9 storytellers have 10 minutes to share a true personal story from memory on the theme: "Fork in the Road".
Tell Us Something is proud to be part of the Montana Book Festival once again this year.
Tickets are $8 pre-sale/$10 day of show. Get your tickets here: http://ticketf.ly/2b5IcT9
Doors open at 6:30pm stories begin at 7:00pm
The Wilma 131 S Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT 59802
5 duos each have approximately 10 minutes to share a true personal story from memory TOGETHER based on the theme "That's not How it Happened!".
Tickets printed on a vintage letterpress with type hand set by Aaron Parrett of Territorial Press in Helena, MT.
This event takes place at The PEAS Farm, which is owned by Missoula County Public Schools. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
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Oldest Trick in the Book
Please join us for an evening of stories based around the theme: "Why I Stayed". 6 storytellers share their true story. Stories last ten minutes.
Limited to 10 slots!
This is the first workshop offered for the youth of Missoula — the next generation of storytellers. Camp will include an open guided discussion about the many different kinds of stories and story-telling , an open guided discussion about what personal storytelling is and how to tell a good personal story. Campers will select a theme for their Tell Us Something event, engage in open discussion about storytelling and stories and workshop their stories. The following week, they will hold the first Tell Us Something Event in Missoula with stories told and produced by youth at the Top Hat on July 7th.
Sign up at the ZAAC’s website:
Join us for a night of true stories shared live. No theme, 5 minute stories shared from memory -- no notes. Sign up that night. The event is free, and we will have T-shirts available for screen printing that night for $10.
Story Jam will compliment the show "I Can Explain" by traveling artist Noel Oyellette. Read more about the show here.