Forgotten:Recap

Mother Nature, did you forget that it’s spring? While we continue to navigate the fluctuating weather patterns, locals packed into the Times Cinema on Tuesday evening for true, personal stories relating to the theme of Forgotten’.Continue reading “Forgotten:Recap”


American Dream/Sueño Americano

Hola! ¿Te gustaría escuchar historias personales? On Thursday locals poured into Hot Water Wherehouse for a what was sure to be a very unique evening. Continue reading “American Dream/Sueño Americano”


Belonging:Recap

What does it mean to belong? On Wednesday night locals gathered at Hot Water Wherehouse to hear true, personal tales on the subject of Belonging. Continue reading “Belonging:Recap”


Never Again: Spectacular Recap

On Thursday evening a packed house gathered at Turner Hall Ballroom for Ex Fabula’s Spectacular StorySlam. Continue reading “Never Again: Spectacular Recap”


My Life of Crime: Recap

Stolen fireworks, pop star aliases & adult beverages. Ex Fabula’s My Life of Crime StorySlam at the Times Cinema on Wednesday night brought out a variety of true, personal stories about ill conceived adventures. Continue reading “My Life of Crime: Recap”


Underestimated: Recap

 

Appearances and situations can be deceiving. These instances & foibles were demonstrated on Tuesday night at the Avalon Theatre. A sold out crowd enjoyed a StorySlam of true, personal tales from courageous souls on how they succumbed to having Underestimated people, places & things. Continue reading “Underestimated: Recap”


Dance, words and sounds: Reckless Wonders recap

Dance is storytelling in motion. Words become movements set to telling melodies. Expressions of joy, despair are transformed into barrel jumps & arabesques.Continue reading “Dance, words and sounds: Reckless Wonders recap”


On the stage, panelist Andre Lee Ellis stands to the left, talking into the microphone. The other panelists sit in chairs to the right.

Vel Phillips recap

The Wisconsin Public Television documentary, “Vel Phillips: Dream Big Dreams,” tells the story of a Wisconsin woman who fought for civil rights. While the documentary provides lessons from history, it also prompts the question: How do we win civil rights battles today?Continue reading “Vel Phillips recap”


Do the Math recap

On Thursday night Hot Water Wherehouse was packed with locals ready to share and listen to true, personal tales about the various probabilities, equations, and pop quizzes of life. Continue reading “Do the Math recap”


Women’s Community Dialogue recap

Two women. Sharing greetings, hugs & tears, they exchange a story or two along with exclamations of joy. Across the room, new connections were being formed and community building began to take shape.Continue reading “Women’s Community Dialogue recap”