Take This Job And Shove It TOO

Because there are more stories about bad jobs than there is time to share them, we’ve got MORE chances to tell your “Take This Job And Shove It” tale!

STORIES OF COSMICALLY CRAPPY WORK Saturday, September, 27 2014 7:30p Studio III Broadway Center Tacoma, WA

FREE WORKSHOP: Saturday, Oct. 11, 10a-11:30a
Wheelock Library
FREE SHOW: Tuesday, Oct. 14 7p-8p
Main Branch, Tacoma Public Library


REGISTER NOW for our FREE WORKSHOP at Wheelock Library in Tacoma on Saturday, October 11 from 10a-11:30a.


A bad job, a cranky boss or outrageous co-workers can be the source of an entertaining and enlightening story. On the other hand, talking about them could also just sound like complaining. How do you relate a memorable experience in a way that an audience will enjoy, and even learn something?
Megan Sukys and Tad Monroe produce Tacoma’s live storytelling show, Drunken Telegraph. For this workshop, they will bring simple and effective tools to help participants craft a compelling tale about real-life events. Participants are invited to come prepared to share a 2-3 minute story from their own work lives.
Megan and Tad will select a few storytellers from the workshop to take part in a special follow-up performance on Tuesday, October 14, 2014.


PLAN NOW for our FREE SHOW at Tacoma Library’s Main Branch on Tuesday, October 14 from 7p-8p.


For this special show, co-producers Megan Sukys and Tad Monroe will offer a lineup of local people sharing true stories about tackling thankless jobs, handling outrageous bosses and surviving the worst work situations. Entertaining and authentic, the stories also offer insight into what it really takes to make a living.

And just to prove we’re not being original with “Take This Job And Shove It Too”, here’s the song David Allan Coe wrote and performed to follow up his earlier song, the one made famous by Johnny Paycheck.

There, we said it.