with their own unique take on the theme of heroism. For those unfamiliar with it, The Monti is a storytelling show. Five performers each tell a story about 12 minutes centered around a central theme.  The Monti is held once a month. Look for more photos from the next show in October.

The stage is set simply for the season opener of the Monti.

The stage is set simply for the season opener of the Monti.

Jeff Polish, founder and director of The Monti, starts the show.

Jeff Polish, founder and director of The Monti, starts the show.

Sophie Naima Caird tells a story about an aunt.

Sophie Naima Caird tells a story about an aunt.

Django Haskins makes the audience laugh.

Django Haskins makes the audience laugh.

Louis Bayard imitates his father singing in church.

Louis Bayard imitates his father singing in church.

Justin Catanoso tells the audience to ignore the hippo sound ushering him offstage.

Justin Catanoso tells the audience to ignore the hippo sound ushering him offstage.

Michael Malone talks about the female heroes in his life.

Michael Malone talks about the female heroes in his life.

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1 Comment »

  1. […] ArtsCenter in Carrboro posted on its blog some photos of The Monti on Saturday night. It really was a wonderful evening. Audio recordings of the stories […]

    Pingback by My Cousin the Saint | Justin Catanoso » Blog Archive » Monti in action — September 21, 2009 @ 3:42 pm


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