Roar: True Tales of Women Warriors features true, first-hand stories of obstacles, survival, and empowerment. Join host Mary Supley Foxworth and Better Said Than Done storytellers Stacy Crickmer, Sharon Few, Sandra Hull, Felicia Reed, Jessica Robinson, Kathy Stershic, Allison Stevens, Anne B. Thomas, and Brandy Walker share personal stories about everyday challenges that are uniquely female.
Read more about the 10 women storytellers, and why we roar, here:
Roar: true tales of women warriors
The April show is on SUNDAY, April 30th, 2017, at Jammin’ Java in Vienna.
All proceeds benefit the National Network to End Domestic Violence
Down the road:
May 27th, 2017 – Memorial: true tales of soldiers, service, and saying goodbye
Check Out Our Summer Spotlight Series Here
2nd Sundays, 5PM, Epicure Cafe
June 11th – Susan Gordon
July 9th – Anne Thomas
August 13th – Ellouise Schoettler
September 10th – Jessica Robinson
June 24th, 2017 – Labor Pains: Bosses, Work and Babies
July 29th, 2017 – Bite Me: stories about bugs, bites, blood and anger
August 26th, 2017 – Vacation: stories of fun, family and disaster
September 30th, 2017 – The show is a benefit for Friends of Reston and will be held at the Walker Nature Center in Reston, VA
Thursday, October 12th, 2017 – Fall for the Book Festival Storytelling Night
October 28th, 2017 – Our 4th Annual Night at the Improv – Improvisational Storytelling
November 25th, 2017 – Last show of the year at The Auld Shebeen
Want to “Become a Storyteller?” The good news is, you already are! But, if you really want to be a Better Said Than Done storyteller, the first step is to come to one of our live shows in Northern Virginia. We have a particular style and format that creates a unique storytelling experience and you have to see it to get it. After that, take one of our workshops to learn the craft or just jump right in and sign up for a show. Look at our upcoming shows, think of a story that fits the theme, and use our contact page to submit your idea.