2017 Sarah Hauser Festival of Stories
This year’s Sarah Hauser Festival of Stories is bringing some exciting new stories and changes. For starters, we’re offering a Friday evening of stories for grown-ups…tales not suitable to share around the office water cooler. Second, we’ve moved STORYTHON – our fun-filled evening of five-minute stories from September to June. And third, you can save on both nights with a Festival Pass available right here: (But if you only want to attend on one night, scroll down for individual ticket links.)
On FRIDAY, JUNE 2 join us for an evening of stories NSFW – Tales of Wit and Wildness Not Suitable For Work. Storytellers Ingrid Nixon, Steve Henegar, Patrick Gannon, Ken Iverson, Barbara Fankhauser, Anne Penfound and Julie Strozyk test the limits of good taste, making light of everything from sex education classes to naked bike rides, family “begats”, and “The Curse”.
NSFW – Tasteful Tales of Wit and Wildness Not Suitable for Work
On SATURDAY, JUNE 3 it’s STORYTHON 2017! A fast paced night of wild storytelling spotlighting a dozen different tellers each with a five-minute story designed to delight and captivate. From personal stories to folk tales, myths, or outright lies, each teller will vie for a chance to tell in next season’s monthly performances. These stories are polished and ready for prime time.