A Guide to Visitors

AGTV is Seattle’s longest running curated personal storytelling event.   We present a selection of true stories told by people from around the Seattle area. Our shows are hosted every other month based on a theme. You can join our mailing list or Facebook page to be notified when shows are coming up, and whenever we put out the call for stories from raconteurs – like you!

 

Recent Notes and Updates

  • Call for stories and show announcement: “The Long Road Home” July 2, 2015
    After the sack of Troy, it took Odysseus ten long, painful years to return to Ithaca and Penelope, a home and a wife he could scarcely recognize. Do you have a story about coming home after an extended journey? How did things seem different when you returned – and was …
  • Call for stories and show announcement: “Don’t Call It A Comeback” May 6, 2015
    Our next show will be Tuesday, June 16. The theme is “Don’t call it a comeback.” Have you ever been the mistaken underdog? Was there a time in your life when your actions were falsely assumed to be a reaction to something someone else did? If so, we want to …
  • Call for stories and show announcement: “The End Of The Tunnel” February 27, 2015
    Our next show is 7pm on Tuesday, April 21st at The Theater Off Jackson. Our theme will be “The End of the Tunnel — Stories of Dark Times.” Tickets are available for pre-sale now! Click here to order. When surrounded by darkness, good friends show you the light; true friends …
  • Call for stories and show announcement: “Love’s Labour” January 17, 2015
    Love is work. The smitten spend hours crafting melodious rhymes and scouting date spots. The committed must reconcile the fantasy of love with the task of building something worthwhile. All fall subordinate. Do you have a story of being servant to or served by love? If so, AGTV would like …
  • AGTV Presents: Best Of December 2, 2014
    Mark your calendar for Tuesday, 12/9 as A Guide to Visitors presents: “Best Of”. This final show of 2014 is chock-full of the best stories told on our stage to-date! Come hear true stories told by the folks who lived them, including: * Ellen Bloom, whose job as masseuse to …