CAMDEN — Wayfinder Schools will host the third annual Finding Our Way live storytelling event on Thursday, May 4 at the Camden Opera House. Finding Our Way features Wayfinder grads and other notable Mainers who will share funny, poignant, and heartfelt stories live from the stage.
This year’s show features chef Christian Hayes; entrepreneurs Vanessa Santarelli and Cyndi Prince; educators Emanuel Pariser and Wendy Newell Dyer; singer-songwriter Mehuman; dancer, choreographer, business owner, and motivational speaker Kea Tesseyman; actor and karate instructor David Troup; and Wayfinder grads Rose Piscuskas, Kaitlin Callahan Collins, and Brianna Stevens. They will share stories of finding their way in art, music, dance, food, theater, television, writing, business, education, and life. Producer, actor, playwright, and teacher Andrea Itkin will emcee the show.
Finding Our Way is sponsored and supported by R.M. Davis, Machias Savings Bank, Old Port Advisors, The Maine Marathon, Down East Magazine, Clark Insurance, Bangor Savings Bank, Camden Dermatology & Mohs Surgery, Gusco, Lord Camden Inn, American Flatbread, Bleecker & Greer, Lucky Betty’s, Cascade Foundation, Jack and Kathy Deupree, Melissa Duffy, Andrea Itkin and Ben Ellison, Charrisse Kaplan and David Johnson, Susan Koch, Michael Neff, Pam and Don Russell, Barbara and Richard Russo, Meg Sideris, Barbara Sullivan, Sylvia Stevens and Fred Williams, and Levi Walton.
Tickets are $25. All proceeds benefit Wayfinder Schools and Maine youth seeking a second chance at high school graduation. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. For more information visit www.wayfinderschools.org.