(mostly) TRUE THINGS is a game wrapped in a storytelling show with a side of music. Four terrific storytellers tell true stories from their own lives. Three of those stories include little white lies woven into the narrative - details you have to listen closely to detect. The audience gets to interview the storytellers, then votes for the person they think told it straight. Winners get a prize, if you can believe a thing like that. TICKETS: $12 online (link is below) or $15 at the door (cash only)
With songs written for the show by host/creator Jude Treder-Wolff and Wells Hanley. There is some improv involved. Its a ton of fun with a lot of heart. Nick Wolff makes delicious coffee press coffee and we also serve tea and water included with the price of the ticket.
STORIES IN THIS SHOW TOLD BY:
Richard Cardillo (multiple Moth-winner, RISK! Story Collider and so many other shows all over the New York area)
Vernon Payne (Brooklyn-based comic and storyteller)
Dawn Powers Borchers (MBA, storyteller)
Joey Novick (comic, storyteller, attorney, improviser)
Jude Treder-Wolff - storyteller, singer/songwriter, creative arts therapist. Her new solo storytelling show "This Isn't Helping" was selected for the groundbreaking Speak Up! Rise Up! storytelling festival in August 2017 at the Connelly Theater in NYC. She created (mostly) TRUE THINGS in 2014 and it has grown into a monthly event on Long Island, at The Pit in NYC and special performances around the country including Teen Editions on Long Island and in Iowa in partnerwhip with Tina Bakehouse. Her new solo show "This Isn't Helping" was selected for the 2017 Speak Up! Rise Up! storyelling festival, and she has been featured on shows all over the NY area - RISK!, Talk Therapy, Take Two Storytelling, Now You're Talking and others. She co-writes the songs for (mostly) TRUE THINGS with composer Wells Hanley.