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

  • 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 …
  • Call For Stories: “Ghost Stories” on October 14th July 25, 2014
    Get ready to get frightened!  A Guide To Visitors is looking for the very best in scary, true-to-life ghost stories for our Halloween show on October 14th.  This is often the highest attended show of the year – probably because nobody wants to spend it ALONE!  If you have a …
  • AGTV Presents: “Achilles Heel” June 10, 2014
    Hi everyone.  We’ve got a GREAT lineup for tomorrow!  David Schumer tells us about what happens when a bunch of irresponsible 20 year olds foster parent a young man with a history of theft; Mary Purdy takes us inside the life of the perpetually frigid; and Paul Currington shows us …
  • Call for Stories: “Achilles Heel” May 16, 2014
    Achilles was a Greek hero who was invulnerable – save for a small spot on the back of his foot where his mother held him.  Perhaps one reason this story resonates with us is that we all have a point of vulnerability that we can’t overcome, be it a loved …
  • Call for stories: “You Reap What You Sow” February 9, 2014
    “You reap what you sow” is often the epilogue a so-called friend puts to one of those experiences where you’ve gotten in too deep, knowing, all along, that it could only end in disaster, but you just couldn’t help yourself. Sometimes these events leave a poignant sense of regret; sometimes, …