The Stoop Storytelling Series
Hear personal stories, told by the people who’ve lived them – not professional storytellers, just everyday folks with astounding tales to tell. This performance features stories of the unusual, hilarious, joyous, and astonishing – all true accounts of neighborhood events and experiences. Stoop storytellers are writers, dog-walkers, scientists, poets, moms, manicurists, museum directors, waitresses, TV hosts, taxi drivers…and you!
The Stoop Storytelling Series is a popular event in the Baltimore area in which seven people get seven minutes each to tell a true, personal tale on a shared theme in front of a live audience. Since its founding in 2006, The Stoop has featured the stories of thousands of people. These stories are now available on its website and podcast, and are frequently aired on local public radio station WYPR. Guided by the motto “Everyone has a story What’s yours?” The Stoop’s mission is to showcase the extraordinary stories of ordinary people. During each Stoop show, a few lucky audience members also get the chance to tell three-minute stories on stage.
Sponsored by COMPASS
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Columbia Festival of the Arts
The Columbia Festival of the Arts is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Founded in 1987, the Festival’s popularity and growth has transformed it into one of the Baltimore/Washington Corridor’s premiere arts events. The Festival present both free and ticketed events, featuring world-class performances, exhibitions, film programs, concerts, family activities, master classes, workshops and community dialogues.
Columbia Festival of the Arts brings together the arts community, businesses, local schools, and individuals to create events that shine a spotlight, not only on the arts, but on the Howard County community as a Maryland showplace.