May Storytelling Night: Surrender

You let go and you let go and you let go…

Storytelling Night Theme
  • Suggested theme: Surrender
Featured Storytellers

Come see Dick Satori, Mindy Ess, Audrey Henson, Rick Krupnick and BN Heard.

Dick, a former 15-year-old clown from the Eastern Shore and current comedian who has performed from LA to NYC and a bunch here in Hampton Roads, came in third last month at The Moth StorySLAM in NYC. He also has his own one-man show “Monkey Off Back – Circus Still In Town!”

BN Heard, a NASA mathematician and syndicated columnist, has told stories for Better Said Than Done, Story District, Perfect Liars Club, The Monti and Secretly Y’all.

Mindy, a local independent photographer (Posh Portraits), is joining as a first-time ever onstage storyteller. She is a member of GirlProv, an all-female improvisational team, and has appeared in a number of improv and sketch shows at the Push Comedy Theater.

Audrey, a member of another Push Comedy Theater-born improvisational team, The Party Crashers, is a newly-accepted transfer student at Hunter College & University in New York City. This is our chance to say good-bye before she goes.

This is Rick’s third time telling a story for Tell Me More… Live Storytelling. He is also a regular performer at The Push. Rick has lived a long time and traveled the world, marrying a beautiful French girl along the way. So he has plenty of stories to share.

We’re really excited to have all five along with our lovely host Brendan Kennedy, who is a comedian and podcaster (What’s a Podcast with Brendan Kennedy and CB Wilkins), with has his own impressive resume.

Event details

Time: 7 p.m.
Date: Sunday, May 21, 2017
Location: Push Comedy Theater, 763 Granby Street, Norfolk
Admission: $5 (Buy advanced tickets.)
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Featured photo by Fred Mouniget via UnSplash.com.


About Tell Me More… Live Storytelling: Everyone has a story, and there are plenty of storytelling events and podcasts around the world to showcase them. We’re not that different – except we tell stories mostly from a small stage in a mid-size military town. See the show regularly at the Push Comedy Theater in Norfolk, Va. As a hat tip to the improv theater, each show has a one-word theme. For upcoming shows, please find the schedule here. If you have a story you think fits one of the upcoming themes, sign up here.

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