Moth stories are true, as remembered by the storyteller and always told live.
Facing History and Ourselves empowers educators and youth to wrestle with difficult issues through the lens of history. Facing History invites you to join us on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at the annual Chicago Benefit Dinner to celebrate and raise support for our work in Chicago and across the globe.
This year the month-long exhibit will also feature a special Storytelling Event on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 from 6-9 p.m. in the Heinz C. Prechter Educational & Performing Arts Center. We are pleased to welcome Shannon Cason (The Moth, Snap Judgment, WBEZ) to MC this event.
In August 2017, over 2,000 active and aspiring podcasters, as well as industry representatives and professionals, will converge on the Anaheim Marriott in beautiful Anaheim, CA for two and a half packed days and nights at the fourth annual Podcast Movement.
See your favorite podcasts performed live. We’re celebrating creativity—from music to design to storytelling—with Reply All, Snap Judgment, Design Matters, Homemade Stories, and Rebel Radio.
Storytelling event about the memories and perspectives of those who were children during the 1967 Rebellion. More info at umdearborn.edu/detroit67
The Trap Door is a curated collection of unscripted, real-life stories. To kick off our new partnership with Artlink, The Trap Door is extremely proud to be bringing Shannon Cason from Detroit to headline a night of true stories told live.
Come celebrate the launch of a new podcast called Elephant Talk. A show about all things relationship - the soulful, the sexy, the silly...this is what Real Love is all about. Featuring couples from the first season.
It's a New Year's Eve celebration that brings together a great community. You'll experience an incredible range of music, dance, poetry, stories and more from some of the world's finest artists.
The first ever Chicago Podcast Festival, featuring some 30 comedy and storytelling podcasts from networks including Earwolf and Maximum Fun, is slated for Nov. 17-19.
A NIGHT OF TRUE STORIES, FILMS, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND RADIO FROM SOME OF OUR FAVORITE WRITERS, PERFORMERS, AND MUSICIANS. UNRECORDED, LIVE ONSTAGE.
The mission of True Theatre is to bring together a wide variety of people to share stories in an effort to create Community, encourage discussion, and remind everyone that ALL of us have stories to tell with unique insights and broad appeal.
2-day conference where you'll learn the fundamentals of modern storytelling: How to tell stories to improve communications internally and externally, and how technology magnifies the effect of your stories. Think visual, video, and social!
Brutally Honest Storytelling Open Mic is a live storytelling event where the audience is free to be real as they want to be. No experience necessary. New storytellers or experienced storytellers - everyone has stories. OR just come to listen, that’s okay too!
Urban Tales: Comedy Storytelling - Storytellers tell tales, but who's telling the truth? You be the judge!
The event will feature stories from the front lines of the tax foreclosure crisis as told by members of the Tricycle Collective. Hosted Shannon Cason of Homemade Stories.
With a dedicated theme tying each installment together, the night will feature regional Moth StorySlam Champions, locals sharing true tales, and audio and media pulled from the 43 years of Maine history in the Salt Archives.
Join over 4,000 of the nation's top journalists, media executives, public relations professionals, and students as we gather in Washington, D.C., to celebrate our excellence!
Homemade Stories Live is a storytelling show that mixes the best storytellers, the best music, and the best audiences. Top storytellers share entertaining stories all themed around good music. PLUS an open mic where brave audience members can take the stage to share a slice of their own lives. Come be a part of this storytelling experience.
In July 2016, over 1,500 active and aspiring podcasters, as well as industry representatives and professionals, will converge on the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Chicago for two packed days and nights at the third annual Podcast Movement.
Papa Don't Take No Mess is a storytelling show featuring true and personal stories about our fathers and fatherhood. An event to honor all the men in our lives with great stories, food, and drinks at the legendary Cliff Bell's.
Part of the 18th annual Allied Media Conference: June 16 - 19, 2016. Held every summer in Detroit, the conference brings together a vibrant and diverse community of people using media to incite change.
A Moth GrandSLAM winner, host Shannon Cason lays out his life for the listener, blemishes and all. Many of his vivid stories are insightful and true; others are imaginative works of fiction. The result is a unique storytelling experience. Plus special guests.
Top storytellers share entertaining stories about the women who brought us all in this world.
Upon completion of the 18-mile recreational bike ride, the Roll Along the River (RATR), riders are invited to the upstairs auditorium of the Downriver Council for the Arts “Cool Down After Party”. Riders will enjoy a few free and tasty beers, entertainment and food.
Hosted by Shannon Cason. Sounds by Mike Dutkewych, Deep Soul. Beer by Lagunitas.
An audio-visual storytelling experience of Detroit’s hair legacy and culture featuring photography by Justin JMillz Milhouse and audio stories by Shannon Cason.
Mission Creek Festival returns to Iowa City April 5 – 10. The festival is dedicated to inspiring and building the arts and culture community in Eastern Iowa.
Settle in for an evening of live, multimedia performances as part of Radio Campfire, a series of listening events curated by radio producers and audio artists in Detroit and Ann Arbor.
Dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling, The Moth has presented more than three thousand stories, told live and without notes, by people from all walks of life to standing-room-only crowds worldwide.