In August of 1816, the stage was set for Mary Shelley to write her classic "Frankenstein" novel. Who was Mary Shelley? What were her own monsters and how did this book come to be? Join storyteller Lou Ann Homan as she portrays Mary Shelley. The story is riveting and none can tell it better.
Who doesn’t love a good ghost story? Storytellers Laura Packer and Loren Niemi tell real, creepy, funny, lovely, terrifying stories about the things that haunt us and keep us awake at night. Not the typical "ghost" stories you hear around the campfire, these are tales of vampires, monsters, bad relationships and life gone horribly wrong.
When was the last time you yelled your story!?
Poetry on the Fringe marries performance poetry and theatre arts.
Every other Sunday at 6 p.m., for $7 we’ll drop jaws with a:
- 20-minute open mic for emerging artists
- never-before-seen theatrical production
- NPS-certified poetry slam competition.
We’ve designed the limited open mic to bring diverse voices to our poetry scene and to invite new artists to share. Our open mic, free for all, is safe, inclusive, invitational, supportive: a space to take your first steps as a poet.