Loading Events

Truth Be Told – A Night of Personal Storytelling Saturday, November 3, 2018

Truth Be Told – A Night of Personal Storytelling

  • Date: November 3
  • Time: 8:00 pm TO 9:30 pm
  • Price: $20
    Tickets $20 online, $25 at the door. Student Discounts available with I.D.-$10
  • Location: John & Nancy Hughes Theater
    400 E. Illinois Road, Lake Forest, 60045

Join us for another spectacular night of Storytelling with Scott Whitehair on November 3rd in our John & Nancy Hughes Theater! You’ve enjoyed personal stories on NPR while sitting at your desk or driving home, but it simply can’t compare to the intimate experience of live, face-to-face storytelling.

This event is co-produced by Scott Whitehair and Anne Purky

 

 


SCOTT WHITEHAIR

Scott Whitehair is the producer of This Much Is True, one of Chicago’s longest running storytelling series, the creator of Story Lab Chicago, recently mentioned in Newsweek and Forbes, and the director of Do Not Submit, a citywide network of open mics. He has told stories anywhere someone will listen, including at Steppenwolf Theater, Second City, and The Woodstock Opera House, and on NPR, Sirius XM, and The Risk Podcast. Scott’s independent class has been selling out monthly for the last 5 years, and he is in demand as a coach and trainer. In 2014, he was the featured instructor at Hong Kong Story Week, headlined by David Sedaris, and recently taught a course at All Hallow’s College in Dublin. Scott is on the board of directors for The National Storytelling Network and will be performing at the National Storytelling Festival for the first time this October.

 

 


ANNE PURKY

Anne Purky is a renegade mom of an astonishing differently abled daughter now in college! She is active in politics, disability rights, and advocates for the homeless with PADS in Waukegan & Zion. She studied film & writing at Northwestern and the School of the Art Institute and has jumped into the storytelling scene performing at Story Jam, Chicago Dramatists, Truth be Told, Beast Women, Ragdale, Story Lab and others. She’s a graduate of Lake Forest High School!  She resides on the North Shore where she chronicles entitlement with raucous glee!

 

 

Gorton Community Center will take and may use photos and videos from this event for its promotional purposes. Your attendance indicates your consent to the above.

Film and Event Refund and Cancellation Policy: There is no refund given for unused film or event tickets.

Discover