Live Storytelling Series

Reunited, and it feels so…?

Posted by on May 3, 2017

Does it truly feel so good to be reunited? Scheduled performers at the last show of the regular season will tell us true stories live on stage about reunions that have happened in their lives. (And we can decide for ourselves if Peaches and Herb were right.)...

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Here:Say’s Gotta Go!

Posted by on Mar 30, 2017

Sometimes you’ve just got to beat a hasty retreat. Scheduled performers will take the stage to tell true stories about times that they had to get outta that place, if it was the last thing they ever did. Come early for snacks, stick around for the stories. $5 suggested...

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Here:Say Performers Are Going It Alone

Posted by on Mar 10, 2017

  Sure, we all need somebody to lean on, but sometimes that somebody is nowhere to be found. Performers this night will take the stage to tell stories of times they had to go it alone. $5 suggested donation. Come early for some snacks, stick around for the...

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Storytelling for Safe Harbor

Posted by on Mar 7, 2017

  Here:Say and the State Theatre are joining together at 7pm on March 9 for a special popup storytelling show to benefit Safe Harbor. Performers—people you may know from the community—will take the stage to tell true stories of experiences with housing vulnerability in their own lives. During this show, the audience will get an update on the current state of Safe Harbor’s development. This show is free but donations to Safe Harbor are encouraged. Beverages will be offered by our friends at The Workshop Brewing Company, Here:Say’s regular season venue sponsor. $1 per sale goes to Safe...

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It’s a Calamity!

Posted by on Jan 21, 2017

If it’s true that humans contemplate catastrophes as a means to feel better about their own lives, well, you’re going to feel supergreat after listening to our scheduled performers take the stage to tell true stories of calamity.     Join us at The Workshop Brewing Company in Traverse City. Come early for some eats, stick around for the stories. $5 suggested...

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Here:Say’s talking about the people we live with

Posted by on Jan 8, 2017

They write their names on all the food they bought, they use all the hot water, they leave a stack of dirty dishes in the sink for a week, and they write passive-aggressive notes… we often need roommates to help us pay our rent, but, wow, sometimes they can be pretty awful. On January 16 at The Workshop Brewing Company, our scheduled performers are telling true stories on stage about their roommates, and it might not be pretty! Come early for food, stick around for stories, beginning at 7pm. $5 suggested donation....

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