UPCOMING SHOWS

21

Thurs

July

Generation Women (performance only)
Joe's Pub, NYC

6

Sat

Aug

The Great Hartford Story Slam
Hartford Flavor Company

1

Sat

Oct

Woulda Shoulda Coulda
Hartford Flavor Company

5

Sat

Nov

Open Mic
(in collaboration with We the People Warwick)
Albert Wisner Public Library, Warwick NY
COMING SOON

12

Sat

Nov

Special Road Show
Pound Ridge Library, NY
COMING SOON

3

Sat

Dec

Present
Hartford Flavor Company

Happily, we are back to enjoying in-person events indoors, but let's be careful.

 

Please comply with any government or host mask mandate in place at the time of your show. If there is no active mask mandate, please consider wearing your mask when you're not sitting with your pod even if you're vaccinated, including when you approach the bar or go to the restroom. Sanitize your hands before and after leaving your seat. And, most important, please stay home if you're not feeling well. 

While Hartford Flavor Company serves the best cocktails in town, they do not offer a food menu. You are welcome to bring some snacks or your dinner to the show.

At Tell Me Another, regular people just like you bravely step up to the microphone to tell their tales without notes or props. Except for open mic events, each evening is loosely structured around a single theme and all stories are true as the storytellers remember them. Shows are cast in advance and pitches are due a few weeks before the show. Each show is hosted by champion storyteller Terry Wolfisch Cole, who usually also tells a story of her own.

The Great Hartford Story Slam is a competitive event. Storytellers come prepared with a 5-6 minute story. Selection is random and judging is based on quality of the delivery and adherence to time and theme. Winners receive a pair of tickets to the next event and all the glory they can handle.

An Open Mic is just that. Come share your story with us! No longer than 5 minutes, please.

How Do I Pitch My Story?

  • Use the buttons above or send an email.

  • There's no need to write everything out. All you need are a few paragraphs summarizing what happened and, more important, why it matters to you. What was at stake, and how were you changed as a result of the experience?

  • Themes are just to get you thinking. Interpret the theme as creatively as you like.

  • Pitches that take advantage of the microphone to amplify typically unheard or marginalized voices are always welcome.

  • Have we met, perhaps at a workshop or at the show? Please remind me of when and where in your email.