By EFGO Storytellers Marc Abbott & Mary Shea
Listen to S2:E3
Join us as we travel back to the days of first loves and best friends. With stories from…
STORYTELLER… MARC ABBOTT
Braces, awkward growth spurts, and falling in love for the very first time – Oh middle school! Marc shares all of this and more in his funny, touching story “Dad’s Help.”
And… STORYTELLER MARY SHEA
Mary and her best friend Sue are like Lucy and Ethel, always up to something and stick by each other no matter what. I mean, that’s the very definition of “best friend,” isn’t it? Please enjoy Mary and Sue’s antics in “Potluck Days.”
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Marc L. Abbott is the author of the YA novel The Hooky Party and the children’s book Etienne and the Stardust Express. He also writes horror stories! Check out the horror anthology he co-authored, it’s called Hell at the Way Station, and it is a two-time African American Literary Award-winner. Marc is also a screenwriter, director, and an award-winning actor. What’s more, he’s the host of the monthly storytelling show Maaan, You’ve Got to Hear This! and a 2015 Moth Story Slam and Grand Slam Storyteller winner. To find out even more about Marc, go to his website whoismarclabbott.com and then follow him on his Facebook Fan page Who Is Marc L Abbott.
Mary Shea is a grandmother, writer, comedian, and storyteller. Mary has performed at Gotham and Broadway Comedy Clubs. She was also a cast member in the 2017 New York City “Listen to Your Mother storytelling show and has performed in a Moth Grand Slam. Mary lives in the Bronx and is happiest when spending time with her grandchildren.