A look back at the Story Slam on Tuesday September 23rd
The Theme – Vices: Transgressions, Treachery, and Temptation!7:00 P.M. at the Treehouse Café at 4569 Lynwood Center Road NE on Bainbridge Island. (206) 842-2814 www.treehousebainbridge.com. This event was free, with donations encouraged to support our Young Writers Programs.
Hosted once again by the hilarious and awesome Bhama Roget of The Edge Improv. And, as always, prizes were given for first, second, and third place winners.
PAST STORY SLAM: FEBRUARY 2014
For those who missed the uproarious February Island Story Slam, the theme was "Dating: The good, the bad, and the ugly". The winners were 1) Kate Walton with a hilarious (& sad) story of living in Asia and finding her now-husband, 2) Tom Challinor sharing his date with a wealthy beauty who almost was hit by an oyster he heroically Heimlich'd from a diner, & 3) Alex Sanso telling her love fest of an evening coming out to a friend in San Fran. Thanks to you all for another great Story Slam! We couldn't do it without you!
Thank you Treehouse Cafe, Eagle Harbor Books & Chris Soldevilla who was the MC, and a big thanks to all storytellers for being brave, sharing a bit of yourselves and entertaining us all once again!
PAST STORY SLAM: JANUARY 2013
Back by popular demand, the second Field's End Story Slam January 2013 was another lively event!
Storytellers shared a personal, five-minute, true story related to the evening's theme, "Seemed like a good idea at the time...."
It was held on Thursday, January 10, 2013 at 7 PM at Treehouse Café, MC'd by Bhama Roget.
The winners received: First prize - gift certificate to TreeHouse; Second prize - gift certificate for Eagle Harbor Book Company; Third prize - a Field's End coffee mug, pen & journal.
This event raised $322 for the Jack Olsen Memorial Tuition Assistance Fund to honor the late Bainbridge Island author. The fund is designed to assist writers who need financial help with class tuition.
There is more information about this fund on our website.
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Poster by Christine Driggers | Graphic Design.
Audience member judges evaluated story performance, story structure, and exploration of the theme. No written notes or cheat sheets were allowed. Oral storytelling only! Storytellers were encouraged to rehearse and carefully time their piece to stay under five minutes or risk score point deductions. Audience and storytellers were 21 or over.
Treehouse Café is located at 4569 Lynwood Center Road on Bainbridge Island. Visit them online at www.treehousebainbridge.com.
$5 donations to Field's End were appreciated. The donations went to the Jack Olsen Memorial Tuition Assistance Fund for writers who need financial help toward Field's End class tuition. Thank you.
Field's End's First Island Story Slam!