Friday, June 6th 2014
Main Reading Room, 7:00pm
Wine reception at 6:30pm for pre-registered guests.
Salmon running upstream, the ant and the rubber tree plant, that little engine…Come and listen to another amazing line-up of talented raconteurs tell their true personal stories of persistence and perseverance. Stories are told live and without notes.
Click here to REGISTER If registration for this event is full, there is a good chance you can still get a seat. No shows and last-minute cancellations usually free up seats. Please check back to the web site from time to time to see if spots have opened up. Registration may re-open as cancellations occur, or feel free to stop by the night of the event and join the wait line. We will begin letting the wait line in at 6:45, based on available seating. The earlier you show up, the better.
Jamie DeWolf is a performer, filmmaker, showman, teacher, and artist from Oakland, CA. He is currently working on new screenplays, a one man show and is a producer for NPR’s storytelling show Snap Judgment. He is always looking for new ways to expand as an artist and filmmaker. jamiedewolf.com
Doug Cordell is an NPR radio storyteller, performer and Emmy-nominated writer. His autobiographical radio stories air on Snap Judgment and Marketplace. Listen to his stories and find out about upcoming shows at dougcordell.com
Hailing from the Motor City and now living in the Bay Area, Karinda Dobbins‘ humor is sharp, distinctive and infused with hilarious social commentary. Karinda has performed on NickMom Night Out on Nickelodeon and she has opened for Greg Proops and W. Kamau Bell. http://karindadobbins.site.socxs.com/Home
Josh Healey is an award-winning writer, performer, and creative activist. Fusing his distinct storytelling style with subversive humor and a fiery love for justice, Healey has been featured in the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and is a regular performer on NPR’s Snap Judgment. joshhealey.org
Call (415) 389-4292 x3 for more details.
This event is free and open to the public. For adults and high school students only. No one younger will be admitted.