Hillary is relaunching Tell Your Story: Crafting an Authentic Elevator Pitch That Works as part of Philly Tech Week 2016. For more information and to register for the workshop, please visit Tell Me A Story’s Ticketleap Page. For more info on Philly Tech Week, be sure to pick up a guidebook (located all over Philly) or browse their fabulous website.
Tell Me A Story, Philadelphia’s only curated storytelling show, returns to Shot Tower Coffee on Wednesday, March 16th for an evening of comedic storytelling. Within the intimate setting of this Queen Village coffee shop, storytellers and comedians, from Philly and elsewhere, reveal true, comedic stories based on a theme. This evening will feature stories on the theme “Offline”. We are telling stories about a time when the non-digital world prevailed. It’s going to be a good one so be sure to silence your cell phones.
Join host Hillary Rea for an evening of secrets spilled, confessions blurted, and memories shared. This month’s line-up features Technic.ly Philly and Story Shuffle founder Christopher Wink, First Person Arts GrandSLAM champion Steve Clark, featured RISK! storytellers Kate Fruhman and Katie Samson, stand-up comedian and host of Justify Your Love, T.J. Hurley, and improviser Randie Welles.
All tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door with cash or credit card. Doors are at 7pm, Stories at 7:30pm.