The New Improved Odyssey Storytelling For 2010
Now in it's sixth year, Odyssey Storytelling is evolving. We have a new assistant producer, you'll be able to hear stories every month, and we've chosen themes for all of next year, all to give Tucson storylisteners more of what they like.
Adam Hostetter, has joined Producer, Penelope Starr and the Odyssey team as Assistant Producer. You might have seen Adam on stage a few times this past year and now you'll see a lot more of him as he and Penelope continue to bring you great storytelling events for 2010.
Odyssey is returning to an every month schedule. You can hear original personal stories from a diverse collection of community members on the first Thursday of every month in the Club Congress. Reserve the date in your calendars for the year!
We've chosen themes for the whole next year to make it easier for storytellers to see where their favorite personal story will fit.
January 7, Money Clips: the economy and you
February 4, Exposed: naked in public
March 4, New shoes: the fashion show
April 1, Green stories: adventures in sustainability
May 6, Borders: cross-cultural stories
June 3, Monsoon: water, water everywhere
July 1, I Quit: Moving on
August 5, Airport Stories: are we there yet?
September 2, Crazy for you: an Evening about Insanity
October 7, Bad Behavior: the Crime show
November 4, Masks: the Hidden Identity show
December 2, Belly Laughs: Humor for the Holidays
To submit your story for consideration, just email us, Adam@Odysseystorytelling.com or Penelope@Odysseystorytelling.com. Include a one paragraph synopsis and a brief bio. You can also call 730-4112 for more information.
On Thursday January 7 the theme is Money Clips: The Economy and You. Six storytellers will be entertaining and fascinating with personal stories about finance. It takes place at 7 p.m., at the Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St., $7 Go to our website to see who's telling and reserved seats: www.Odysseystorytelling.com.
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