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.”
Ah, wilderness! Our intrepid storyteller heeds the call of the wild in Denali National Park only to find comfort in a climate-controlled school bus. This riveting tale was told live at our December 2014 show, “Frozen.” About the storyteller Gene Goldstein-Plesser likes potlucks, accordions, stories, and sweet chili sauce. He recently returned from Alaska, where he saw …
Rules are rules — except when they’re meant to be broken. Today’s story of one mom’s flexible interpretation of state law (and other rules) comes to us from our October 2013 show, “Parents or Guardians.”
An unplanned lesbian pregnancy and a romantic getaway to Mormon country? Our storyteller ponders the nature of truly “Perfect Timing” in our show at the Actual Cafe in March 2013.
You think you’ve played a long game of Monopoly, but do you measure its duration in days? If so, today’s storyteller has a bit of property he’d like to show you. This story of real-estate transactions and brokered popularity comes from our December 2012 show, When It Rains, It Pours.