“Audience Participation and bonus stories from the Archives”
Our first set of stories features mead sample sippers at a farmers market, love stories in a bookstore, at The Top Hat and Luke’s Bar, true love under the Higgins Street Bridge, and meeting President Obama. These stories and more in this week’s audience participation podcast brought to us by Lauren Ciampa and Sara Raz reading from the anonymously submitted audience participation forms just after intermission at the live event. This act was recorded in front of a live audience on March 20th, 2018 at, The Wilma in Missoula, MT. The theme was “Right Place Right Time”.
Then, Katy-Robin Garton’s story was recorded in front of a live audience on February 19, 2013 at Monks Bar in Missoula, MT. The theme was “Ten”. Katy-Robin Garton bickers with her sister about who must empty the poop or the pee bag as they hike up Denali, 14,00 feet above where they began. They make a decision about turning back or moving on after an unexpected storm.
Katy-Robin Garton was raised in the Rocky Mountains and now resides in Missoula, Montana. Learn more about Katy and the work she does at sproutfilms.net
And our final story comes to us from Aaron Roos, and is a little longer than the typical Tell Us Something story. There were some people who dropped out at the last minute that night, and I told Aaron that he could run long. This story was recorded in front of a live audience on February 19, 2013 at Monks Bar in Missoula, MT. The theme was “Ten”. In his story, Aaron is near death with sickness but must travel all the way to Africa because of a job he held on a reality television program where he was responsible to quarantine the losers of the show.
Aaron Roos studied Digital Film at the University of Montana. He now is Traffic Manager at The Roxy Theater in Missoula, where he lives with his wife Hailey and their pet pig Louie. Learn more about Aaron and the work he does at Instagram.com/Heartpinewoodworks
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