Today’s storyteller loves summer camp, but not so much the other campers. Discover how this polar-bear-documentary-loving, magic-card-playing, California native learned to open up to others on the last day of summer camp. This story comes from our April 2015 show, Smoke & Mirrors.
Kid logic meets the mother of necessity. One budding inventor builds a machine to channel his own hot air into a means to blow away his elementary school enemies. This story was told live at our Oct. 2014 show, “Search and Research.”
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.”
Some people are born to hike in in the great wilderness of New Hampshire. Others are born to drink magic juice next to the campfire. Our storyteller figures out what kind of hiker she is in this story from our January 2014 show, “Scars.”