- | February 5, 2017
- 11:00 am
Jim May has followed careers in teaching and counseling with a career as one of the country’s most-honored professional storytellers. Named by his peers to the Circle of Excellence of the National Storytelling Network, May has performed at the National Storytelling Festival and many more events nationwide as well as overseas. The home May shares with his wife, Nancy Seidler, is a converted 150 year-old , hand-hewn barn, located near Woodstock, Illinois. Jim hosts a series of storytelling programs at Stage Left Cafe next to the Woodstock Opera House.