You scream, I scream, this storyteller screams for some help! She was just floored to discover part of a Halloween haunted house that left her and her band of third graders in the in-between of an elevator shaft. This story was told live at our Oct. 2013 show, “Parents or Guardians.”
A brash young climber meets his match up Shakespeare Glacier. Today’s story revisits a key moment of reflection — and its consequences — in this tale from our January 2014 show, “Scars.”
Moving to Brooklyn is harder than it seems. In Yonkers, three lesbians trek from Uhaul to Uhaul in search of a truck and a joke. They’re still searching for the joke, so listen to the story and let us know if you think of one! This story comes from our December 2013 show, “What Could Go Wrong?”
The next Spokespeople event is this Saturday, September 13th. Join us for Spokespimple: Stories of Adolescence. Sign up to tell a story, or just come to listen! New storytellers are welcome and encouraged. Interpret the theme as literally or figuratively as you like. Email Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. Stories must be true, told …
The next Spokespeople event is Sat., July 26! Join us for Slippery When Wet: Encounters With Water. Tales of swimming, showering, slurping, and other activities undertaken when wet. Water, you waiting for?
Pantsless, in a Ninja Turtles t-shirt, our storyteller frolicked freely in the verdant hills of suburban Maryland until an ill-timed encounter with an ax. Our storyteller, with all her limbs and wits intact, recounted this tale at our January 2014 show, “Scars.”
Warning: this story contains explicit content. A couple of divas bond over an evening of unexpected events. The story of this intimate night on the town was told live at our February 2014 show, “Exes and Ohhhhs.”