Members of The Chicago Association of Black Storytellers present a program featuring narratives, myths and folktales at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4 at the St. Charles Borromeo Convocation Center in Romeoville.
Admission is free for this event. It is the first performance of the Lewis University Spring 2016 Performing Arts Series.
The spoken word will be augmented by African-American drumming. The program celebrates the depth, power and vibrancy of African-American storytelling.
The Chicago Association of Black Storytellers is an affiliate of the National Association of Black Storytellers. Each member is an independent artist that works together to educate, entertain and inspire. They assist in keeping alive the African rooted cultures of the world through the power of the word.