“Threads”: A Recap of our May Show

The May 30 show, themed “Threads”, explored how what we wear can transform us. Six performers took the stage to share their most intimate clothing challenges and triumphs. Singer/songwriter Nicholas Barron and his swoon-worthy voice ushered in our brunch audience … Continue reading 

Recap: “Love is…” Show

On February 22, we embraced the spirit of Valentines Day for our 2nd annual “Love is…” show. And what says “love is…” better than opening the show with a bluegrass set of murder ballads? Today’s musical guests were Chelsea Burns, … Continue reading 

Love Illustrated

Love Illustrated

On February 22, resident artist, Betsy Frymire, dazzled our storytellers and audience with her illustrated depictions of each tale. Betsy kicked off our inaugural brunch show with a drawing devoted to this month’s theme, “Love is…” Tom Wolferman: “I am … Continue reading 

Love is…Our February 22 Brunch

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Oh brunch, how I have longed for thee. And now, the wait is over.

On Sunday, February 22, Story Sessions is having a brunch show! Six performers will grace your benedict and bacon with true stories on the theme of “Love is…”

But it’s not what you think. It’s not a couples show. It doesn’t get all wrapped up in the end. Love is messy. Love is complicated. Love is weird. And that’s how we like it. Join us for this epic event and get your tickets today!

Story Sessions, “Love is…”
Date: Sunday, February 22
Location: City Winery, 1200 W Randolph
Doors open: 10:30am
Show begins: 11:00am
Tickets: City Winery website

Featured performers: MT Cozzola, Marty McConnell, Danielle Pinnock, James Sweeney, Ted Wesenburg and Tom Wolferman

Music by: Chelsea Burns, Dan Fuchs and Andy Miller

Produced by: Jill Howe and Rachael Smith

Little Session on the Prairie: A Recap of our Retreat

Little Session on the Prairie: A Recap of our Retreat

On a snow covered Sunday, we packed up our cars with treats and chairs and hats and blankets and headed to Glencoe for a full day of writing and workshops. Once the fire was lit and the food was unpacked, … Continue reading