May’s Sunday show brought us the topic of Near Miss. We’ve all had them.
But do you dare talk about them? These five storytellers did!
Bill Cernansky: sometimes a hit *is* a miss
No matter how lucky you think you may be, you’re not as lucky as this one baby. Spoiler alert: it all turns out OK.
Callie Vanderwiele: first time flying (complete with firemen)
Listen to this and you may never fly again.
Jay Flewelling: that’s just Jay
Jay addresses smoking, “things that don’t make sense, like the Bible,” church camp, and a few too many laxatives.
Starr Ahrens: adventures in show choiring
Show choir road trip! ’nuff said.
Kelley Tyner McAllister: attempts at extroversion
How Kelley learned to talk to other people. Trust us, it almost didn’t happen.
Kelley Tyner McAllister’s first storytelling workshop class performs!
Listen to these, and then come back to Campfire for more, with an upcoming show Sunday, May 19th (theme: Near Miss) and an all-star show on Friday, May 24th (featuring some of the most talked-about stories performed at Campfire to date). And then, be sure to come back on June 9th for the performance of the second storytelling workshop class!
Hadas Cassorla: the rules of baseball
…hear several of Hadas’s earlier stories, here.
Cate Zimmerman: back to school
Donna Paul: the queen of naiveté
…hear Donna’s earlier story, from January: Resolutions, here.
Sean Denicola: out of place
…hear Sean’s earlier story, from March: Get Lucky, here.
Kristin Rowan: the $200 house
Gigi Lascurettes: my practice baby
Al Zimmerman: who moved my dope?
…hear one of Al’s earlier stories, from February: Guarantee, here, and his first very Campfire story, here.
Kelley: flying gone wrong
…visit Kelley on soundcloud, currently being updated to include all recorded stories to date
Date: January 20, 2012
Andrew Berkowitz – Roommates
Enjoy! And join us in person for the next show with the theme of Guarantee.
February 10 at 7:50
1963 NW Kearney Ave