Sunday, November 21, 2010

A Midnight Mover

Tommy Pryor’s storytelling events grow near!

Excellent Student (early on...)

December 10th @ 7pm @ Otto's Shrunken Head @ Bag O' Chips & No Name Storytelling Extravaganza

(14th Street near Avenue A)

December 14th @ 6pm @ Cornelia Street Café @ December Storytelling Festival

(bet. Bleecker St. & West 4th St, off most westside subway lines, West 4th St. stop)

Tommy’s work has appeared on loose-leaf & construction paper (all colors) in P.S.77 kindergarten; St. Stephen of Hungary's classrooms, Yorkville streets & building walls (his wall art on 401 East 83rd Street earned a smack from his grandmother); LaSalle Academy’s cafeteria; Hunter College blackboards, desk blotters at the NYC Comptroller’s Office & Daitch Shopwell store #16, all over the place.

Tommy performed in front of the St. Stephen’s student body and memorized and sung Mindem Vagyam Visszaszallin front of four hundred hooting Hungarians, Father Emeric’s favorite Hungarian Folk Song at his Silver Jubilee as a priest. Tommy’s made other appearances at Joe’s Candy Store, Spotless Cleaners, Parker’s Grocery, Reliable Meats, Loftus Tavern and other Yorkville gin mills.

A Midnight Mover, All Night Groover.

Happy Birthday, Ali, My Aim is True, love, Dad

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