Past Stoop Shows

Put your name in the hat to tell a 3-minute story about a crush — past, present, undying, etc.

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The Stoop and Bolton Street Synagogue are joining forces to present this fundraising benefit, which features a silent auction, raffle, festive food and drink, and a Stoop Storytelling show. Proceeds will benefit educational programs at Bolton Street Synagogue.

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Storytellers

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Mistakes

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Storytellers

Eric Leikus Web developer and nursing student

Jayne Miller 11 News I-Team Lead Investigative Reporter

Tricia Milnamow playwright and executive assistant

Kel Millionie lighting designer and artistic director

D Watkins artist

Anne Thomas storyteller

AN ALL-LADIES SHOW, WITH 7 FEMALE STORYTELLERS TALKING ABOUT LOVE, LOSS, AND LAUGHS!

THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT!!!!!

Modern.love

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Storytellers

Sheri Venema journalism professor

Ellen Brown ESL teacher

Violet LeVoit bizarro/horror/erotica writer

Saran He audience storyteller

Michael Williams audience storyteller

Shelby Saum contract specialist

Dan Goldstein audience storyteller

Elizabeth McCain interfaith minister

The Stoop returns to Hopkins medical campus one night only for a show that offers an inside look at life at a world-renowned medical institution. Seven people will tell seven-minute, true, personal tales about close calls, humbling experiences, great victories and crushing defeats, memorable moments—anything that shines a light on what life is truly like at Hopkins, both in the present and past.
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Storytellers

Dr. Albert Chi trauma surgeon

Cheryl Connors patient safety specialist

Dr. Graham Redgrave assistant director, Eating Disorders Program

Ravi Pandit medical student

Dr. Patrick Byrne plastic surgeon

Sean Hahn poet

In partnership with Open Society Institute-Baltimore

Justice

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Storytellers

David Storey pipe organ builder

Stephen Janis investigative producer at FOX 45 and co-author of "Why We Kill: The Pathology of Murder in Baltimore"

Jeff Dugan filmmaker

Monica Scott substance abuse outreach referral counselor

Carol Dee Huneke public defender

Fred Bealefeld former Baltimore Police commissioner

Mark Farley Grant meat cutter

Parenthood

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Storytellers

Debbie Page co-president of the Autism Society of Baltimore-Chesapeake

Brooke Thomas otherwise known as Mommy

Joe Sugarman editor, Style Magazine baltimorestyle.com

Terri and Grace Core Pre-K Education Manager at Baltimore City Public schools; and 9-year-old mathematician, pianist, artist, and Lego enthusiast, respectively

Michael Dalto disability consultant

Eric Beatty Director of Homewood Arts Programs at Johns Hopkins University

K. Darrow Brown social worker and former DJ

The Stoop is back with another live radio show featuring comedy sketches from The Stoop Radio Players, music from The Egg Babies Orchestra, and lots of stories!

Radio.show.for.web

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Storytellers

Jim Everett Audience storyteller

Jeff Dugan Audience storyteller

Martin Coddrington Audience storyteller

Jane Sartwell Audience storyteller

Brian Gilbert Audience storyteller

Dan Cole Audience storyteller

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Storytellers

Dan Rodricks Host of WYPR's Midday

Tamara Keith NPR Reporter

Shelia Kast Host of WYPR's Maryland Morning

Nathan Sterner WYPR Host

Maria Broom Dancer and actress

Ken Rudin NPR Political Junkie

The Stoop returns to Hopkins medical campus one night only for a show that offers an inside look at life at a world-renowned medical institution. Seven people will tell seven-minute, true, personal tales about close calls, humbling experiences, great victories and crushing defeats, memorable moments—anything that shines a light on what life is truly like at Hopkins, both in the present and past.
PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE JHMI OFFICE OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS

Jhmi.orange

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Storytellers

Jon Spelman storyteller

Naomi Cross Labor and delivery nurse

Susan Goodlaxon mom and medical manager

Dr. Robert Montgomery Director of the Comprehensive Transplant Center

Jo Tyler educator

April Kersey administrative assistant and former candy striper

Jason Cross Audience storyteller

Chris Kraft, Ph. D. psychologist and instructor, Sexual Behaviors Consultation Unit

Sins

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Storytellers

Earl Crown writer and financier

Don Palmer post-career archivist, gardener, hot sauce maker and tagalong husband

Cheryl Vickniss audience storyteller

Jasmine Garner audience storyteller

Joshua Crown woodworker

Erik Hanson anthropologist of ambition

Tracy Hall Voice actor, mom

Sam Gallant radio personality, former bagel baron

Nancy Murray audience storyteller

We.are.family.chickens.orange

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Storytellers

Tieasha Coleman Accounting supervisor

Tim Enders Audience storyteller

Beth Fredericks Audience Storyteller

Faye Houston Audience storyteller

Mike Lowry Drummer

Holly Morse-Ellington Writer and teacher

Julie Mendez Outreach coordinator

Joshua Feldman IT security consultant

Mike McClure Elephant manager, The Maryland Zoo

Lorenzo Daughtry-Chambers Student life counselor, The SEED School of Maryland

Host Aaron Henkin and The Stoop radio players are back with a show about walking down the aisle that will have you rolling in the aisle. We’ve got old-time sketch drama performed with live sound effects, live music from The Bellevederes, and true, personal wedding tales that will make the folks at The Wedding Channel salivate. The show will be broadcast on WYPR-FM on June 17 and 24.

PLUS: A performance from the fabulous 5th L

AND: Free wedding cake from Baltimore Cakery

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Storytellers

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Storytellers

Michael Manolagas Information services director

Mark L. Miller musician, comedian, deliverer of wine

Vanessa Harnik marketing and sales VP

Davida Arnold pastoral counselor

Kevin Griffin Moreno foundation program officer

Gloria Brennan licensed aesthetician

Nicole Yeftich college coordinator

The Stoop is coming to Hopkins medical campus one night only for a show that will offer an inside look at life at a world-renowned medical institution. Seven people will tell seven-minute, true, personal tales about close calls, humbling experiences, great victories and crushing defeats, memorable moments—anything that shines a light on what life is truly like at Hopkins, both in the present and past.
PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE JHMI OFFICE OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS

Jhmi.orange

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Storytellers

Richard Chisolm documentary filmmaker

Ken Hoffman M.D. pediatrician

Lauri Reamer M.D. anesthesiologist

Courtland Robinson Ph.D. deputy director, Center for Refugee and and Disaster Response, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Amy Brown R.N. gynecology-oncology nurse

Melissa Daum patient re-enactor

Chinedu Onyedike MD, MPH medical resident

The Stoop rings in the ha-ha-holidays with its biggest live radio show extravaganza ever, featuring old time comedy sketches and true personal tales of holiday highs and lows from 40 different Baltimoreans. Musical guests for the first weekend’s shows include singer/songwriter ellen cherry, Nepalese folk singer Prem Raja Mahat and barbershop quartet BSQ from Dundalk’s Chorus of the Chesapeake. For the second weekend, onstage will be ellen cherry, Persian classical musician Ahmad Borhani, and Baltimore R & B a capella trio West Ave.

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Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell true personal tales of fights waged, won and lost. Music from 2econd N8ture

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Storytellers

Kate Robinson theater and film producer www.SavingPhilanthropy.org

Molly Kelly tech consultant and part-time writer/actress/storyteller

Joseph Price business analyst

Catharine Deitch retired first sergeant, Women’s Auxiliary Army Corp (WAAC)

Rich Blake former Marine, doctoral student in clinical psychology

Dorian Gray standup comic

John Rickard Union Ironworker/Poet/Artist/Freethinker

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Storytellers

Maura Malone Taylor mother and educator

Edward Doyle-Gillespie Baltimore City Police officer

Kate Pratt certified eye bank technician

Bob Pelrine audience storyteller

April Rejman audience storyteller

Lee Gardner editor, City Paper citypaper.com

Frank Batavick freelance TV writer/producer

Kim Yates owner of Kim's Krypt, drummer in Scarlet Angel kimskrypt.com

Trinisa Brown audience storyteller

It’s not “Behind the Music”—it’s “Behind the Muse.” Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to offer a behind-the-scenes look at the mixed-up and messy process involved in birthing new artistic life forms.

Creation.stories

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Storytellers

Judith Pojda social justice advocate, mom, dog trainer

Brian Higginson teacher and writer

Will Carey standup comedian

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell how race has colored, shaped, and affected their lives. In partnership with Open Society Institute—Baltimore.

Race

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Storytellers

Dana Moore Of Counsel at Venable LLP, Chair of the Baltimore City Board of Ethics

Charisse Nichols promotions director, Center Stage

Congressman Elijah Cummings Representative for Maryland's 7th District www.house.gov/cummings/

Barbara Wilgus audience storyteller

Patchen Mortimer audience storyteller

Netta Gurari audience storyteller

David Ross writer, performance poet, retired Russian spy www.5thl.com/

David Schwartz instructional designer

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to spin stories of holiday heaven and hell.

Holiday

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Storytellers

Jim V. teacher, cyclist

Susan Anthony marketing and PR maven sawmillmarketing.com/

Tim Young comedian

Jessica N. teacher

Ba Barocca audience storyteller

Arty Hill singer/songwriter www.artyhill.com/v3/

Burke Sampson musician

Dave Hadley musician

Jessica Henkin Stoop co-founder, badass

Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin Stoop co-founders and hosts

Caleb Stine singer/songwriter calebstine.com

Tracy Gosson audience storyteller sagesseinc.com/

Heather Moyer audience storyteller

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of “Big Night” style masterpieces, waiting tables, and unholy cases of heartburn at the family dinnertable.

Kitchen

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Storytellers

Ba Barocca audience storyteller

Gregory Hartzler-Miller lifestyle experimenter

Erica Chung school psychologist

John Shields Chef, Author, Restaurant Spiritual Director

Mary Rose Madden Public Radio Producer

Tony Geraci Director of Food and Nutrition for Baltimore City Public Schools

Chrissy Ferrera artist, Starbucks diarist

Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin Stoop founders and hosts

Theresa Columbus audience storyteller

Cait Hanlon audience storyteller

Scooter Holt the Hunter S. Thompson of Baltimore's bar scene

De'Von Brown student, motivational speaker, up-and-coming film director, talk show host, musician, one of the "Boys of Baraka"

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of first jobs, first time away from home, and first time….er…well….you know! 

First.times

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Storytellers

Joe Mooney aerospace engineer

Shindana Cooper poet and storyteller

Audrey Kay staff accountant, Agora Publishing

Ab Logan English Teacher, Boy's Latin

Ed Norris host of the "Ed Norris Show" ednorris.com/mainsite/

Mimi Dietrich Quilter

Carmen Brock audience storyteller

Dawn Douglas audience storyteller

Ethel Weld resident physician, University of Maryland Medical Center

Rebecca Quinn advancement assistant, Society of St. Sulpice

On July 9, 10 and 11, The Stoop’s first ever live radio show will feature old-time comedy sketches from our friends at the Baltimore Improv Group, performances from Caleb Stine and the Brakemen, along with local musicians ellen cherry, The 5th L, and Arty Hill, and, of course, the true, personal tales The Stoop is famous for. Storytellers include “The Wire’s” Clarke Peters, First Lady Katie O’Malley, actress Rain Pryor, former “The Simpsons” writer Larry Doyle, and more!

LISTEN TO THE LIVE SHOWS IN THEIR ENTIRETY:

Thursday, Act I
Thursday, Act II
Friday, Act I
Friday, Act II

Saturday, Act I
Saturday, Act II

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JULY 9: Larry Doyle Author of "I Love You, Beth Cooper"; former "Simpsons" writer larrydoyle.com

JULY 9: Harriet Lynn producer, Heritage Theater Artists' Consortium www.h-tac.com/

JULY 9: Brian Wendell Morton City Paper political columnist and sleight of hand artist www.brianwendellmorton.com/Site/About_Me.html

JULY 9: Lauren Bender assistant teacher, artist, twin, and co-director of Narrow House, a publisher of avant-garde poetry, literature, and literary recordings narrow-house.blogspot.com

JULY 10: Sheri Booker poet, ex-funeral home lady www.sheribooker.com/

JULY 11: Pamela White Circuit Court judge

July 11: Kelly Meekins genetic epidemiologist

JULY 10: Wayne Larrivey teacher and theater director

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of riding the bench, winning the gold, and why there is no “I” in team.

Good.sport

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Storytellers

Josh Fruhlinger Blogger and editor joshreads.com

Kelly Keenan writer

Dave Zang professor of sports history

Joe Challmes freelance sports writer wordsmithjoe.com

Michael Ziccardi audience storyteller

Virginia Knowlton audience storyteller

Shodekeh professional beatboxer and musician

Kevin Van Valkenburg audience storyteller

Lionel Foster Family and Community Engagement Assistant, Baltimore City Public School

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of McJobs, office politics and working 9 to 5.

Want.fries

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Storytellers

Adriana Kroeller Stylist, colorist

Terry Sapp Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Baltimore County Department of Health

Meghann Shutt holder of every job under the sun

Mark Carter interim executive director, Kids on the Hill www.kidsonthehill.org/

Alonzo Lamont Jr. playwright and information specialist, Welch Medical Library, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Kevin Hoffman CFO of Roots Market and the rest of the Conscious Corner www.rootsmkt.com

Kim Box audience storyteller

Melinda Walker audience storyteller

Beth Bugnaski audience storyteller

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of romantic woes small and large.

Love.hurts

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Storytellers

Marc Unger comedian

LaDawn Black 92Q relationship expert ladawnblack.com

Michael Cook and Angela Shaeffer freelance writer and traveler extraordinaire

Vicki Bringman audience storyteller

Esther Coffin Miller audience storyteller

Gail Rosen audience storyteller

Katherine Gorman producer, WYPR's "Maryland Morning"

Ann Loar Brooks celebrant

It’s The Stoop….Supersized! Seven storytellers will tell tales of holiday hi-jinx. Local musicians Abby Mott, Salim, and Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack of Wye Oak will join the Stoop House Band, Caleb Stine and the Brakemen, onstage. Baltimore’s famed Westsiders Marching Band will be making a ruckus. Plus karaoke caroling and more!

Holiday-web-art

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Storytellers

Rafael Alvarez writer and raconteur www.alvarezfiction.com

Violet Glaze writer and film critic www.violetglaze.com

Kevin KAL Kallaugher editorial cartoonist www.kaltoons.com

Mary Alice Yeskey "Ace of Cakes" star and manager of Charm City Cakes www.charmcitycakes.com

Maria Broom actress on HBO's "The Wire" and "The Corner", dancer, teacher mariabroom.com

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell how the abundance or absence of cold hard cash can cause change and conflict.

Money

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Storytellers

Aaron Henkin radio producer signalradio.org

Denis Nash transportation broker

Jennifer Stevens owner, Clean Bee Cleaning

Joe Challmes audience storyteller

Janet Gilbert audience storyteller

Damian Jones audience storyteller

Brent Halliburton head of new product development for Platform-A

Nancy Murray realtor, director, celebrity impersonator

Shaun Adamec spokesperson for Governor Martin O'Malley

Lilia Rissman ringbearer

Peter Schmader owner of El Rancho Grande www.myspace.com/itsabigranch

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to talk about the pleasures and pain of life among creatures.

Animal.tales

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Storytellers

Alan Rosenberg high school teacher and drama club director

Chuck Ochlech tournament director, Baltimore Association of Rat Fisherman

Patrick Smithwick horse trainer, teacher and writer

Beth Manning dolphin trainer, National Aquarium

Anne Mannix audience storyteller

Beth Bugnaski audience storyteller

Stephanie Moss ringmaster

Mark Miazga audience storyteller

Terri Diener animal communicator petspeak.com/

Corinne Parks animal rehabilitator

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of camp pranks, camp romances, and very scary ghost stories.

06.2008.camp

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Storytellers

Timmy Reed trolley enthusiast

Sarah Richards writer and radio journalist

Gary Godbey Red Tree professional

Luke Clippinger Assistant State's Attorney

Michael Paulson high school English teacher/amateur gadfly

Fred Lohr attorney

Scott Carberry restaurant professional

Jay Graham audience storyteller

Roy Taff audience storyteller

Julie Scharper audience storyteller

Donna DeLorenzo Ring Master

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales about leaving, arriving, and struggling to make a new home in this strange place called Baltimore.


Presented in partnership with The Jewish Museum of Maryland’s Second Annual Herbert H. & Irma B. Risch Memorial Program on Immigration

04.2008.immigration

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Storytellers

William Wright artist, and therefore chauffeur www.williamwright.com

Jason Gerson public health researcher

Inge Weinberger former director, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society

Mamadou Sy program coordinator, Baltimore Resettlement Center

Peter Nobel catering director

Martha Weiman audience storyteller

Lisa O'Reilly audience storyteller

Maryrose Whelley audience storyteller

Sara Reilly ring thrower

Terrylynn Tyrell special education advocacy and policy consultant

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to talk about the untruths woven into the DNA of every family.

02.2008.secrets

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Storytellers

Barbara DeCesare reluctant paralegal

Keith Gayler policy wonk, pirate aficionado

Lisa Libowitz writer, storyteller, and woman of a thousand identities

Barbara Dale illustrator, taste expander and creative baker

Justin Credible Baltimore's Best Drag King 2007

Brenda Neuman-Sheldon audience storyteller

Joe Yingling ring master

Pamela White audience storyteller

Steve Luxenberg writer, Washington Post editor

Maggie Hadley audience storyteller

Sarah J crafty chick

Last year’s Holiday show featured tales of mass vomiting, robbed roles in the church pageant, and a Christmas morning in which one storyteller wore nothing but a Santa hat. What good tidings will this season bring?

12.2007.holidaze.2

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Storytellers

Michelle Mutert commercial sales director, Kitchens by Design

Jon Harding grant writer and graduate student

Sara Hill instructional designer

David Ettlin longtime Baltimore journalist

Gary Godbey Audience storyteller

Ann Loar Brooks Audience storyteller

Kate Lupin Audience storyteller

Jonathan Scott Fuqua young adult author and novelist www.jonathonscottfuqua.com/

From Beethoven to Billie Holiday, Beck to Barney, seven storytellers offer stories about the soundtracks to their lives.

11.2007.music

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Storytellers

Sandy Asirvatham singer, pianist, songwriter www.sandysmemoir.com

Dovile Mark stuntwoman

Ken Jackson host of WYPR's Big Band show, "In the Mood"

Jason Dove indie rocker, filmmaker, and skateboard company owner. www.jasondove.com

Laura Cappelli audience storyteller

Keith Gayler audience storyteller

Jeannette Machen audience storyteller

Jessica Henkin co-producer of The Stoop

Steve Haddad activist, baseball fanatic and budding Buddhist www.myspace.com/captainjacktheband

Rahne Alexander songwriter, performer and member of the Degenerettes www.rahne.com

Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell flesh and blood tales about the glories, guts, and gross-outs of the human form.

09.2007.body

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Storytellers

Walter Lomax man wrongfully convicted of murder, freed after 39 years

Phil Meeder Mercedes dealer

Hilary Hansen writer, mom and serial surgical patient

Dana Kollmann forensic scientist and former Baltimore County Police CSI danakollmann.com

Phoenix from the flames. Butterfly from the chrysalis. It’s a night of transformation at The Stoop when seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of lives re-envisioned and re-made.

06.2007.recreation

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Storytellers

Diane Finlayson WYPR host and yoga guru

Mick the Pirate Privateer and former stuntman

Asa Student and part-time electrician

Joanne Juskus Singer/songwriter

Hannah Feldman Baltimore Magazine senior editor

Andre Miller Co-creator and co-star of A&E series Random 1

It’s an evening of black eyes, wounded hearts, and long-held grudges when seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of anger, resentment—and maybe forgiveness.

04.2007.nemesis

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Storytellers

Mike Hughes Writer, designer, and performer

Dale Marie Prenatt Volunteer coordinator and Appalachian poet

Shelly Blake Songwriter, teacher, and ex-wrestler

Niki Lee Performance artist

Richard Gorelick City Paper restaurant critic

Laurel Clark Graduate student

David Simon Creator of HBO's "The Wire"

It’s a night of extremes when seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of devotion and delusion.

02.2007.love

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Storytellers

Richard Ford Operations manager, Andersen Windows

Rosalia Scalia Writer and mother

Allison Brown Teacher

Helen Shafer Izi Medical Products and Shafer Center CEO

Dave Wurzel Acupuncturist, interventionist, and engineer

Andrea Schanbacher Special Educator

Liz Richardson Blogger

Hear how the “other half” celebrates i.e. survives) “the most wonderful time of the year” when 7 storytellers get 7 minutes each to tell heart-warming (and blood-curdling) holiday yarns.

12.2006.holidaze.1

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Storytellers

Jim Magruder Writer

Prescott Gaylord Green builder

Therese Lynch Etch-a-sketch artist and Speech and Language Pathologist

Sarah Achenbach Writer, mom, and wrapping paper addict

Robert Pelrine Pastoral counselor

An all-male line-up share their scariest stories!

10.2006.scary

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Storytellers

Mike Subelsky Navy Lieutenant

Brian Flanagan Baltimore City firefighter

Tim Paggi Playwright and copywriter

Josh Granger Film and TV producer

It’s “Back to School Night” when seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell tales of class clowns, teachers’ pets, education-as-liberation and attending the school of hard knocks.

09.2006.school

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Storytellers

Ellis Marsalis III Poet and photographer

Jael Freedman Manicurist

Avi Decter Director of The Jewish Museum of Maryland www.jhsm.org/

Cranston Dize Baltimore City teacher

Tracy Wahl National Public Radio producer

Herman Williams Former “Montel Williams” producer and sculptor

Planes, trains, and automobiles. Adventures and misadventures. Meeting strangers, making friends, parting ways. Missing connections, falling off the map. Discovering new worlds—and yourself. Seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell true tales about the power of traveling to disorient, amaze, reveal—and, most importantly, to transform.

06.2006.road

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Storytellers

Emily Flake Lulu Eightball cartoonist www.eflakeagogo.com/

Sunni Khalid WYPR news editor www.wypr.org

Catharine Robertson Information Architect

Heather Moyer Disaster News Network reporter

Jim Mancini Speech and Language Pathologist

Jill Blum Graphic Designer

A match made in heaven morphs into the marriage from hell. Grandma moves in with the fam—and nothing is ever the same. Your college roommate loves Black Sabbath; you prefer Enya. Your new cat keeps peeing on your pillow—until you give her Prozac. In “Under one Roof: Stories about Living Together (or trying to),” seven storytellers get seven minutes each to spin true tales about cohabitation’s tangled webs.

04.2006.roof

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Storytellers

Rupert Wondolowski Poet, painter, and bookstore owner www.normals.com/

Kat Hudson Freelance writer

Matt Fisher Dog walker

JaHipster Scientist and performance poet www.jahipster.com

Andrea Seabrook NPR Correspondent www.npr.org

Kristi Birch Cat lover and writer

It’s an evening of blood, tears, mishaps, screw-ups, and shattered dreams when seven storytellers get seven minutes each to tell true tales of loserdom in The Stoop Storytelling Series premier, “Legends of the Fall: Stories about Failure.”

Stoop founders Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin host a lineup that includes crime novelist Laura Lippman, WJZ-TV morning host Marty Bass, Walters Art Museum director Gary Vikan and Baltimore magazine senior editor Max Weiss.

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Storytellers

Gary Vikan Walter's Art Museum Director

Max Weiss Baltimore Magazine Editor

Valarie Perez-Schere Performance artist and mother of three

Laura Lippman Writer

Shannon Dunn Freelance writer

Marty Bass WJZ-TV morning host

Charles Cohen Freelance writer

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