(MOSTLY) TRUE THINGS features true stories - with a twist - told by people from all walks of life and a game that involves the audience. One storyteller in the line-up tells the unvarnished truth, the other three change a few details that you might only pick up on by listening closely
The audience gets to question the storytellers in the 2nd act, then vote for the person they believe changed nothing. The whole truth about all the stories comes out in the end. And there are prizes involved, if you can believe a thing like that.
This performance includes stories by:
Tina Bakehouse, MA from Creighton University Dept of Communication Studies,
Gregory Cave, Long Island comedian
Allison Pelletier, Sayville High School creative writing student
Michaela Medeck, Sayville HIgh School creative writing student
Host/creator Jude Treder-Wolff
- writer/performer who was a featured storyteller in the April performance of Talk Therapy
in Astoria, the RISK!
live show and podcast, and The Prose of Pie in Tarrytown, NY, keeps the energy high and sets up every stage of the game with original songs co-written with composer Wells Hanley. "Self-medicate with real-life therapist Jude Treder-Wolff," wrote The New York Daily News
in a review of her show The Jude Treder-Wolff Group Psychotherapy Hour. "Expect the unexpected! And without the hourly rates!"
The ticket price includes delicious coffee, tea, water or hot chocolate.