Tag: Storytelling

You Held On To Those Journals For A Reason

If you held on to your teenage notebooks I’m here to tell you why: Teen Angst Night. Teen Angst Night is a comedic reading series. Readers can share anything (poetry, songs, letters, journals, diaries, essays, stories, plays, lists, etc) so long as it follows these rules: 1- The work must

Tonight at the Fox Cabaret

Yes, it’s another Teen Angst Night. Presales are sold out but there will be tickets available at the door. Get there early! I have a feeling this show is going to be PACKED with possibly standing room only. Want to know more about the show? Check out this nice article

Ten More Sleeps!

Save the date and make a date for the next Teen Angst Night! Saturday, March 11, 2017 Fox Cabaret, 2321 Main Street, Vancouver, BC 8-10 PM $10 in advance, $15 at the door Facebook event Reader signup – Only looking for men now. Any brave dudes out there? Teen Angst Night

Teen Angst Night is Back Tomorrow Evening

Tuesday, January 17 is Teen Angst Night at the Cottage Bistro, 4470 Main Street. Show starts at 8 PM.    Teen Angst Night is a comedic reading series where brave people share embarrassing things they wrote when they were teenagers.   Readers at this verbatim storytelling night can share anything

Let’s Share More in 2017

Did you make a resolution to be more honest in 2017? How about stepping out of your comfort zone more often? Maybe you resolved to try new things this year? Well… I think I’ve got the perfect opportunity for you. As many readers may know, I host and produce a

Last Big Show of 2016

View this post on Instagram Here's 16 year old me rocking a McMurder t-shirt while working the door at a rave/punk rock gig in 1996 to remind you that tonight is #teenangstnight @foxcabaret Show at 8 pm, tickets available at the door. I've organized a fantastic group of people to

What Happens At Novelty Act?

I get this question a lot, “What happens at Novelty Act?” The truth is, we never know what’s going to happen until it happens. At Novelty Act Riel Hahn and I tell stories. We play games. We improvise. Sometimes we prepare novelty acts like the time I wore my sailor