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RIFF: Song-Inspired Stories - "Party All Night Long" at City Winery
Jun
25
7:00 PM19:00

RIFF: Song-Inspired Stories - "Party All Night Long" at City Winery

City Winery loves music and Massmouth loves stories. Together, we bring you a new storytelling series, Riff: Song-Inspired Stories. Hosted at City Winery in downtown Boston, tellers spin true six-minute stories on a new song-inspired theme each month. Four pre-picked tellers and four tellers drawn randomly at the event compete for audience favorite and a $50 City Winery gift card

THEME: Party All Night Long

TICKETS: $10 online or at the door. Purchase tickets online here

LOCATED: 80 Beverly Street. Downtown Boston. Next to Haymarket Orange Line T Stop.

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Storytelling for Television Workshop
Jun
30
9:00 AM09:00

Storytelling for Television Workshop

Lights. Camera. Action. After co-producing the national television show Stories from the Stage with the World Channel, Massmouth has learned some important lessons for beginner and advanced tellers. Go behind the scenes and learn unique tips from how to select outfits to ending stories with the right energy whether for TV or online videos.

Next Date: Saturdays, June 30, July 28, August 25, or September 29

Time: 9am-12pm

LocationThe Schrafft Center in Somerville, MA, conveniently located across from the Sullivan T Station (orange line). Free parking available.

Cost $40 per person

Register online

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Copy of Suitcase Stories Unpacked Workshop
Jun
30
to Jul 7

Copy of Suitcase Stories Unpacked Workshop

Suitcase Stories Unpacked is a popular storytelling workshop that provides local residents an opportunity to learn the art of storytelling. The workshop focuses on immigrant-related stories, but all residents are welcome. Immigration impacts everyone from newcomers to neighbors. Learn how to craft a compelling story from expert storytellers.

Date: Saturday, June 30 

Time: 9am - 3pm (with one hour lunch break)

Location: Cary Memorial Library

Cost: Free with registration.

Register online. 

This program is a collaboration between Massmouth, a Boston-based storytelling organization, and the International Institute of New England. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Lexington Council for the Arts, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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Storytelling for Television Workshop
Jul
28
9:00 AM09:00

Storytelling for Television Workshop

Lights. Camera. Action. After co-producing the national television show Stories from the Stage with the World Channel, Massmouth has learned some important lessons for beginner and advanced tellers. Go behind the scenes and learn unique tips from how to select outfits to ending stories with the right energy whether for TV or online videos.

Next Date: Saturdays, June 30, July 28, August 25, or September 29

Time: 9am-12pm

LocationThe Schrafft Center in Somerville, MA, conveniently located across from the Sullivan T Station (orange line). Free parking available.

Cost $40 per person

Register online

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Intro to Storytelling Workshop
Aug
6
to Aug 20

Intro to Storytelling Workshop

Do you have a story to tell? We want to hear it. Come craft your first (or next) story with Massmouth's expert instructors. In this fun, interactive workshop, explore how to develop a compelling narrative arc and personal performance style that results in a story that listeners will think about for days. The first two sessions focus on the nuts and bolts of storytelling. During the final week, share your new (or improved) story on stage at Club Passim in Harvard Square. Class sizes are intentionally small to allow for community building and meaningful feedback.

Dates: Monday, August 6, 13, 20

Time: 6:00-9:00 (with short break)

Location: Week 1 & 2: The Schrafft Center in Somerville, MA, conveniently located across from the Sullivan T Station (orange line). Free parking available. Week 3: Club Passim in Harvard Square (T red line). 47 Palmer St, Cambridge, MA 02138

Cost: $100 per person or $180 for two people. Includes Club Passim admission.

Register Online

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Storytelling for Television Workshop
Aug
25
9:00 AM09:00

Storytelling for Television Workshop

Lights. Camera. Action. After co-producing the national television show Stories from the Stage with the World Channel, Massmouth has learned some important lessons for beginner and advanced tellers. Go behind the scenes and learn unique tips from how to select outfits to ending stories with the right energy whether for TV or online videos.

Next Date: Saturdays, June 30, July 28, August 25, or September 29

Time: 9am-12pm

LocationThe Schrafft Center in Somerville, MA, conveniently located across from the Sullivan T Station (orange line). Free parking available.

Cost $40 per person

Register online

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Advanced Storytelling with Massmouth Workshop
Sep
4
to Sep 17

Advanced Storytelling with Massmouth Workshop

In Massmouth, we say that "one good story calls another." Learn how to continue to improve your storytelling during this interactive three-week course taught by Massmouth's expert instructors. Dig deeper into scene and character development and story editing. Explore how to captivate an audience from the first line to the last word. During the final week, perform an improved story on stage at Club Passim in Harvard Square.

Dates: Monday, Sept 4, 10, & 17

Time: 6:00-9:00 (with short break)

Location: Week 1 & 2: The Schrafft Center in Somerville, MA, conveniently located across from the Sullivan T Station (orange line). Free parking available. Week 3: Club Passim in Harvard Square (T red line). 47 Palmer St, Cambridge, MA 02138

Cost: $100 per person or $180 for two people. Includes Club Passim admission. 

Register Online

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Advanced Storytelling with Massmouth Workshop
Sep
4
to Sep 17

Advanced Storytelling with Massmouth Workshop

In Massmouth, we say that "one good story calls another." Learn how to continue to improve your storytelling during this interactive three-week course taught by Massmouth's expert instructors. Dig deeper into scene and character development and story editing. Explore how to captivate an audience from the first line to the last word. During the final week, perform an improved story on stage at Club Passim in Harvard Square.

Dates: Monday, July 2, 9. & 16

Time: 6:00-9:00 (with short break)

Location: Week 1 & 2: The Schrafft Center in Somerville, MA, conveniently located across from the Sullivan T Station (orange line). Free parking available. Week 3: Club Passim in Harvard Square (T red line). 47 Palmer St, Cambridge, MA 02138

Cost: $100 per person or $180 for two people. Includes Club Passim admission. 

Register Online

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Storytelling for Television Workshop
Sep
29
9:00 AM09:00

Storytelling for Television Workshop

Lights. Camera. Action. After co-producing the national television show Stories from the Stage with the World Channel, Massmouth has learned some important lessons for beginner and advanced tellers. Go behind the scenes and learn unique tips from how to select outfits to ending stories with the right energy whether for TV or online videos.

Next Date: Saturdays, June 30, July 28, August 25, or September 29

Time: 9am-12pm

LocationThe Schrafft Center in Somerville, MA, conveniently located across from the Sullivan T Station (orange line). Free parking available.

Cost $40 per person

Register online

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Suitcase Stories in Boston
Jun
20
7:00 PM19:00

Suitcase Stories in Boston

Suitcase Stories, a collaboration between Massmouth and the International Institute of New England, honors the contributions of refugees and immigrants throughout the region through the timeless art of live storytelling. Local, foreign and U.S.- born residents will perform first-person stories on themes of refugee resettlement and immigrant integration.

All funds support International Institute of New England programming, including refugee resettlement, English language education, workforce training, citizenship services, and more.

Buy your tickets here!

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Hyde Park 150: Stories from the Neighborhood
Jun
10
7:00 PM19:00

Hyde Park 150: Stories from the Neighborhood

On June 10th, the Fairmount Grille and Sam Adams will honor Hyde Park's 150th anniversary through the timeless art of storytelling. Each showcase will feature six local storytellers sharing memorable first-person stories from the neighborhood.

The series is produced in partnership with Sponsor Sam Adams, The Fairmount Grille, Hyde Park 150th arts committee and Massmouth, a local non-profit organization. 

Fairmount Grille, 81 Fairmount Ave. Hyde Park

Show starts at 7pm. Come early for dinner and drinks.

Free to attend. First come, first serve. 

 

 

 

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Stories from the Stage "One Crazy Summer"  Live show (no TV taping this month)
Jun
7
7:00 PM19:00

Stories from the Stage "One Crazy Summer" Live show (no TV taping this month)

Massmouth and WGBH have partnered for five years to bring storytelling to WGBH"s headquarters.  Kick off the summer with a live storytelling event on stories from the season. Six tellers share first person stories in front of a live audience.

NOTE: These events are often filmed for national TV; however, this event will not be but still come out and support the tellers! 

You must be 21+ to attend this event. Please bring a valid form of identification.

Get your tickets here! 

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Intro to Storytelling Workshop
Jun
4
to Jun 18

Intro to Storytelling Workshop

Do you have a story to tell? We want to hear it. Come craft your first (or next) story with Massmouth's expert instructors. In this fun, interactive workshop, explore how to develop a compelling narrative arc and personal performance style that results in a story that listeners will think about for days. The first two sessions focus on the nuts and bolts of storytelling. During the final week, share your new (or improved) story on stage at Club Passim in Harvard Square. Class sizes are intentionally small to allow for community building and meaningful feedback.

Dates: Monday, June 4, 11, & 18th

Time: 6:00-9:00 (with short break)

Location: Week 1 & 2: The Schrafft Center in Somerville, MA, conveniently located across from the Sullivan T Station (orange line). Free parking available. Week 3: Club Passim in Harvard Square (T red line). 47 Palmer St, Cambridge, MA 02138

Cost: $100 per person or $180 for two people. Includes Club Passim admission.

Register Online

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RIFF: Song-Inspired Stories - "Born to Run" at City Winery
May
28
7:00 PM19:00

RIFF: Song-Inspired Stories - "Born to Run" at City Winery

City Winery loves music and Massmouth loves stories. Together, we bring you a new storytelling series, Riff: Song-Inspired Stories. Hosted at City Winery in downtown Boston, tellers spin true six-minute stories on a new song-inspired theme each month. Four pre-picked tellers and four tellers drawn randomly at the event compete for audience favorite and a $50 City Winery gift card

THEME: Born to Run

TICKETS: $10 online or at the door. Purchase tickets online here

LOCATED: 80 Beverly Street. Downtown Boston. Next to Haymarket Orange Line T Stop.

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Suitcase Stories Unpacked Workshop
May
22
to May 29

Suitcase Stories Unpacked Workshop

Suitcase Stories Unpacked is a popular storytelling workshop that provides local residents an opportunity to learn the art of storytelling. The workshop focuses on immigrant-related stories, but all residents are welcome. Immigration impacts everyone from newcomers to neighbors. Learn how to craft a compelling story from expert storytellers.

Date: Tuesday, May 22 and 29th 

Time: 7-9pm

Location: Cary Memorial Library

Cost: Free with registration.

Register online. 

This program is a collaboration between Massmouth, a Boston-based storytelling organization, and the International Institute of New England. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Lexington Council for the Arts, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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The 2018 Big Mouth Off
May
10
8:00 PM20:00

The 2018 Big Mouth Off

Who will win this year's title of Greater Boston's best storyteller? Join Massmouth for the 2017-2018 storytelling slam season finale, The Big Mouth Off, to find out! After advancing through quarter and semi-final competitions at Trident Booksellers and Club Passim, ten outstanding local tellers deliver true, first-person stories that are funny, heartbreaking, and everything in between. The winner, selected by a panel of notable guest judges, will be named this year's Big Mouth Off champion. 

All proceeds benefit Massmouth, a Boston-based nonprofit organization that promotes the timeless art of storytelling. Funds support annual programming, including story slams, showcases, workshops, and special events.

Get your ticket now!

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SUITCASE STORIES LIVE IN HINGHAM
May
10
7:00 PM19:00

SUITCASE STORIES LIVE IN HINGHAM

Suitcase Stories, a collaboration between Massmouth and the International Institute of New England, honors the contributions of refugees and immigrants throughout the region through the timeless art of live storytelling. Local, foreign and U.S.- born residents will perform first-person stories on themes of refugee resettlement and immigrant integration.

All funds support International Institute of New England programming, including refugee resettlement, English language education, workforce training, citizenship services, and more.

Buy your tickets here!

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Stories from the Stage "Lost and Found" Live Taping!
May
3
7:00 PM19:00

Stories from the Stage "Lost and Found" Live Taping!

Massmouth and WGBH are excited to announce that Stories from the Stage – a storytelling show co-produced by the two organizations - is being taped for a television pilot for the WORLD Channel and PBS! Come see the next round of tapings with Wednesday night's show on the theme, "Lost and Found." 

You must be 21+ to attend this event. Please bring a valid form of identification.

Get your tickets here! 

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Child's Play Story Slam at CIC ArtWeek
May
1
6:00 PM18:00

Child's Play Story Slam at CIC ArtWeek

They say "child's play" is easy. But how about epic adventures, sibling rivalries, or games that spin out of control? Or a task you thought would be "child's play," and oh, so wasn't? Come tell your own best 5-minute true story of playful pandemonium at our "Child's Play" story slam at CIC ArtWeek. The audience choice winner will go home with a $100 gift card from local restaurant Glass House!

CIC, a world-renowned startup incubator in Kendall Square, is hosting the slam in collaboration with Massmouth as part of ArtWeek Boston. Doors open at 5pm for FREE food and drink and an hour to mingle. The story slam starts at 6pm. We will also be celebrating local independent fiction publication, The Cantabrigian Magazine, with a reading from the next issue. It'll be a great mash-up of business and tech innovators, storytellers, and literary mavens – in short, an evening of people who play.

CIC Cambridge has generously underwritten the event so that the public can attend for free. Space is limited, though, so be sure to RSVP to claim your seat!

To access the 5th floor event space, please bring a valid ID to show to first-floor security and tell them you are attending the show. 

What is a story slam?
A story slam is a storytelling event where audience members become the tellers! Anyone can throw their name in the hat for the chance to tell a 5-minute true story from their lives on the evening's theme: Child's Play. A team of five volunteer judges will evaluate the stories and the night's top-scorer wins a prize.

 

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Hyde Park 150: Stories from the Neighborhood
Apr
22
7:00 PM19:00

Hyde Park 150: Stories from the Neighborhood

On April 22nd and June 10th, the Fairmount Grille and Sam Adams will honor Hyde Park's 150th anniversary through the timeless art of storytelling. Each showcase will feature six local storytellers sharing memorable first-person stories from the neighborhood.

The series is produced in partnership with Sponsor Sam Adams, The Fairmount Grille, Hyde Park 150th arts committee and Massmouth, a local non-profit organization. 

Fairmount Grille, 81 Fairmount Ave. Hyde Park

Show starts at 7pm. Come early for dinner and drinks.

Free to attend. First come, first serve. 

 

 

 

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Passim Story Slam Semi-Finals!
Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

Passim Story Slam Semi-Finals!

The first- and second-place winners of Passim story slams from the past year will share their winning true-life stories for the chance to advance to Massmouth's storytelling finals: the Big Mouth Off! Don't miss your chance to see some of the best emerging and featured storytellers in Greater Boston. Get your tickets now!

Tickets are $20 online or at the door. Doors open at 6pm. Show is at 7pm.

A story slam is a contest of stories by known and undiscovered talent. A team of 5 volunteer judges evaluate how well each story is told, how well it is constructed, and how well the story explores, connects and/or reveals some truth about the theme. The three top-scorers earn an opportunity to compete to perform at the "Big Mouth Off" at the end of the slam season in the spring.

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RIFF: Song-Inspired Stories - "Dream On" at City Winery
Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

RIFF: Song-Inspired Stories - "Dream On" at City Winery

City Winery loves music and Massmouth loves stories. Together, we bring you a new storytelling series, Riff: Song-Inspired Stories. Hosted at City Winery in downtown Boston, tellers spin true six-minute stories on a new song-inspired theme each month. Four pre-picked tellers and four tellers drawn randomly at the event compete for audience favorite and a $50 City Winery gift card

APRIL THEME: Dream On

TICKETS: $10 online or at the door. Purchase tickets online here

LOCATED: 80 Beverly Street. Downtown Boston. Next to Haymarket Orange Line T Stop.

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Suitcase Stories Live in Weston
Apr
12
7:00 PM19:00

Suitcase Stories Live in Weston

Suitcase Stories, a collaboration between Massmouth and the International Institute of New England, honors the contributions of refugees and immigrants throughout the region through the timeless art of live storytelling. Local, foreign and U.S.- born residents will perform first-person stories on themes of refugee resettlement and immigrant integration.

All funds support International Institute of New England programming, including refugee resettlement, English language education, workforce training, citizenship services, and more.

Buy your tickets here!

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Trident Story Slam Semi-Finals!
Apr
10
7:00 PM19:00

Trident Story Slam Semi-Finals!

*Please note this event has changed locations from Trident Booksellers to The Living Room in downtown Boston. The event is also nearly sold out. If you plan to attend, please purchase your ticket online ahead of time. We cannot guarantee that tickets will remain available at the door.*

The first- and second-place winners of Trident story slams from the past year will share their winning true-life stories for the chance to advance to Massmouth's storytelling finals: the Big Mouth Off! Don't miss your chance to see some of the best emerging and featured storytellers in Greater Boston. 

Tickets are $20 online or at the door. Doors open at 6pm. Show is at 7pm.

A story slam is a contest of stories by known and undiscovered talent. A team of 5 volunteer judges evaluate how well each story is told, how well it is constructed, and how well the story explores, connects and/or reveals some truth about the theme. The three top-scorers earn an opportunity to compete to perform at the "Big Mouth Off" at the end of the slam season in the spring.

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STORIES FROM THE STAGE "CAN'T PICK YOUR FAMILY" LIVE TAPING!
Apr
5
7:00 PM19:00

STORIES FROM THE STAGE "CAN'T PICK YOUR FAMILY" LIVE TAPING!

Massmouth and WGBH are excited to announce that Stories from the Stage – a storytelling show co-produced by the two organizations - is being taped for a television pilot for the WORLD Channel and PBS! Come see the next round of tapings with Wednesday night's show on the theme, "Can't Pick Your Family." 

You must be 21+ to attend this event. Please bring a valid form of identification.

Get your tickets here! 

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Audience Choice Story Slam Semi-Finals!
Apr
2
7:00 PM19:00

Audience Choice Story Slam Semi-Finals!

The audience choice story slam winners from the past year will share their winning true-life stories for the chance to advance to Massmouth's storytelling finals: the Big Mouth Off! Don't miss your chance to see some of the best emerging and featured storytellers in Greater Boston. Get your tickets now!

Tickets are $20 online or at the door. Doors open at 6pm. Show is at 7pm.

A story slam is a contest of stories by known and undiscovered talent. A team of 5 volunteer judges evaluate how well each story is told, how well it is constructed, and how well the story explores, connects and/or reveals some truth about the theme. The three top-scorers earn an opportunity to compete to perform at the "Big Mouth Off" at the end of the slam season in the spring.

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Busted Story Slam
Mar
28
7:00 PM19:00

Busted Story Slam

*Please note this event has moved from its original location, Trident Booksellers, to City Winery. The date has also been changed from 3/13 to 3/28 due to weather.*

Our sixth Trident story slam of the 2017-2018 season is on the theme "Busted." Bring your best true stories of toasty/toasted times - however you interpret the theme - to Trident's upstairs cafe for an evening of engaging entertainment and dinner and drinks if you choose. 

Doors open at 6pm. Slam starts at 7pm. Tickets are $10 online or at the door. Get your tickets here!

What is a Story Slam? 
A story slam is a contest of stories by known and undiscovered talent. Story slammers sign up on that night to tell a 5-minute true story on the evening's theme. Ten names are drawn at random from a box. A team of five volunteer judges evaluates how well each story is told, how well it is constructed, how well the story explores, connects and/or reveals some truth about the theme, and how well it honors the time limit. The top-scorer is awarded a prize and this winner, the runner-up and the audience-selected favorite earn an opportunity to compete to perform at the "Big Mouth Off" at the end of the slam season in the spring!

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Photo Finish Story Slam at Passim
Mar
19
7:00 PM19:00

Photo Finish Story Slam at Passim

Our sixth Passim story slam of the 2017-2018 season is on the theme "PHOTO FINISH." Bring your best true stories of toasty/toasted times - however you interpret the theme - to Trident's upstairs cafe for an evening of engaging entertainment and dinner and drinks if you choose. 

Doors open at 6pm. Slam starts at 7pm. Tickets are $10 online or at the door. Get your tickets here!

What is a Story Slam? 
A story slam is a contest of stories by known and undiscovered talent. Story slammers sign up on that night to tell a 5-minute true story on the evening's theme. Ten names are drawn at random from a box. A team of five volunteer judges evaluates how well each story is told, how well it is constructed, how well the story explores, connects and/or reveals some truth about the theme, and how well it honors the time limit. The top-scorer is awarded a prize and this winner, the runner-up and the audience-selected favorite earn an opportunity to compete to perform at the "Big Mouth Off" at the end of the slam season in the spring!

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STORIES FROM THE STAGE "IN THE DOG HOUSE" LIVE TAPING!
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

STORIES FROM THE STAGE "IN THE DOG HOUSE" LIVE TAPING!

Massmouth and WGBH are excited to announce that Stories from the Stage – a storytelling show co-produced by the two organizations - is being taped for a television pilot for the WORLD Channel and PBS! Come see the next round of tapings with Thursday night's show on the theme, "In the Dog House." 

You must be 21+ to attend this event. Please bring a valid form of identification.

Get your tickets here! 

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Love Song Story Slam at Passim
Feb
19
7:00 PM19:00

Love Song Story Slam at Passim

Our fifth Passim story slam of the 2017-2018 season is on the theme "LOVE SONG." Bring your best true stories of toasty/toasted times - however you interpret the theme - to Trident's upstairs cafe for an evening of engaging entertainment and dinner and drinks if you choose. 

Doors open at 6pm. Slam starts at 7pm. Tickets are $10 online or at the door. Get your tickets here!

What is a Story Slam? 
A story slam is a contest of stories by known and undiscovered talent. Story slammers sign up on that night to tell a 5-minute true story on the evening's theme. Ten names are drawn at random from a box. A team of five volunteer judges evaluates how well each story is told, how well it is constructed, how well the story explores, connects and/or reveals some truth about the theme, and how well it honors the time limit. The top-scorer is awarded a prize and this winner, the runner-up and the audience-selected favorite earn an opportunity to compete to perform at the "Big Mouth Off" at the end of the slam season in the spring!

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Stories from the Stage "ROAD TRIP" Live Taping!
Feb
15
7:00 PM19:00

Stories from the Stage "ROAD TRIP" Live Taping!

Massmouth and WGBH are excited to announce that Stories from the Stage – a storytelling show co-produced by the two organizations - is being taped for a television pilot for the WORLD Channel and PBS! Come see the next round of tapings with Thursday night's show on the theme, "Road Trip." 

You must be 21+ to attend this event. Please bring a valid form of identification.

Get your tickets here! 

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STORIES FROM THE STAGE "LOVE ME, LOVE ME NOT" LIVE TAPING!
Feb
14
7:00 PM19:00

STORIES FROM THE STAGE "LOVE ME, LOVE ME NOT" LIVE TAPING!

Massmouth and WGBH are excited to announce that Stories from the Stage – a storytelling show co-produced by the two organizations - is being taped for a television pilot for the WORLD Channel and PBS! Come see the next round of tapings with Wednesday night's show on the theme, "Love Me, Love Me Not." 

You must be 21+ to attend this event. Please bring a valid form of identification.

Get your tickets here! 

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Swipe Right Story Slam at Trident
Feb
13
7:00 PM19:00

Swipe Right Story Slam at Trident

**UPDATE: This event is nearly sold out. Please purchase a ticket online if you plan to attend, as there's no guarantee there will be remaining tickets available at the door. Online sales are open until 3pm the day of the show. Thank you!**

Our fifth Trident story slam of the 2017-2018 season is on the theme "SWIPE RIGHT." Bring your best true stories of saying "yes" to romance - swiping right, in Tinder parlance - to Trident's upstairs cafe for an evening of engaging entertainment and dinner and drinks if you choose. 

Doors open at 6pm. Slam starts at 7pm. Tickets are $10 online or at the door. Get your tickets here!

What is a Story Slam? 
A story slam is a contest of stories by known and undiscovered talent. Story slammers sign up on that night to tell a 5-minute true story on the evening's theme. Ten names are drawn at random from a box. A team of five volunteer judges evaluates how well each story is told, how well it is constructed, how well the story explores, connects and/or reveals some truth about the theme, and how well it honors the time limit. The top-scorer is awarded a prize and this winner, the runner-up and the audience-selected favorite earn an opportunity to compete to perform at the "Big Mouth Off" at the end of the slam season in the spring!

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