Storytellers of all kinds are being recruited for the first annual Seattle Stories event. It is billed as ‘true stories told by adults for adults.’ And to ensure that story-goers have the best experience possible, auditions for storytellers will be held this weekend and the finalists will get to tell their tales on Saturday, March 27 in front of a crowd at Serendipity Cafe in Magnolia starting at 7:30pm.
The story theme for the inaugural year is “Once Upon a Time.” Stories can be about anything that happened in your past from the hilarious to the serious and suspenseful. The one caveat is that the story be true and that it be told without notes. Seattle Stories is sponsored by The Queen Anne/Magnolia News and the Seattle Milk Fund, a non-profit that has been working to bring access to education, childcare and temporary basic needs to Seattle families for over 100 years. Attendees will be able to hear ten great stories for a $10 donation, most of which will be going to the SMF.
Auditions will be held this Friday, March 12 starting at 8p.m. this Saturday, March 13 beginning at 7 p.m. at Serendipity. For more information contact Myke Folger at 206-461-1310 or firstname.lastname@example.org.