Luke Morgan Allgeyer shares his story "On Two Wheels". Luke travels with his boyfriend Sam on a 1800 mile bike ride, carrying with them everything that they need for the trip, in which they once again find the humanity in the world.
Tell Us Something brings live storytelling on August 19, 2014. Storytellers will share their true personal story without notes on the theme “Busted”.
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.
Courtney Blakely-Shields shares her story "Jitterbug is an Emergency". Courtney, a Missoula police officer, stops by the bar while on break but on shift, and is asked to dance by a drunk man. She ends up dancing, but not with Julian, the drunk.
Nita Maddox shares her story "The Game is Rigged". Nita has a moment of clarity, has illusions stripped away from her in jail, gets straight As in high school, deals weed and makes a key mistake.
Kate Morris shares her story "Punk Rock Girl". Kate Morris, being from Montana, has a true understanding of what punk rock is, and proves this on her trip to Spokane to see what she thinks is a punk show.
Kim Maynard shares her story "Don’t Hop Through the Barstow Yard". Kim learns how to hop trains and gets busted in Barstow Yard.
Ben Weiss shares his story "Finishing Out the Cycle". Ben has an odd way of preparing for a crabbing trip to the San Juan Islands.
Megan Hollingsworth shares her story "Busted Open". Megan talks about impossible things: a kiss, grief and orgasm.
Ingrid Biehl shares her story "That Really Happens?". Ingrid Biehl is a 16 year old high school student trying to figure out her sexuality.
Steve Gonzalas shares his story "Flush Busted". Steve visits a friend’s grandmother in her home and has to get creative when the toilet overflows without a plunger in sight.
Jennifer Edwards shares her story "Priscilla the Fierce". Jennifer acquires a brood of chickens that contains an unexpected rooster.