Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Get Your Story On: Odyssey Storytelling Release 2014 Themes

Posted By on Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Not sure why the art of storytelling isn't everyone's cup of tea, but hell, it should be. So take a look at the 2014 theme line-up for Odyssey Storytelling, the Tucson group that's organized storytelling events around Tucson since 2004. The monthly storytelling evenings are the first Thursday of the month at FLUXX Studios and Gallery, and six invited storytellers share a 10-minute story on the theme—never memorized and no notes.

Admission is $8, and if you like the themes (below) and have a story to tell, send an email to stories@Odysseystorytelling.com or call 730-4112.

Here’s the dates and themes (and curators for each evening):

FRIDAY January 10: Greener Grass? New Places, Faces and Spaces
Curated by Tony Paniagua

February 6: Odd Couples
Curated by Carolyn Fort & C. Michael Woodward

March 6: Anniversaries: Ten Years of Odyssey Storytelling!
Curated by Adam Hostetter & Penelope Starr

April 3: The Gun Show
Curated by Roscoe Mutz & Shannon Snapp

May 1: Neighbors: Stories from the ‘hood
Curated by Adam Hostetter & Shannon Snapp

June 5: Behind Bars: Incarcerations of the Body, Mind & Heart
Curated by James Austin

July 11: Met on the Net
Curated by Shannon Snapp & Roscoe Mutz

August 7: Secret Stories
Curated by Lori Riegel

September 4: Out of this World: Amazing, supernatural or unforgettable
Curated by Tony Paniagua

October 2: Peer Pressure
Curated by Molly McCloy

November 6: Breaking Bread
Curated by Jennifer Clark

December 4: OMG! The Cringe Show
Curated by Penelope Starr & Diane Delp

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