Dec 21, 2018
Just time in for the holidays, Odyssey Storytelling presents a tale of love, hate, and Christmas miracles! In 2015 (in May, but don't let that bother you) Tracey Kurtzman explained to her enraptured audience how and why she was forced to save the life of her greatest nemesis. Twice. Including one resurrection. Happy solstice, heathens!
From Tracey's Odyssey bio:
Tracey Kurtzman is a securely imperfect woman, wife, and mother who lives by the rule: “If you’re not having fun, you’re doing it wrong.” In her real life, she’s a pediatrician at El Rio Community Health Center where she cares for underserved families and children with chronic illness, and teaches doctors-in-training. In her fantasy life, she’s a Broadway actress who can sing and dance and has legs like Tina Turner. She moved to Tucson in 1988 and lives in a home that also houses a one sexy husband, two nerdy kids, three barky mutts, and four struggling spice plants. Tracey is especially proud of the fact that she can say “Thank you” in 23 languages, 24 if you count Pig Latin. She really can!
This episode was performed and recorded in front of a live audience at The Screening Room in Tucson, AZ, on May 7th, 2015, and was curated by Molly McCloy. For more information about Odyssey Storytelling, please visit www.odysseystorytelling.com