TONiGHT, Story Story Night confronts the theme of REBELLION: Stories of You Say You Want a Revolution. The live storytelling show starts at 7pm at The Linen Building, located at 1402 W. Grove St. in downtown Boise's Linen District.
Priority seating tickets -- now available in advance 2 weeks before each show at Brown Paper Tickets -- have sold out. Doors open to priority seating ticket holders at 6pm. No advance ticket? No worries. General admission tickets are available first-come, first-served, as usual, at the door at 6:30pm.
Tickets remain only $5. Pie Hole pizza and a full bar (with 21+ ID) are available. Story Story Night also introduces one-of-a-kind merchandise from new partner Bricolage in March.
With featured storytellers Whitney Rearick, Brenda Adams and Awot Haile, followed by an open story slam, tonight's show will ignite the rebellious spirit in us all. See you at the revolution.
ON THE PODCAST today, we present guest storyteller Kelly Lynae Robinson, who first appeared on stage with our musician Dan Costello as a featured storyteller duo for ON THE ROAD in July 2010. LISTEN at radio.BoiseState.edu or on iTunes. Subscribe free.
Kelly's storied past with Story Story Night goes back to our first event, BUSTED, in April 2010, when her name was drawn
from the hat at our first ever story slam. Her tale was REBELLION to the core, so we asked her to share it again here, at length. Today, hear Kelly Lynae Robinson experience a revolution of her soul after rebelling against deep-rooted religious dogma.
Stay tuned in afterwards to hear an exclusive preview of a rebellion song, "In the Garden," from her upcoming album.