We want to hear your stories on the theme “It’s the Little Things”
(remember – storytellers are [financially] compensated for sharing their stories and work with a story coach and peers to refine their stories) Call 406-203-4683 to pitch your story. Our Deaf friends can pitch by sending an email to [email protected]
[the pitch deadline was November 7!]
INBC Benefit Beer
The amazing folks over at Imagine Nation Brewing Company have brewed a batch of beer in honor of Tell Us Something reaching our 501(c)3 status.
All of the details aren’t sorted yet. Stay tuned for news on that front.
The label artwork was hand painted by none other than the Tell Us Something Board Chair, Joseph Grady. Thanks, Joseph, and thanks to all involved in this amazing project.
Join us 2nd Friday over at The Dram Shop Central for the opening of The Art of Tell Us Something!
We’ve been helping people get their stories heard on stage for a little over 12 years. In 2020, before the pandemic arrived, we were planning a 10-year celebration.
Part of that celebration is to honor all of the incredible artists who have created narratives with their art for the Tell Us Something posters.
Their storytelling looks great in frames.
Come check it out artwork by Missoula artists including Max Mahn, Jonathan Marquis, Josh Quick, Haley Faust , Courtney Blazon, Tabatha Beard, Theo Ellsworth and more!
Friday, November 11 from 5-8 PM.
Warm up with comfort food from True Food Missoula while you peruse the art and enjoy a beverage!
Tickets are still available for the December 15 show at The Wilma. The theme is “It’s the Little Things”.
Tickets are on sale now at The Top Hat, online, and by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849.
All tickets are general admission seating with fixed theater seating available in the balcony on a first-come, first-served basis.Get Tickets!
Thanks for reading. I’m hoping to see you at The Wilma on December 15.
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