"A Match Made in Heaven"
Performed on 5/8/2010 at the old South Congregational Church in Farmington Maine this story was inspired by True Love © 1993 by Joyce and Barry Vissel published in Chicken Soup for the Soul. With their permission Vernon created this adaptation of a love story that honors diversity and tolerance. What helps an indivdual maintain the balance of life and to keep it from spinning out of control? For Moses it was his faith.
Music accompaniment was by the talented pianist Jackie Ranco. Minutes before the performance she made the suggestion we use Felix Mendelssohn's "Wedding March", written in 1842 which complimented the adaptation of this performance.
The Storytelling Cabaret was produced by Phyllis Blackstone
The audience at the Storytelling Cabaret was nurtured by the food from Stan the man and his Culinary Artists. The performers were supported by the members of the Maine Organization of Storytelling Enthusiast (MOOSE)
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