(mostly) TRUE THINGS Storytelling Show
“A great show with a fantastic environment. Perfect to bring a loved one or an evening with friends.” Push/Pause TV
(MOSTLY) TRUE THINGS, Long Island’s first local storytelling show returns to Performing Arts Studio, 224 E. Main St. in Port Jefferson, NY 11777 on Saturday January 26, 2019 at 7 p.m. The line-up of storytellers for this performance are drawn from the dynamic storytelling scene in the New York area, including Moth Grand Slam winner David Hu, Jennifer Glick, and 2 performers who host Long Island storytelling open mics through The Muse Exchange, Travis Makeme Madison and Pete Lotus Arevelo.
(MOSTLY) TRUE THINGS is a game wrapped in a storytelling show that has played to packed houses in Long Island for the past 2 years and also features a successful teen version. The show branched out to Manhattan in 2016 where it played to packed and enthusiastic houses at The PIT Loft and is now booked around the country. The storytelling line-up rotates for each show and includes Moth Winners, Award-winning playwrights, and performers from UCB, The PIT, and Second City. The game is this: one storyteller tells the unvarnished truth, the other 3 include carefully-crafted little white lies. The audience gets to question the storytellers, who can improvise their responses. then vote for the person they think told it straight. With some improvised story-inspired music and songs written for the show by host/creator Jude Treder-Wolff and Wells Hanley. There are prizes involved, if you can believe a thing like that.
This storytelling show was created by Long Island-based writer/performer Jude Treder-Wolff who has been featured four times on the ground-breaking storytelling podcast RISK!, the national live show and podcast Mortified, performs at storytelling shows across Long Island and in Manhattan including The Peoples Improv Theater and guest monologist for the Armando Diaz Experience at The Magnet Theater.
The ticket prices includes delicious coffee press coffee, tea or water. Complete information and ticketing at www.mostlytruethings.com
$15 online until the day of show, $20 at the door (cash only)