When: 7:30 PM on Thursday, January 17th (1/17/13)
The Gloucester Writers Center presents Fish Tales!: Live Storytelling, a live storytelling event that is looking for storytellers for the inaugural event. Similar to The Moth Story Hour on NPR, at Fish Tales you will tell your true story live in front of an audience. The story must be no more than five minutes from beginning to end, and should follow a traditional story arc—having an introduction to set the stage, a story climax, and a conclusion. Those are really the only criteria that we have. “Fish Tales” will be a bi-monthly event, and each reading will have a different overarching theme.
The Gloucester Writers Center presents Fish Tales!: Live Storytelling, a new live storytelling event. Similar to The Moth Story Hour on NPR, readers will tell their true life stories live without notes or cues. The stories will all be a maximum of five minutes long and will follow the theme of the evening; Hook, Line, and Sinker. Fish Tales will be a bi-monthly event, and each reading will have a different overarching theme, so if you miss this one be sure to attend the next one!
If you are interested in performing then visit the http://www.gloucesterwriters.com for more information on how to prepare. All are welcome to just come and listen to stories.
The event will be made up of whoever signs up to read for the night. All are welcome to come listen to or to perform their stories! If you are interested in reading email email@example.com
The Gloucester Writers Center is located in the late poet Vincent Ferrini’s historic home, at the Gloucester Writers Center at 126 East Main Street, East Gloucester, MA. The Center was founded to celebrate, preserve, and promote Gloucester’s rich literary legacy and to create space in the community for the voices of people of all ages and backgrounds to be heard through writing, dialogue, and the artistic process. Find out more about the Gloucester Writers Center at gloucesterwriters.org
Contact Person: For information about the event please contact Maxwell Snelling at firstname.lastname@example.org or Maureen Aylward at email@example.com or visit gloucesterwriters.org/event/fish-tales/.