The first set of stories will be the “B-movie:” stories of low-budget living, westerns, horrors, and thrillers. Stories of what happened before the big event. Stories of coming up in a profession or careers that are waning. The audience will decide which team gets to move on to shoot their A-movie: stories of high profile experiences, making it big, or big ideas. Stories of a 2nd act: career/marriage, ect….
Then our panel of “movie critics” will name the Slammer of the Year.
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Hosted by Jodi Eichelberger
Story Producers: Patti O’Hara & Jessica Holmes
with live music by: Greg Belzeski on drums and vocals, Bernie Reilly on guitar and vocals, and Wade Short on bass.
Trophy created by cermacist Julia Ballenger
Stories at 7pm | Doors 6pm
All ages welcome | Parental discretion advised
Sept. 30 Slammer of the Year: DOUBLE FEATURE
Boise Depot 2603 W Eastover Terrace Boise, ID 83706
Seating in the outdoor amphitheater with a direct view of the storytellers on stage. Please book for the entire party you wish to be seated with for up to six people within one order. There will be six feet between each order. Each seating area has a concrete bench at the edge with a grassy area behind it. Bring your own blanket or low back chairs for the grass and some padding for the bench. If more than 3 people, you will need to create two rows within your pod. Mix and match depending on the size of your group. You can also get this ticket for as low as $15 by becoming a monthly subscriber. Learn more at https://secure.givelively.org/donate/story-story-night-inc
Bring your own blankets/low back chairs for up to 6 people with a view of the giant screen projecting the storytellers live from the amphitheater in grass area. Make sure to include everyone you want in your seating group in one order.
Seating with a view of the giant screen projecting the storytellers live from the amphitheater.Make sure to include everyone you want in your seating group in one order.