Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Tucson: ODYSSEY STORYTELLING presents: Airport Stories


From: Adam Hostetter []
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2010 10:16 AM
Subject: ODYSSEY STORYTELLING presents: Airport Stories


Thursday, August 5, 7:00pm

Club Congress, 311 E Congress Tucson, Tickets $7.00


ODYSSEY STORYTELLING presents: Airport Stories: Are We There Yet?


Six people have 10 minutes each to tell their true stories about the theme Airport Stories: Are We There Yet?   The layover. The delay. The bar. The things that happen amongst strangers during travel. Ever see a star at LAX? A politico at BWI? What happened at security? Running to the gate. Not having permission to land. Where are you headed?


Storytellers for this month will be announced soon!  See who's telling at


Odyssey Storytelling has been entertaining and enlightening Tucson audiences for the past six years. The stories are not read or memorized, they are personal stories from the creativity of the teller.


Have dinner at the Cup Cafe (reservations recommended: 798-1618) in the historic Hotel Congress OR at the new Maynard's Market and Kitchen on Toole Ave in the Historic Train Depot (reservations recommended: 545-0577), let them know you're going to Odyssey, and they will reserve a seat for you at the show. Parking is free on the street after 5 p.m.


Tickets at the door or reserve your seats online:

Contact 730-4112 or  for more info.

Tickets : $7    Doors open at: 6:30pm 


Storytellers needed for upcoming shows:


September 2nd, 2010: Crazy for You: The Insanity Show. Stories of the mad, insane, and whacky. The eccentric family member.  The psychotic boyfriend.  The off-the wall teacher.  The nonsensical red-tape. Finding yourself in a ridiculous or unimaginable situation.  Falling crazy in love.  Bizarre fanaticism.  Looney ideas and dreams.  Reasons for (or against) Prozac, Valium, Lithium, and Ritalin. The people and things that drive you crazy. 

October 7th, 2010: Bad Behavior: The Crime Show: How have you been bad? Breaking the rules or breaking the law; getting away with murder. Tell about civil disobedience, deviance, or defiance. Grounded by your parents. Busted by the red light camera. Arrested at the sit-in. Bailed out of jail. Golden child gone bad: Are there laws you want to break?




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