Is there such a thing as an innocent story? Even the most apparently innocuous children's fairy tale or nursery rhyme is riddled with moral ambiguity, violence, and often death. Jack and Jill fall down the hill and crack their heads open; Little Red Riding Hood's sweet, bedridden granny becomes a wolf's lunch; and in one Native American legend, Coyote steals fire, but scorches a menagerieful of animals almost to death and pisses off the all-powerful guardians of those elusive flames -- the Fire Beings -- in the process. No doubt about it: Fairy tales are explosive things. And as performer Ron Campbell... More >>>