You are cordially invited to join our annual holiday party on Saturday, December 10. We’ll drink a little eggnog, loiter by the mistletoe, and share a few stories about this time of year.
Lacking quarters and crucial bits of information about rural New Hampshire, a city girl ventures north via Amtrak in the era before cell phones. Today’s storyteller regaled our live audience with this tale at the July 2015 show, “On the Road.”
November 8th may be the big decision day, but November 5th is the day to celebrate stories of campaigns for student government, embarrassing fundraisers, and awkward GOTV calls.* Join us for Indecision 2016: Stories of elections, campaigns, and competition of all kinds!
A fortuitous concert and an inconvenient illness led a man and some diapers to live nappily ever after. This story was told live at our April 2015 show, “Smoke & Mirrors.”
Our September storytelling show! Theme: Mistakes Were Made. Stories of mistakes big and small — that person you dated for way too long or not long enough, that time you used baking soda instead of baking powder, that email you hit send on too soon — mistakes of all kinds! As always, new storytellers are …
Come on, give us a break! Well, a story of a break, breakup, or breakthrough. Did you have a fateful breakfast? Discover a new found appreciation for anti-lock brakes? We want to hear about it! We’re telling stories about things breaking into place in Berkeley on Saturday, July 9th.
It’s a Spokespeople first! We’re celebrating Bike to Work Month by partnering with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition on a bike-themed storytelling evening. We’re telling tales of adventures on two wheels in the Grotto at Sports Basement on Friday, May 20.
Today we bring you this charming tale of California Pizza Kitchen and the kindness of strangers. This story was told live at our June 2015 show, “Birthdays & Birthday Suits.” About the Storyteller Hailey Gilmore is a global health get-shit-donner. Hailey enjoys books, books, yoga, more books, and cooking too. Homepage photo courtesy of Will Clayton …