Storytime Time returns

storytime time funny stories illustrationThe comedic storytelling series Storytime Time returns this month with a new location: Cafe NOLA in Schenectady. Blurbage (may we direct your attention to the second sentence):

The show, hosted by Ethan Ullman (as heard on The Howard Stern Show and the popular RISK! storytelling podcast hosted by Kevin Allison) and introducing co-host Talia Cass, features both comedians and storytellers. Mary Darcy, of All Over Albany and Mopco Improv, will perform at the kick-off show along with a number of other great storytellers.
Ethan Ullman started Storytime Time in 2013 at More Bread & Jam in Cohoes until the restaurant closed. The storytelling show moved to Kokopelli's nightclub in Troy earlier this year. Past headliners include Annie Lederman (Comedy Central, Chelsea Lately), Yoshi Obayashi (Showtime) and Steve Barnes (Times Union)

The show is at 7 pm on Wednesday, November 12. Tickets are $5.

If you're interested in telling a funny (and true) story at a future Storytime Time, email a brief summary to storytimetimepitch@gmail.com.

Comments

Glad to hear this series is back!

Here's a link to his performance on the Risk Show at The Linda back in 2012.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXWYQA8bzUM

Y'all Got Hambu?!

Best of luck Mary!
Know you will be great.

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