Listen. Tell. Create. I am deeply proud of the work Story Luck has done, the Story Luck Show was awesome, Producing Robot Apocalypse: Journey to the End of the Night continues to be the highlight …
Please come support Dan and Literacy Works, on Thursday Dec 5th at the Fulton Street Collective. Literacy Works teaches adults to read both via low literacy advocacy and by way of ESL classes. Literacy works …
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 …
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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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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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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My dreams are in 2D. Everything looks like it’s straight from a cartoon. I’m not only aware that I’m dreaming, but I can also control my actions in my dreams. If I wake up in the middle of dreaming, my dream pauses and I’m able to continue when I fall asleep again. Some people call …
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I know there are a bunch of things we could of done, and there were people hoping we’d get together and make some random dreams come true. I apologize, I just didn’t have it in me. It’s my hope that my reticency will be met with renewed personal fervor. IE: If you liked the idea, you can do it on your own.
What we did do.
We made fever dreams come true in Columbus Ohio. Demons, Templar, and civilians crashed through the streets of German Village to create a work of large scale collaborative fiction.
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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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Windthrow Rare on Established Specimens
No wonder it’s called milk thistle, that purple
bauble with its auriole of thorns. Milk is prickling
in me again– letdown, they call it.
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It was a conversational show. After the stories people asked questions. Said, “Wait, what about?” The show felt sort of dreamy to me. The way it ebbed and flowed reminded me of a tired late night conversation between friends. One where you don’t want to go to bed, so you ask one more question, you …
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Shut up Kanye, this isn’t about you. However, I do feel like the amount of effort I’m putting into this write-up is on par with Yeezus’s effort. Sorry guys, I’ve been busy. Part I: Tempus Terminus Speaking of busy, the 2 bar charts below explain what that means. After spending over 3 years in Chicago, …
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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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