To almost all our fans, it’s looked like we’ve been doing nothing. And I have to imagine, to some of us who have been working on projects – I think we’ve felt that way too. But it isn’t true. We took a stab at making Journey, we took a stab at making a video …
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Jun 12 2018
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Nov 17 2015
I was at a lose as to what to do. Historically, I’ve had trouble giving things up. Lent was spent mocking my more pious friends. I still have letter and notes from every single one of my CouchSurfers. I… am playing World of Warcraft again. I briefly entertained the thought of giving up alcohol. Of …
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Nov 13 2015
Next Month’s show will be A Month Of Transit: Stop Someplace New Facebook link One of the things I like about this task is how it’s worded. Rather than, “Go Someplace New” it’s “Stop Someplace New.” It reminds me that every time I commute there are little hidden gems, quaint adventures, interesting and unexpected people …
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Nov 11 2015
Nov 11th @ Stage 773
Remove _____ from your life.
Closed is a strange theme and I wonder where the night will take us. Perhaps to stories about closing down shop, or stories about being being closed out of a group, stories about getting to a place just a hair too late, or maybe even in the nick of time! I’m not sure where this foray into storytelling back and forth will lead, but I’m looking forward to seeing where it does.
For the group task, Remove _____ from your life, some of us decided to go blind for a short time. Come to the show to find out what sort of perspective changes that lead to.
Join us Nov 11th for Closed! If you post a story about the task “Closed” in the comments here, you get into the show for free.
A Month Of
Stage 773 1225 W. Belmont
Wed Nov 1ath 7:30-10:00
$10 free with a posted story or shared dish
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Oct 03 2015
The other night’s show was awesome. Thanks to everyone who came out, brought food, shared stories, and maybe even got a little freaked out by our exuberance. The stories moved around, featured dreamy trespassing, father’s who don’t want to pay for parking, ghosts in our nightmares, and more. Next month will be A Month Of… …
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Sep 25 2015
A dreamscape is born when you empty a place of people. Just east of the Beverly Shores Camping ground, a treeline dangling its fall leaves beckoned me and a few friends out of of the water during a camping trip made one year ago to the Indiana Dunes. “This looks exactly like a Hans Christian Anderson fairtyale book,” …
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Aug 29 2015
Hillel gifted us with this idea of creating a space within a space after he started busting out moves at a club. The audience told him, “You’re a really good dancer!” But rather than rock out to the dance club grooves he didn’t care for, he had popped in his earbuds. The club was just …
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Aug 12 2015
This month, we’ve taken to celebrating boundaries and our ability to define spaces.
To be the first to find out what Duo and Bonnie did, you’ll have to come to the show tonight. (Those who can’t make the show will be able to read their stories on Friday.)
A Month Of
1225 West Belmont
$10 or Free
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Jul 24 2015
This weekend we will be at Eco hosting a Story Luck style open mic with three guest features.
Saturday July 26th
2042 W 21st Street, Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60608
Tickets are available here!
And here is the Facebook invite with full details: Edible Alchemy Hosts Feastival at Eco
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Jul 05 2015
This month’s theme is “Genius: Be an Inventor.” Unfortunately for me, no genius source of inspiration came readily, until I stopped wracking my brain for ways to make something original and new. I’m going to try to borrow from one of the oldest tropes associated with “The Genius” – as someone who games the system, …
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