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Speak Up Storytelling presents Nature Calls – Stories about outdoors…..

Infinity Hartford

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Sat, June 08, 2019
Hartford, CT
Doors: 7 PM
Show: 8 PM

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Price: $19 - $44

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GENRE

Storytelling
Speak Up Storytelling presents Nature Calls – Stories about outdoors…..

Our Friends Matt and Elysha Dicks bring their next installment of Speak Up to Hartford this June. Their shows are always intriguing and we can’t wait for more! We are excited to hear their guests and all new stories! 

Speakers will include:

Steve Brouse

Dawn DeMeo

Lynelle Abel

Ellen Last

Tiana Allman

Drew Prochaska

Matthew Dicks

Speak Up Storytelling

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speakupstorytelling.com

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Artist Bio

Speak Up is a Hartford-based storytelling organization that seeks to promote the art of personal storytelling to a wide audience and foster and support a community of storytellers in Connecticut. Speak Up brings professional and amateur storytellers to stage to share true stories from their lives. Speak Up founders and producers Matthew and Elysha Dicks work closely with storytellers to help them craft their stories for the stage and teach storytelling workshops to storytellers and professionals at all levels.

Speak Up shows feature storytellers who tell true stories from their lives on a predetermined theme. Our shows showcase a blend of seasoned storytellers and people telling stories for the first time.

In addition to Infinity Hall, Speak Up has established partnerships with Real Arts Ways,  The Mount, The Connecticut Historical Society, and The Noah Webster House.

Click here to check out the Hartford Magazine article.

Shows are produced by Matthew and Elysha Dicks. They are hosted by Elysha Dicks, and Matthew Dicks serves as one of the storytellers for the evening.


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