We are looking for stories for our next show, “Trouble”. Did you have a time where you got into (and maybe out of) trouble? Perhaps you caused it, or got someone else into it could use a little confessional. If you have a great troublesome story you’d like to tell, we’d like to hear it! Please pitch it to us and we’ll get right back to you.
Our show will be on June 18th, 2013 at 7:30 in the fabulous Theater Off Jackson.
Crisis intervention. Weight gain; weight loss. Losing all your friends. And ping pong. A Guide To Visitors presents “Know Thyself,” true stories of self-knowledge and how we acquire it. Tuesday April 30, 2013, 7:30PM at Theatre Off Jackson. $10.
Experiences that bring us self-knowledge are formative, memorable, and sometimes distressing. When we learn what we love, accept, tolerate, and reject, we learn who we are. What’s your story of knowing thyself? Pitch us your story and tell it onstage at our next show on Tuesday April 30, 2013 at Theatre Off Jackson.
Our lives are full of firsts, some that we remember (ex: first time driving a car, first love, first job), some we forget(ex: first word, first steps, first solid food) and of course some we choose to forget. Come hear true stories of people’s “Firsts”, such as Tracy Flynn who tells the story about the first time she attended a football game. Scott Champion’s story about the first time he D.J’ed at a wedding, and Ellen Bloom tells the story of when she first realized her father was not what she had thought he was. All true and told by the people who lived them. Show is Tuesday February 19th at the Theater of Jackson. Doors open at 7 pm and starts at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $10. You can buy them at the door or at the link below. Now I am going to quote Foreigner “It feels like the first time. It feels like the very first time.”
We remember the first time we did something because it was gross, shocking, awesome, or unwanted. The first time we do something is always the ending of a more innocent time. Come hear true tales of FIRSTS, Tuesday, February 19, 2013, at Theatre Off Jackson.
Our final show of 2012 is fast approaching. On Tuesday, December 4th, AGTV Presents – THE BEST OF. We are so excited to invite back some of our favorite storytellers to re-tell some of our favorite stories. Get your advance tickets here!
Friends! Our annual Ghost Stories show is just a few weeks away. We’ve got some creeptastic stories just waiting for you…but at the same time, we have an insatiable appetite for these tales. If you’ve got a scary story to tell, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, come get scared on the 30th! Doors open at 7 pm for an 8 pm show at Theatre Off Jackson. Get your advance tickets here; the show typically sells out fast! 21+. Can’t wait to see you there!
It’s that time of year, believe it or not, for us to start collecting stories for our annual “Ghost Story” show. We are looking for first person ghost stories/creepy stories/spooooky stories…stories that keep you up at night with the lights on. If you have a true life story that you want to tell, please drop us a line. The show is October 30th at 8:00 pm at the Theater of Jackson.
Mighty Mouse always sang, “Heeeere I come to save the daaaaay!” And, bully for him, he was usually successful. Also, he was a superhero mouse who could fly. For us non-flying non-rodent non-superheros, the saying “No good deed goes unpunished” might resonate a little more. And that’s AGTV’s next show – Do-Gooders – on Tuesday, August 21st. We’ve got a stunning lineup of true stories for the show. Don’t miss it. Doors open at 7 for an 8 pm start. 21+. You can take a chance and buy your $10 ticket the day of the show, or relax a bit and buy your ticket ahead of time by clicking on this link…..http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/258340
We want your true-ish, first-person stories about trying to do the right thing yourself, and what the outcome was, or being the object of someone else’s attempt to do the right thing. Email us at email@example.com.