"I Go I Know Not Whither to Fetch I Know Not What." Featured solo performer at the Menlo Park Library's month-long storytelling festival.
Invited performer at SFMOMA Artist's Gallery storytelling event for the Amid A Space Between: Irish Artists in America exhibition.
Performed an original fairy tale based on the Bay Bridge Troll on display at the Oakland Museum of California.
Appeared with "Storytellers Unplugged," a pop-up ensemble of performers improvising stories at the National Storytelling Network Conference Fringe.
Appeared in the Pacific Regional Showcase at the National Storytelling Network Conference
Featured storyteller at Sundown Stories, to accompany Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm: Original Etchings by David Hockney, at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art
Wrote a chapter for "How to Be a Storyteller," a collection of helpful storytelling advice from the pros at Storyteller.net, published for its 15th anniversary.
My solo show, Chart Toppers of 1349!, starts its run at Washington DC's Capital Fringe. "...Ereneta's methodical manner and quiet wit are a refreshing change of pace." ~ The Washington Post
My new solo show, Chart Toppers of 1349!, appears at Fresno's Rogue Festival “Angels. Devils. Shapeshifters. Wizards. Heroes. Monsters. Princes. Paupers. Death. And a turnip. Mischievous and macabr...
Brought my solo show, Happy Endings are Overrated: the Life and Times of Prince Charming, to the Rogue Festival in Fresno, California