(mostly) TRUE THINGS creator/host Jude Treder-Wolff will perform her new solo storytelling show "THIS ISN'T HELPING" on Tuesday Aug. 15, 2017, 9:30 pm at                              The Connelly Theater 220 E. 4th St, New York, NY. In a world that seems to be getting crazier, how does a therapist whose been practicing for 20 years, deal with a bad case of burn-out? Go to therapy. And there are so many different kinds of therapy and self-help to choose from. Some fascinating characters think they can help with this search for hope including a mind/body therapist who was either the most relaxed, ethereal person in this world or was completely high. This show was developed with coaching from Kevin Allison and features original songs co-written with Wells Hanley CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

(mostly) TRUE THINGS creator/host Jude Treder-Wolff will perform her new solo storytelling show "THIS ISN'T HELPING" on Tuesday Aug. 15, 2017, 9:30 pm at                              The Connelly Theater 220 E. 4th St, New York, NY.

In a world that seems to be getting crazier, how does a therapist whose been practicing for 20 years, deal with a bad case of burn-out? Go to therapy. And there are so many different kinds of therapy and self-help to choose from. Some fascinating characters think they can help with this search for hope including a mind/body therapist who was either the most relaxed, ethereal person in this world or was completely high. This show was developed with coaching from Kevin Allison and features original songs co-written with Wells Hanley

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

Speak Up, Rise Up is a first year storytelling festival being held at the Connelly Theater from August 14th-20th with a focus on bringing traditional and non-traditional performers together.  Our focus is to raise the profile of people and communities of stories we don't often hear.   The idea is to bring together people's stories and put them, literally, on the big stage with other featured performances throughout the week.  

The purpose of the festival is two fold: first, to bring together traditional and non-traditional performers to tell and share their stories.  We will be offering a series of community workshops to various community groups, and showcase their final shows as part of the festival.  

Second, is to bring the world of storytelling to the big stage.