WIN Tickets to See ‘Word Play’ at Bricolage on April 15

Bricolage Word Play

Our friends at Bricolage Theater have asked us to give away 2 tickets to the Friday, April 15 performance of ‘Word Play’ – a live storytelling event. Here’s the deets:

WordPlay: A New Spin on Storyteling

April 15 & 16
Happy Half-hour at 7:30pm • Show at 8pm

Tickets: $25

Part This American Life, part stand-up comedy, WordPlay brings the art of live storytelling back to the stage!

Throughout history, the art of storytelling has been an important part of the human experience, allowing communities to share beliefs, traditions and history in a narrative form. A modern twist on this timeless practice, WordPlay is a stimulating communal experience that blends personal true stories with a live music mash-up. With brazen honesty and creativity, actors, comedy writers, and everyday people read their own funny, and often poignant, stories while a DJ spins a real-time soundtrack. Using anything from Bruno Mars to Bach, the DJ and producer work with each performer to develop the perfect music mix, creating a rich storytelling experience unlike anything out there today. The result is something distinct, collaborative, lively, and most importantly…totally real.

Bricolage is always, always fun and thought-provoking. So I urge you to enter this content and have a great night on the town. I’ll be there with Ledcat in the ‘Tweet Seats.’ Friday April 15 is a tough day (tax day, but you know this.)

To enter, leave a comment below answering the question “Who is the best storyteller among your friends and family?”

To enter, you must be 18+ and able to attend the 8 PM show at Friday, April 15, 2016. No substitutions. Winner will be selected randomly on Wednesday April 13 and you will claim your prize by Thursday April 14.

Good luck!


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  • By far the best storyteller I know is my 4-year-old niece, Tessa, because she lies and lies. Tess routinely fabricates her own versions of what her sister Alanna, who is 8, does. “I had a math test in school today,” Tessa told my sister, apropos of nothing, one night as she was being put to bed. “I got an A.” Alanna went on a sleepover, and soon thereafter the whole family was treated to an extemporaneous recap of a make-believe sleepover –who was there, what they did. But I think this bodes well – what we have here is a future woman who Makes Things Happen, even if–for now–only in her imagination.

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