"Not quite a comedy show, not quite not a comedy show"

storytime time posterCould be fun: Ethan Ullman starting a monthly storytelling show at More Bread and Jam Cafe in Cohoes called, appropriately, Storytime Time. Blurbage:

Join Ethan Ullman (host of Alternative to Sleeping on WCDB 90.9 FM & Comdypipe.com and heard on RISK! storytelling podcast) as he welcomes Robert Clancy (author of "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Soul" http://guidetothesoul.com/) and local comedians Jaye McBride, Jason Smith, William Hughes and Bob Reilly for an after-work storytelling show!
Not quite a comedy show, not quite not a comedy show. Best way to understand it is to experience it... come on out!

As mentioned in the blurb, Ethan appeared on the popular RISK! podcast -- along of with a handful of other locals -- when it recorded at The Linda last year. He tells that experience inspired him to start up this series.

The first show is tonight (Wednesday, February 27) at 6:30 pm. There's a $5 cover.

Find It

Storytime Time at More Bread and Jam
130 Remsen Street
Cohoes, NY 12047

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