Drunken Telegraph Designer Britton Sukys created custom Stage Art for our Broadway Center appearances this season. We hope to give this little mountain and cityscape a temporary home to visit with Tacomans until our next show at the Broadway Center, April 11, 2014.
Jane Brazell challenged orders from the US Army to earn her class ring. PHOTO: Scott Haydon
As a 16 year old Army brat, Jane Brazell wanted nothing more than to graduate from the high school where she got her class ring. So, she tried to outsmart her father – and by extension the US Government – to avoid moving to Germany.
Tricia DeOme helped get Digital Billboards banned in Tacoma. PHOTO: Scott Haydon
Tricia DeOme was a gung-ho community organizer in the Central neighborhood of Tacoma – and pregnant – when she found herself taking on the international corporation Clear Channel to ban digital billboards in the city.
Stories of Epic Battles, Friday, November 15, 2013, Broadway Center, Studio III, 7:30p FREE Art by Britton Sukys
The Wait Is Over…
TRUE TALES OF EPIC BATTLES TONIGHT AT 7:30P
Get a drink from the bar, find a seat and enjoy these true-life tales…
Plus, the story of a young man risking his future for a free pizza, a young woman witnessing her father’s odyssey to catch an Alaskan salmon and a high school junior trying to outsmart the US Army to earn her class ring.
Then, we’ll throw a Story Slam and invite audience members to share their own 5-minute story of an epic battle in their lives.
Get ready for the show by listening to stories from our last show, “Neighbors”.
What does a Drunken Telegraph show sound like? Here’s a sneak listen of just half the stories in our next show: Join us TOMORROW, November 15 at Tacoma’s Broadway Center for the Performing Arts, Studio III, at 7:30 for True Tales about Epic Battles. Sign up for the Story Slam and you can share your own 5 minute story…
Tad Monroe, former neighbor of Mr.Cooke PHOTO: David Matsui
Drunken Telegraph co-founder Tad Monroe was a new minister serving in Tacoma’s Hilltop when he bought his first house. He expected to make a difference in the neighborhood, but didn’t expect the bare-chested, bench-pressing, rottweiller-wielding, foul-mouthed 81 year-old man next door to teach him about being a good neighbor.