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: “The Big Gamble” on February 27th! January 11, 2016
    In life we all take chances – and some of them are more consequential than others. When have you taken a big chance – in love, with your physical well-being, or with something you valued more than anything else? If you have a story about it, we’d love to hear …
  • AGTV’s “Best Of” show: Tickets on sale now! November 26, 2015
    Our annual “Best Of” show is set for 7:30pm Tuesday, December 15th at The Theater Off Jackson. The show will feature the best stories from AGTV’s past and we need your help! Do you have a favorite story you’d like us to bring back to the AGTV stage? Let us …
  • Call for Ghost Stories! August 27, 2015
    Do you have a story that cannot be explained? Have you ever had a brush with the paranormal? If so, we want to hear from YOU. Send a brief pitch via our website and we’ll be in touch. This is for our annual Ghost Stories show at 7pm Friday, October …
  • “The Long Road Home” show a success! August 27, 2015
    We would like to thank everyone who who attended last week’s show, “The Long Road Home.” We hope everyone was as touched by the stories as we were – the storytellers were spectacular! For those who missed it, we have a write-up (including photos) on our website and some additional …
  • 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 …