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Heritage Alliance takes to airways for February show

February’s StoryTown Radio Show will feature music by “We Five” as well as a story from Anne G’Fellers-Mason. (Photo contributed)


Anne G’Fellers-Mason, Director of the Heritage Alliance, is no stranger to the StoryTown Radio Show. She has played an active role on the popular monthly production for six years. But Mason will take the helm for the Monday, Feb. 24, production, “Fair Play,” which will be presented at 7 p.m. at the International Storytelling Center. 

Jules Corriere, writer and director of the StoryTown Radio Show, asked her good friend and colleague Mason to write this episode, so Corriere could focus on the upcoming community play, “Life Lines,” which will perform its opening night later in the week. The two playwrights have collaborated often through the years, and Corriere felt that Mason was the perfect choice. 

 Joining the cast for this performance will be the popular singing group, “We Five,” specializing in Gospel music. 

This group has performed with the Yarn Exchange several times through the years, and was the very first music guest on the radio show. The music group’s story, consequently, is featured in this year’s Life Lines community play, as well. 

Tickets for StoryTown Radio show are $5 and may be purchased at the Visitors Center, or by calling (423) 753-1010 or online at 

 Life Lines tickets are also available at the same number. Both projects are sponsored in part by a grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission.