Playing soccer his freshman year of college in Central Illinois on a competitive division II team, Jim Ambrose’s team plays well in an important game. Afterwards, in the shower with his teammates, he has an extreme revelation because of the beautiful naked bodies with whom he is showering.
Tell Us Something brings live storytelling on March 21, 2013. Storytellers will share their true personal story without notes on the theme “Extremes”.
Tell Us Something awakens imagination, empowers storytellers and connects the Missoula community through the transformative power of personal storytelling. It is a celebration of each other, our stories and how we move through the world together. All of the stories at Tell Us Something are true.
Doors at 6PM, storytelling begins at 7PM. Your community, your stories.
Josh shares a story of the time he experienced ultimate synchronicity of the underlying fabric of the universe and the time he committed and got away with federal kidnapping. This two events are related in the sharp focus that LSD can bring.
27 below zero with the windchill, Natalie Dawson of Detroit, and 700 other people sit in a circus tent waiting for the temperature to rise to ten below so that the race can begin.
Explains how Craigslist helped her become an avid Subaru driver after having driven a VW her first winter in Missoula.
Barry Gordon leaves the bucket upright on the boat, 79 year old Leif, the captain, who is Norwegian and superstitious, instructs him that he cannot do this, as the boat will sink. The boat doesn’t sink, and neither does Barry when he is dragged off the boat by a sinking anchor.
Stephanie Wing instructs her rescuer to let her go as she is falling out of the boat on the Locsa River, falling back into the rapids of the river, and is sucked under the raft.
Marisa Franz struggles with the seemingly unchangeable circle of violence and poverty in Browning and communities like it as she remembers her 6 year old friend Maimie.
Nakuru Kenyan orphans, many of them with drug addictions, are fed by the faith community in Nakuru, including Brian Marsh and others from Montana, at a shelter started by Montanans designed to give them education, healthcare, and food.
Lying in bed on hot rainy night in Thailand, Jenna Lyons awakens to someone banging on her door, crying, only to find that her elephant has escaped.