Last week, in order to break the unbearable tension leading up to our December Spectacular on this Saturday at Turner Hall, we announced four of the storytellers. For those still waiting with half-bated breath, here are the remaining four storytellers:

Dan Niederloh
Dan has always loved cooking, traveling and connecting with people. He draws from a rich journal of experiences, including cheffing in London, hitchhiking through Europe and raising a family in Hawaii, for his storytelling inspiration.

Grant Hagen
Grant is a proud cheesehead who collects hats. He’s been married for 27 wonderful years and has 3 daughters, 2 Bob’s (son-in-laws) and 3 grandkids.

Deaduri Gales
Deaduri is a business development consultant who moonlights as a playwright (”M,” a collection of Mothers) and documentary production manager (”Mark My Words”). She also serves as the Regional Coordinator for the Stillwaters Collective/Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards Competition.

Scheduled as the first performer of the night, this storyteller was born and raised in Milwaukee after moving here in high school. Their stories are largely inspired by their Indiana Jones-esque travel adventures, as well as their regular ol’ everyman/everywoman experiences. Their LinkedIn profile suggests a recent job history as varied as short-order cook and daytrader—as well as no job experience whatsoever. This storyteller will be randomly selected from audience volunteers before the show, which made writing this profile challenging. THIS STORYTELLER COULD BE YOU!

In keeping with our popular tradition, the night will also feature Ultrashort Stories from the audience.

$10 tickets are available at and at the Pabst Theatre box office. The doors will open at 7 pm and seating is general admission.