Folksinger/Poet Sue Harris Joins Lineup for NATF Audio Theater Workshop

Sue Harris joins Brother Blue, Buckshot Dot, Barbara Rosenblat, Sam Mowry, and Cynthia McGean as guest instructors/featured performers for NATF's 27th annual Audio Theater Workshop
 
 
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May 12, 2008 - PRLog -- The National Audio Theatre Festivals, Inc. (NATF) is proud to announce Folksinger/Poet Sue Harris joins Brother Blue, Buckshot Dot, Barbara Rosenblat, Sam Mowry, and Cynthia McGean as a guest instructor/featured performer for their 27th annual Audio Theater Workshop .

Returning to West Plains, MO for the seventh consecutive year, the June 22-27 workshop promises to be a unique week of audio arts training and hands-on participation dedicated to all areas of audio production. Beginners to experts of all ages are welcomed for a week of learning, networking, and sharing.


About Sue Harris:
Sue Harris, who was raised in Arizona, "has a masterful touch with 'true western music'.  She conveys the feeling of what this music is supposed to be about -- wide open spaces, a type of life style and a particular type humor indigenous to the west." (Mark Bridge, PhD, Lone Hand Western).  She has toured her state extensively, as well as around the Southwest, and even Canada, performing at festivals, concerts and schools; and has been honored as a nominee for the Arizona Culturekeepers Award.  

She has released two CD’s - - Where Have I Been All My Life and Tall Tales and Treasures, both of which have enjoyed international airplay.  Her recording of Dean Cook’s song “Where Do You Go When There’s No Place to Go” was selected for inclusion on the Smithsonian Folkways label compilation CD Songs and Stories from Grand Canyon, released in May 2005.

Most of all, Sue enjoys the heck out of entertaining audiences who love melodies, stories, and laughing.

For more information about Sue, visit her MySpace page at  http://www.myspace.com/sueharrisaz

More about the Audio Theater Workshop:
For more information abour the Audio Theater Workshop, visit NATF's website (http://www.natf.org/) often.

The 2008 NATF Audio Theater Workshop is made possible, in part, by the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency; and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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About NATF: The National Audio Theatre Festivals, Inc. (NATF) is a 501(c)(3) organization serving the advancement of audio theatre and evolving media arts through education and presentation.

Website: www.natf.org/
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