Tell Me A Story is back and ready for elves on shelves, Chanukah presents and nordic ski sweaters! We’re just a little early with our Holiday spirit. But not as early as Target. The next show is Wednesday, November 18th at Shot Tower Coffee. Join host Hillary Rea for a night of comedic storytelling on the theme “Home for the Holidays”. The line-up features Kate Banford, Mike Fenn, Jaime Fountaine, Anna Goldfarb, Michael Kelly, Cecilia Watson, and Marjorie Winther. All tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door with cash or credit card. Doors are at 7pm, Stories at 7:30pm. For more info: check out TMAS on Facebook and Twitter.
Azuka Theatre, a Philadelphia theater company devoted to telling stories of outcasts and underdogs is currently presenting Lights Rise on Grace, a 90 minute play that strips bare the issues of incarceration, sexuality and family. On Sunday, November 15th, immediately following the 2pm performance, Hillary will participate in a post-show discussion panel on the art of storytelling. Joining Hillary is Lights Rise on Grace actor, Bi Jean Ngo, and local comedian, Cecily Alexandria. For more information on this event and other Azuka Theatre happenings, please visit their website.