Story Slam set for Jan. 11

“Story Slam — Light!” is set for 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11, at Olympic Theatre Arts, 414 S. Sequim Ave.

Tellers will be selected at random to step to the mic to tell a six-minute true, personal story on the theme. Unlike regular story slams, on this night there will be no judging (hence the “light” moniker).

Participants are asked to prepare a six-minute true, personal story on the theme “resolutions,” and put one’s name in the hat before the show. Stories must be told without notes (no reading).

The event is hosted by Olympic Theatre Arts and the Story People of Clallam County.

Cost is $10 for general admission or $8 for OTA or Story People members.

See www.clallamstorypeople.org/story-slams/.

For more information, contact Ingrid Nixon at olypenstoryslam@gmail.com.

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