Just in time for Hallow's Eve & right after the "dark thirty", comes EVIL KNOWS WHERE EVIL SLEEPS: Stories from the other side of midnight!
The title, 'Evil Knows Where Evil Sleeps', is a West African proverb from Nigeria. In the tradition of African storytelling, these stories engage & enlighten the listeners with proverbs. They are great compliment for teaching history, diversity, & character development.
Galloway entertains listeners with his vocal dynamics, animation & sound effects as he recounts six suspenseful stories. So come, listen, and find out what's happening on the other side of midnight!
A native of Suffolk, VA, Galloway, says his father told stories on road trips such as 'The Talking Skull', a well-known African folktale. Galloway's career began at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
He is affliated with Young Audiences, the SC Carolina Arts Commission, & TN Arts Commission. He earned his Master's Degree in Storytelling from East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN. His notable performance venues include the Smithsonian, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, National Black Arts Festival, the Jimmy Carter Center, & is a featured teller on 'Inside Storytelling', a documentary on the art of storytelling.
Engaging, animated, and energetic, he incorporates music into his performances with his loyal sidekick and travel companion, the Jembe, a West African percussion instrument. Chetter invites you to . . . "Feel the rhythm & Live the Story"!