“People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it’s the other way around.” — Terry Pratchett
Why go into Boston when you can hear the very best of storytellers right here in Metrowest?! Love the Moth? Want to hear the same great quality? Come join us!
Ticket : Regular $10 ~ Member $7 ~ Student $5
Tonight’s theme: What I Did For Love
Jannelle, a Massmouth StorySLAM winner and Massmouth Grand Champion Finalist (2nd place), is an author and theater arts producer.
Rachel is a Senior Lecturer in Communications at Simmons College where she teaches storytelling, journalism, health communication, and media studies. A political junkie, she blogs at politicsinpink.com waxing eloquent, and at times angry, about feminism, politics, and popular culture. She lives in central Massachusetts with her husband, two kids, two cats, two lizards, and numerous dust bunnies.
Karen Lock Kolp
Karen is a Massmouth featured storyteller, author, podcaster, and freelancer whose work has appeared in baystateparent and Boston Globe Magazine. She is a child development expert and former educator who started podcasting after a chronic illness prevented her from returning to the classroom. She created the “We Turned Out Okay” podcast and wrote a book for parents of young children, Positive Discipline Ninja Tactics. Connect with Karen at weturnedoutokay.com.
Fugitive Stories is an event that brings new and experienced storytellers together to challenge and delight us with this profoundly personal, accessible craft. We bring Moth and Massmouth Slam winners from Greater Boston who prepare a five- to six-minute story on a theme.
And YOU can be part of the evening! And we invite community members each night to tell THEIR stories…YOUR stories! Sign up online to request to be a scheduled teller (use this link) OR Come tonight, put your name in a hat and you may be picked!
Sponsored by: Bernardi Auto Group