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Shelter Theater Storytelling Extravaganza Brings New Tale Tellers to the Fold

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By John Wharton

Storytelling is ancient, predating computers, radios, books, even language itself. Now, ages later, in spite of—or because of—the abundance of technology, the popularity of storytelling has not waned.

The humble live story is always the victor against our battle with the glowing screen. Blessedly, both the tellers of tales and their listeners win. Why? Because live storytelling not only connects us with tradition but also to real people.

Through storytelling, we are gifted with the opportunity to practice and foster empathy up close and personal. We take in the story in real time and think, “Oh yeah, I’ve been there! And then what happened?” Or better yet, “That makes me think of a great story I wanna tell!”

So thank goodness we’ve got our very own “Shelter Skelter Storytelling Extravaganza” right here in San Miguel de Allende. Come share your empathy at Shelter Theater this Tuesday as the series sails into its second successful year. As always, producer Leslie Beam wrangles a new bunch of fresh, short tales into a thoroughly entertaining showcase. Beam and her fellow returning storytellers, Dan Ruffert and Ravi Nathwani, will treat you to new and engaging additions to the storytelling family, including Laura España, Chris Davis, T. D. Lake, Crystal Clenney, Anthony Christiansen, and Bea Aaronson.

Tickets are available online at www.sheltervg4.com.

Sunday, November 3, at 3pm: Company is back! Neil Patrick Harris leads an all-star cast in this screening of 2011’s sold-out Broadway show. Five couples and their perpetual bachelor friend explore the true meaning of relationships. According to the Chicago Tribune, “TV personalities and seasoned musical-theater performers provide a startlingly robust and rousing rendition of one of Sondheim’s most lively works.”

Visit www.sheltervg4.com for our map, a calendar of events, and online tickets. Send ticketing questions and comments to sheltervg4@gmail.com. No need to print online tickets; your name is enough. Advance tickets are not available for films or Open Mic. Find us on the Qué Pasa map, upper left.

Theater on Screen

Stephen Sondheim’s Company

Sun, Nov 3, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Storytelling

“Shelter Skelter Storytelling Extravaganza”

Tue, Nov 5, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Music/Variety

Open Mic

Tue, Nov 5, 7pm

80 pesos (includes drink)

Documentary and Discussion

Artificial Intelligence: The Great Leap Forward

Wed, Nov 6, 3pm

70 pesos

 

All events are in Shelter Theater

Shelter Theater Storytelling Extravaganza Brings New Tale Tellers to the Fold

By John Wharton

Storytelling is ancient, predating computers, radios, books, even language itself. Now, ages later, in spite of—or because of—the abundance of technology, the popularity of storytelling has not waned.

The humble live story is always the victor against our battle with the glowing screen. Blessedly, both the tellers of tales and their listeners win. Why? Because live storytelling not only connects us with tradition but also to real people.

Through storytelling, we are gifted with the opportunity to practice and foster empathy up close and personal. We take in the story in real time and think, “Oh yeah, I’ve been there! And then what happened?” Or better yet, “That makes me think of a great story I wanna tell!”

So thank goodness we’ve got our very own “Shelter Skelter Storytelling Extravaganza” right here in San Miguel de Allende. Come share your empathy at Shelter Theater this Tuesday as the series sails into its second successful year. As always, producer Leslie Beam wrangles a new bunch of fresh, short tales into a thoroughly entertaining showcase. Beam and her fellow returning storytellers, Dan Ruffert and Ravi Nathwani, will treat you to new and engaging additions to the storytelling family, including Laura España, Chris Davis, T. D. Lake, Crystal Clenney, Anthony Christiansen, and Bea Aaronson.

Tickets are available online at www.sheltervg4.com.

Sunday, November 3, at 3pm: Company is back! Neil Patrick Harris leads an all-star cast in this screening of 2011’s sold-out Broadway show. Five couples and their perpetual bachelor friend explore the true meaning of relationships. According to the Chicago Tribune, “TV personalities and seasoned musical-theater performers provide a startlingly robust and rousing rendition of one of Sondheim’s most lively works.”

Visit www.sheltervg4.com for our map, a calendar of events, and online tickets. Send ticketing questions and comments to sheltervg4@gmail.com. No need to print online tickets; your name is enough. Advance tickets are not available for films or Open Mic. Find us on the Qué Pasa map, upper left.

Theater on Screen

Stephen Sondheim’s Company

Sun, Nov 3, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Storytelling

“Shelter Skelter Storytelling Extravaganza”

Tue, Nov 5, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Music/Variety

Open Mic

Tue, Nov 5, 7pm

80 pesos (includes drink)

Documentary and Discussion

Artificial Intelligence: The Great Leap Forward

Wed, Nov 6, 3pm

70 pesos

All events are in Shelter Theater

Shelter Theater Storytelling Extravaganza Brings New Tale Tellers to the Fold

By John Wharton

Storytelling is ancient, predating computers, radios, books, even language itself. Now, ages later, in spite of—or because of—the abundance of technology, the popularity of storytelling has not waned.

The humble live story is always the victor against our battle with the glowing screen. Blessedly, both the tellers of tales and their listeners win. Why? Because live storytelling not only connects us with tradition but also to real people.

Through storytelling, we are gifted with the opportunity to practice and foster empathy up close and personal. We take in the story in real time and think, “Oh yeah, I’ve been there! And then what happened?” Or better yet, “That makes me think of a great story I wanna tell!”

So thank goodness we’ve got our very own “Shelter Skelter Storytelling Extravaganza” right here in San Miguel de Allende. Come share your empathy at Shelter Theater this Tuesday as the series sails into its second successful year. As always, producer Leslie Beam wrangles a new bunch of fresh, short tales into a thoroughly entertaining showcase. Beam and her fellow returning storytellers, Dan Ruffert and Ravi Nathwani, will treat you to new and engaging additions to the storytelling family, including Laura España, Chris Davis, T. D. Lake, Crystal Clenney, Anthony Christiansen, and Bea Aaronson.

Tickets are available online at www.sheltervg4.com.

Sunday, November 3, at 3pm: Company is back! Neil Patrick Harris leads an all-star cast in this screening of 2011’s sold-out Broadway show. Five couples and their perpetual bachelor friend explore the true meaning of relationships. According to the Chicago Tribune, “TV personalities and seasoned musical-theater performers provide a startlingly robust and rousing rendition of one of Sondheim’s most lively works.”

Visit www.sheltervg4.com for our map, a calendar of events, and online tickets. Send ticketing questions and comments to sheltervg4@gmail.com. No need to print online tickets; your name is enough. Advance tickets are not available for films or Open Mic. Find us on the Qué Pasa map, upper left.

Theater on Screen

Stephen Sondheim’s Company

Sun, Nov 3, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Storytelling

“Shelter Skelter Storytelling Extravaganza”

Tue, Nov 5, 3pm

150 pesos

Live Music/Variety

Open Mic

Tue, Nov 5, 7pm

80 pesos (includes drink)

Documentary and Discussion

Artificial Intelligence: The Great Leap Forward

Wed, Nov 6, 3pm

70 pesos

All events are in Shelter Theater

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