Hello beautiful Here’sthestorians! We are proud and pleased to announce our very first year-end holiday show! Dan and I have put a lot of work into dreaming this up for you, and think it’s going to be a really special night.
This show’s format will be different from usual, as we’ll be featuring 100% Audience Favorite tellers from the course of the year. There will be no walk-up slots; just your favorite Chicago tellers, gracing you with 8-minutes of their storytelling magic. As always, there will be a potluck dinner (we are hoping grand holiday feast style!) and great friends and community. The event is casual as ever, but if you’d like to get a little fancy, or costume it up, please do!
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Cody was the teller with the most points at the end of our Kickstarter Kickoff Party.
Thanks to everyone who came out, bought a ticket, or shared a dish. The spread was awesome, your enthusiasm all night long was through the roof. So much fun.
We have a ton of events coming up from the Renegade Craft Faire, to Journey to the End of the Night, but, we will be seeing Cody again Oct. 7th.
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1225 West Belmont
Sunday Sept. 2nd
Free if you bring food
This show is one I’m crazy excited about. Both Frank Bergh and AK Nacer are people I’ve been trying to get pinned down for some time. These two guys are voices I don’t get to hear often, and they’re bringing stories that aren’t already in the community. Thanks everyone for doing this!
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First off, special thanks to Monte for getting us these awesome photos, right after the show!
Second! Wow, 46 people filled out cards and we ended up with a tie. Both Ron and Xavier scored the exact same number of points. That’s crazy! They also scored the exact same number of 15s!
When counting up all the points I found it a little ironic that Ron got the most points from the three people in the audience who refused to be constrained by our tyrannical rules. Only 50 points! Pfft, how about I try and give away 61! Or, only 15 to one person? I’m going to drop 35 on on one person! What are they going to do? Normalize the scores, just like they said at the beginning of the show?
It’s great because that’s totally the sort of stunt I would pull, not out of malice to rules, but because I’m that bad at math.
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