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Wild Storytellers 

Odyssey Storytelling digs for the dirt in its show on Thursday, March 5, 7 p.m. in The Screening Room, 127 E. Congress St. The theme for the night is wild. Each of the six people invited to share their personal stories has 10 minutes, relying not on memorization, but rather on spontaneity in recounting their tales. Famous activist and documentary filmmaker Evan Grae Davis will be one of the six storytellers. Davis' film "It's a Girl," has garnered international attention since its release in 2012 and has educated the world about the gendercide of 200 million girls and women—"killed, aborted or abandoned simply because they are girls." Admission is $8. The event's Facebook page has more information.

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