Bucks County Playhouse Announces Lineup for Word of Mouth Storytelling Series
Bucks County Playhouse's Storytelling Series returns with expanded opportunities to hear and see renowned storytellers live on stage. The Word of Mouth: Boo Storytelling event (previously scheduled for October 19) has been moved to January 11, 2019. The Storytelling series features monthly performances, two shows a night at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on November 16, December 14 and January 11, 2019. Tickets are $25 for a single ticket and are available at BucksCountyPlayhouse.org or (215) 862-2121.
WORD OF MOUTH performances feature an evening of stories that take place in the intimate cabaret setting of Lambertville Hall, 57 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ. The performers are some of the best storytellers from New York City's most popular storytelling shows including The Moth, The Liar Show, R!SK, Cake and many more.
Here's the schedule:
- November 16 -- WORD OF MOUTH: GIFTS -- This evening's topic will be widely interpreted with stories that may be about gifts: given or received, costly or free or maybe a distinctive strength or talent. The evening embraces stories conjuring memories of receiving all kinds of gifts, some that bring wonder why and curiosity, others that make the receiver feel like jumping for joy because it was exactly what was needed.
- December 14 -- WORD OF MOUTH: TIME -- The ticking clock...too little time...arriving just in the knick of it or being right on, "Time" explores stories about moving too fast, standing still, being late, missing out or the discovery that being exactly at the right place, at the right time.
- January 11 -- WORD OF MOUTH: BOO -- The evening will include stories that are spine tingling, hair raising, adrenaline inducing, that make the audience want to run for life or embrace a loved one. It will be full of surprises, frights or something haunting.
Please visit www.buckscountyplayhouse.org for additional casting information for the WORD OF MOUTH fall series and upcoming spring performances.
The Bucks County Playhouse Education Program serves children, teens and adults through a wide variety of programs. It aims to achieve artistic excellence in a community-centered environment, in continuation of the Playhouse's rich history of mentoring young people, contributing to the American theatre canon and fostering relationships between established and emerging artists.
Founded in 1939, Bucks County Playhouse has grown beyond its reputation as one of the Country's most famous summer theaters to a year-round Equity performing arts center in New Hope, PA. In addition to Main Stage programming, the Playhouse serves more than 1,500 children, teens and adults through a variety of education programs ranging from fully produced Youth Company shows, weekly and monthly master classes, Word of Mouth storytelling performances, and the Annual Student Theater Festival.