Big news. An hour’s worth of it! Our fabulous aerialist and songbird, Alyra, landed us a spot on KMEC, Ukiah’s alternative radio station. Her father, Govinda, is the show host, and he put up with a large pack of Chautauquans … Continue reading
Chautauqua Sonnet By Joannie Murayama This poem, which was shared with Chautauquans at the beginning of the Redwood Vaudeville Tour, describes a strange phenomena that can happen when living with 60 other people for 24/7. She introduced the poem by … Continue reading
Our tour photographer, Michelle Bates, has started posting photos of the tour to an album here: Redwood Tour Album Enjoy!
It’s not exactly common knowledge, but there is an obscure time zone, somewhere between Eastern and Pacific, known as Chautauqua Time. In this zone, an accordian-driven alarm clock that feels like it is ruining one’s dreams at 4 a.m. — … Continue reading
Location: Analy High School Date & Time:SHOW @ 7:30pm / PARADE @ 12pm / WORKSHOPS 1-3pm Thursday night, we performed for a packed house at the Dance Palace in Pt. Reyes! The show was overwhelmingly funny and sweet and inspirational. One of the … Continue reading
Power to the people! Uh, literally. Who could have predicted that a crane operator in the parking lot across the street from The Dance Palace (our community center host site in Pt. Reyes) would drive through nearby power lines with … Continue reading
A bus makes it 30 miles from Bellingham, WA — and sputters to a stop. A backpack is left by a driveway in Blue Lake, CA, complete with the Kitchen Manager’s clipboard. The person drafted to write a tour journal … Continue reading