In celebration of Creative Aging Month, area songwriters and storytellers are coming together to prove that their disciplines are intergenerational.
"Mr. and Mrs. Decker had had marital spats for a number of months, and a little cooling off time was needed..."
"Once long ago, human beings wandered through the great forest and gathered food. Until one day – a monster came and began to prey upon the human beings..."
"Gabe thought that the baby was pretty good. In fact, as babysitting gigs went, this was a really easy one..."
"Once upon a time, there was a man named Sam’l. Sam lived a good long life, but in the end he was killed by a fire. His house burned down and Sam within it..."
The Forbidden Show's bawdy subject matter challenges audiences to leave their PC sensibilities at the door. Can Bloomington handle it?
Do you want to hear a scary story? The Festival of Ghost Stories is your chance to be spooked while enjoying a crisp fall evening at Bryan Park.
The Bloomington Storytelling Project celebrates its one-year anniversary. The project founder, Laura Grover, talks about the power of a simple, everyday story.