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Contact Dolores at 205-951-7757
  • Featured Teller, National Storytelling Festival, Jonesborough, TN, and many other storytelling festivals

  • Teller-in-Residence, International Storytelling Center, Jonesborough, TN

  • Award Winner for Storytelling Recordings, Storytelling World Magazine

  • Outstanding Actress, Birmingham Festival Theatre

  • Artist Fellowship Winner, The Alabama State Council on the Arts

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Stories from my Irondale home

Taking Sides: 

A new look at the life of Audrey Sheppard Williams

Thursday, September 19, 7 - 8:30 p.m.

The Mill 280, Alexander City, AL

Tickets: $15

For reservations, click here

Audrey Sheppard walked away from the red clay fields of Pike County and became half of one of the most famous couples in country music history when she married Hank Williams. Her life -- like her story -- is a controversial one. Are there really two sides to every story -- even hers? Can the two sides be opposite and still both be true? This new story lets you decide: Whose side are you on?

Two story events coming in September...

Irondale Public Library

105 20th Street South, Irondale

Thursday, September 12, 6 - 7 p.m.

Free; info at 951-1415

Stories of a very big yard, a very small ghost, and a rock 'n' roll revelation