Connie Regan-Blake is a solo performer who has traveled far and wide to tell stories and teach workshops. She regularly brings her workshop participants to the Arts Center to share their polished work, but on the 29th she will stand alone on stage and draw on her Irish heritage, Southern roots, and sense of humor to tell stories of heroic adventures, personal experiences and at least one traditional Appalachian mountain tale. Always delightful and entertaining, Regan-Blake has appeared at Lincoln Center, the Smithsonian, the National Folk Festival and has performed at every one of the National Storytelling Festival's for more than 30 years. She has made numerous recordings, both solo and with Barbara Freeman, of Appalachian and international folktales. Don’t miss this opportunity to witness a master at work. Due to Regan-Blake’s stature in the storytelling community her shows regularly sell out.