TORTUGA STORYTELLING SERIES
901 Edith Boulevard SE, Albuquerque, NM 87102.
$10 at the door
MAY 17, 2019 7-9 P.M.
SPEAKING TO THE SWEET AND SORROW
$10 at the door
Performances by Sarah Malone and Regina Ress with a post-performance talk back.
July 12th, 7-9 P.M.
WOMEN WHO MADE US
Performances by Juba Addison and Sean Buvala with a post-performance talk back. Sean Buvala's appearance is sponsored in part by 'The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group' in Arizona."
For more information, please write Elaine.
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THE LIAR'S GAME IN ALBUQUERQUE 2ND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH!
March 11, 2019
Featuring visiting international storyteller
Loren Niemi & others!
Extra Show Sunday, March 24th at The Vortex! Theme: Love Triangles
April 8th - The Art of Faith
The Liar's Game provides a delightful evening of storytelling at 7 p.m. on the 2nd Monday of the Month at the Empire Game Library (3503 Central in Albuquerque's Nob Hill. This event is produced independently by STNM member, Barry Simon, in association with the Empire Board Game Library. Three storytellers each tell a ten minute story, followed by questions from the audience to determine which of the three tellers is not telling the truth - which is the "liar!" At only $5.00 admission, this is a bargain for a fun evening out on the town, with delicious food options available. Learn how you, too, can become a storyteller at this event by contacting Barry Simon, 505-254-7716 .
A brief audition is required. Come early as seating is limited and you don't want to miss the pre-event game planned at 6:45 p.m.!
STNM's own, Kimberly Gotches, Sarah Malone, George Williams, Rick Berg, Nash Jones, Christina & Alan Kinner, and Bob Kanegis are now official members of the Liars' Game Repertory Company of Storytellers which is the brainstorm of new STNM member and producer, Barry Simon! Contact Barryif you are interested in becoming a Liars' Game teller!
Check out the Liars' Game onFACEBOOK.
An Original Play by Jay B. Muskett
Directed by Gleason Bauer
Featuring STNM's Kim Delfina Gleason & others
UNM's RODEY THEATER
UNM Center for the Arts, Albuquerque, NM 87106
April 11, 12, 13 at 7:30 p.m. and April 14 at 6 p.m.
Two generations of Native women from the reservation must contend with their tragic past while coming to the realization that the danger they escaped is closing in on them.
(Part of the 2019 Linnell Festival of New Plays)
Tickets are $15 General, $12 Faculty & Seniors, $10 Staff & Students
at UNM Ticket Offices, Call 925-5858 or 1-877-664-8661, or online at www.unmtickets.com
MAY AND JULY 2019
Featured Tellers: Clockwise from upper left: Liz Mangual; Juba Addison; George Williams; Jude Tripp & Elaine Muray
LYSISTRATA: A WOMAN'S TRANSLATION
By Drue Robinson
Adapted from the play by Aristophanes
Directed by Bridget S. Dunne
Dates: February 8-March 3, 2019
Preview: February 7, 2019 7:30 pm
Pay-What-You-Will: Sunday, February 10, 2019
Talkback: Sunday, February 17, 2019
Times: Fri-Sat 7:30pm; Sun 2pm
Director Bridget S. Dunne (previously directed She Kills Monsters) says, "This play is funny, as you probably know. VERY funny. Underneath that humor, though, is a powerful story of regular women standing up for what they believe in and taking control of a situation that is simply unacceptable. These women aren't famous, they're not soldiers or politicians; they are wives, mothers, sisters, HUMANS, who have decided they won't tolerate the waste and death that they've had to live with for too long. Lysistrata comes up with this plan, yes, but she can't do it alone. It takes a force of many to shake things up and make the men realize that there's more to life than war." CONTENT ADVISORY: This play contains adult language, sexual humor and partial nudity. This play is for mature audiences.
Sarah (Juba) Addison
WORLD STORYTELLING DAY
MARCH 29, 2019
MYTHS, LEGENDS & EPICS
Tortuga Art Gallery
901 Edith Blvd., SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
7-9 PM $10 at the door
(Recommended for ages 12 & up)
Come and celebrate World Storytelling Day at the Tortuga Art Gallery
on March 29, 2019 from 7-9 p.m.
Hear five featured tellers weave stories on this year's theme of "Myths, Legends, and Epics."
DUKE CITY STORY SLAM
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2019
FOURTH THURSDAY OF THE MONTH
THE RED DOOR BREWING COMPANY
SW Corner of Gold & 4th St., Downtown, Albuquerque
7 -9 PM
THEME: "SIBLING RIVALRY"
STNM is pleased to host the ever popular, Duke City Story Slam, on the fourth Thursday of each month at the Red Door Brewery located in downtown Albuquerque, 400 Gold Avenue.
Join us for our next DCSS event where a new and vital storytelling community is emerging!
Three featured tellers share a 10 minute personal story and four audience members share an impromptu 5 minute open mic story. All tellers participate in friendly competition with one other based on scoring from a friendly panel of judges. Winners from each category take home a prize.
There is a cover of from $2-5 (although larger donations are most welcome!) so come over and get involved in the DCSS!
Enter to win a DCSS Complimentary T-Shirt or other Raffle Prize open to audience members!
Special thanks to STNM Board Vice President, Nash Jones, for the impetus behind this project!
OPEN MIC, and lots of fun. JOIN US & SAVE THE DATES!
FOOD TRUCK OUTSIDE PROVIDES DELICIOUS FOOD FOR DINNER DURING THE SLAM!
RECURRING EVERY FOURTH THURSDAY OF THE MONTH!
Interested in participating?
Contact Nash Jones.
NEEDED: Featured tellers, judges, time keepers, photographers, door greeter!
Contact Nash Jones for more information or to pitch a story.
More information on our Storytelling News page.
STORYTELLING WORKSHOP SERIES!
Personal Storytelling: Finding and Crafting a Great Story
A workshop with
Nash Jones and Chombe Johnson
Unitarian Universalist Church - Wesson Room
3701 Carlisle Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110
SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2019
Join us for the SECOND of, potentially, several workshops on building storytelling skills for beginners. This second workshop is focused on Finding and Crafting Personal Stories. The workshop is facilitated by Nash Jones, producer of Duke City Story Slam, and Chombe Johnson, another regular DCSS contributor. This workshop is already filling up quickly, so don't delay if you want to attend. Register today (see link below).
Subsequently, depending on where the registrants may want to go in their storytelling explorations, additional workshops are already scheduled, with an opportunity for participants to shift their focus to match their needs. STNM is now offering a number of free individual or small group mentoring sessions with a seasoned storyteller to help you hone your skills.
PLUS, free membership for a year to anyone new to STNM who signs up for two or more workshops.
DIA DE LOS NINOS EVENTS AT ALBUQUERQUE AREA LIBRARIES
APRIL 24 and 25th - featuring STNM's Liz Mangual & Sarah Malone!
Día de los Niños events are planned to celebrate children in April at most area libraries. Consult your local library for its schedule. Two STNM members, are featured tellers this year.
Liz Mangual (Spanish/English) Sarah Malone (Spanish/English)
April 24—10:30 a.m.—South Valley Branch Theme: All My Relations
April 25—10:15 a.m.—Erna Fergusson April 24 - 11:15 a.m. - Los Griegos Branch
April 25 - 10:15 a.m. - Juan Tabo Branch
ROCKY MOUNTAIN STORYTELLING CONFERENCE - GOLDEN COLORADO - APRIL 12-14
Elaine Muray will be performing at the Rocky Mountain Storytelling Conference,
being held in Golden, CO from April 12th, 14th. Her 40-minute olio performance
will be on Friday, April 12th. On April 13th, she will offer her 90-minute
workshop entitled "Taking the Stage: Using the Seeds of Dramatic Structure to
Grow Your Performances." For more information, please visit,