February 17, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
450 W Ohio St
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Ellen Munds

Sponsored by Pathfinder CPA Group
Tickets: $20/Advance, $25/Door, $15 for high school and college students with valid ID
Purchase tickets online or call 317-232-1882
Signed for the deaf and hearing impaired

Antonio Sacre2Known to his family as Papito and his school peers as Tony, Antonio Sacre has learned to embrace his diverse upbringing. In The Leprecano, he embraces his status as one of the world’s only Cuban-Irish-American storytellers, sharing brand-new adult adventures.

Born in Boston to a Cuban father and Irish-American mother, Antonio sacre is an internationally touring bilingual storyteller, author and solo performance artist, based in Los Angeles. He has performed at the National Book festival at the Library of Congress, the Kennedy Center, the National Storytelling Festival, and museums, schools, libraries, and festivals internationally. Called “a charismatic, empathetic presence” by the Chicago Tribune, his stories have appeared in numerous magazines and journals, as well as on National Public Radio. To learn more visit Antonio’s website.logo wordmark and tagline 2


Celestine Bloomfield

Celestine Bloomfield will open for Antonio. When Celestine was young and growing up in Gary, she talked so much she wore her grandmother out. So naturally, she became a media specialist and storyteller. She was featured at the First Annual Hoosier Storytelling Festival on the grounds of Conner Prairie. She is a past recipient of the Frank Basile Emerging Stories Fellowship and a featured teller each year at Ghost Stories at Crown Hill cemetery.