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Fugitive Stories Showcase:"Tolerance"

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Fugitive Stories Showcase:"Tolerance"

Time: February 24, 2017 from 8pm to 10pm
Location: The Amazing Things Art Center
Street: 160 Hollis Street
City/Town: Framingham
Website or Map: http://www.AmazingThings.Org
Phone: 508-405-2787
Event Type: story, telling
Organized By: Rose Saia
Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2017

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Event Description

Fugitive Stories expands its commitment to bring evenings of "Moth-inspired True Stories Told Live" to suburban audiences with its debut tonight at The Amazing Things Arts Center in Framingham. Moth and Massmouth Grand Champion Katie Liesener, Boston Comedy Chick and Improv Comedian Srilatha Rajamani, South Shore Community Theater Actress Finley Smith and Multi-talented Musician and Storyteller Kemp Harris are featured to tell their stories on the theme of "Tolerance."

In addition, residents of the Framingham community including Rev. Dr. J. Anthony Lloyd of the Greater Framingham Community Church will be bringing their stories to the stage.

Audience members are encouraged to share a short (2 minute) true story about "Tolerance" and may drop their names "in the hat" to be chosen at random during the evening.

We don't know if these true stories about "Tolerance" will be about current events or how to develop tolerance for toddler temper tantrums but we do know that our storytellers will craft an intimate evening full of emotion and energy. Fans of The Moth will find this to be a rewarding evening!

Tickets $10/members or $13/non-members

Purchase in advance so you don't miss this wonderful evening; Fugitive Stories January event on "Tolerance" in Acton was nearly a sellout!

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Grand Prize for South Shore Grand Slam Story Slam generously donated by Nicolette Heavey and Stories In The Streets (A Maine Get Away)

Stories in the Streets in an outreach literacy program that focuses on families in at-risk areas and fosters community engagement in storytelling by: 1) Creating opportunities for public storytelling wherever families gather — a farmer’s market, laundromat, or food line; and, 2) Offering storytelling workshops that raise family engagement in literacy, cultural awareness and community understanding.  The program is currently active in Lawrence, Brockton and Randolph.


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