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May 13 2013
When Dan Boyd suggested that I meet him at Stoop-Style Stories, I said, “Sure, I’ll be there!” It was about ten minutes later when my worry started to kick in:
“I don’t know where this place is, how will I get there? What if I’m not cool enough? Or what if it’s super awkward to go up to strangers and ask if they’re Dan Boyd? It’ll be dark. I could get struck by lightning. Or kidnapped by goblins.”
To at least muffle the voice of my worries, I brought a friend. Goblin crisis averted.
Before Stoop-Style Stories, I had never been to a storytelling show, so I had no idea what to expect when I waltzed into Rosa’s Lounge. What I did find, as the evening progressed, is something that regular storytelling audience members will take as a matter of fact: this is a ritual.
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Jan 14 2013
Here’s the Story happens again on February 3rd at our temporary location at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont, at 8pm! We’re right next door to our regular digs at Stage 773, which we will return to in March.
Please join us for a big, beautiful, free potluck dinner, and stories from some of Chicago’s most beloved tellers.
and Monte LaMonte
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Here’s the Story
7:30 doors open, potluck time
Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont
$8 or FREE with a shared dish for the potluck
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Jan 07 2013
What a great show. The word of the night seemed to be, diverse.
The evening opened up with a great story from Ken Brezinsky about fracking that reminded me of David Holmes’ Fracking Song.
And the night continued on to talk about religion, mothers, missing fathers, lost loves, and games of scrabble. It was a fun night, we got to see Amanda Rountree transform into a typical Dick’s shopper. I think that’s likely to be my biggest belly laugh of the year.
It was a really full crowd for an early January. We had a stellar points turn out too, super-crazy thanks to the thirty-three who dropped your email on us. If you missed the email sign up, there is a place to do it in the sidebar to the right.
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Nov 05 2012
Scott will be invited back to feature again! Be sure to check out his other work through out the month, be it, This Much is True, Do Not Submit, Story Lab, or one of the places he’ll be featuring around town.
He’s also doing a special show out in NY next weekend. All of his shows as well as other awesome Chicago live lit shows can be found on our calendar. (This calendar was originally set up by Aria Alexander Manifold and is maintained by a number of people.)
So thanks to everyone who dropped points on all the tellers who told this year. In Nov. we had more sheets turned in than ever before and we hope a lot of you get to make it back for our big holiday show coming up.
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Sep 17 2012
Here you have the night’s solo winner!
And here is a great bit of work created by team serpentine, the only team to make it in alive. (Special nod goes to all the teams who signed up, you did some great work.)
We are lucky to have you on our side!
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Sep 17 2012
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