Porchlight: A Storytelling Series
Tag Team Double Dare! Two Tellers, One Tale
Join us for our Season 11 opener as we invite a stellar cast of pairs onstage to tandemly entertain you with one story!
Kasper Hauser identical twins James and John Reichmuth
HIV educator and writer Ed Wolf and performance artist Kirk Read
Google engineer Sean Kelly and landscape designer Anneke Swinehart
Public radio stars Nikki Silva and Davia Nelson -- The Kitchen Sisters
The Coup's Boots Riley and a Mystery Guest
Founders of the Center for Sex and Culture Dr. Carol Queen and Dr. Robert Lawrence
The Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson & Nikki Silva) are the producers of the NPR series, The Hidden World of Girls, the duPont-Columbia Award-winning series Hidden Kitchens and two Peabody Award-winning NPR collaborations, Lost & Found Sound and The Sonic Memorial Project. Their first book, Hidden Kitchens: Stories, Recipes and More was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. Their new series, The Making Of..., a collaboration with KQED Public Radio, premieres this fall.
Kirk Read and Ed Wolf met while passing on the street eleven years ago. They are writers and nature enthusiasts. Their new kitten Dewey has been digging trenches in their arms, prompting strangers to ask them if they are okay. Porchlight is their favorite twelve step meeting.
Anneke Swinehart and Sean Kelley first laid eyes on each other in 2003 inside Spanganga after a performance of Reservoir Dogs where Sean played a dead bleeding guy, and Anneke played someone who should've known better. Shocking various contingents of their social sets, they sealed the deal in 2009 with two rings and three weddings. They share a love of science, scuba, scribbling, scrambling, post-game scores and scoring post game. They fucking hate bullies and will kick their fucking ass.
James and John Reichmuth are the identical twin half of the comedy group Kasper Hauser. Kasper Hauser is the author of three books SkyMaul, Weddings of the Times, and Obama's Blackberry.
Dr. Carol Queen and Dr. Robert Lawrence are founders of the Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco's hot-to-trot spot for judgment-free education, cultural events and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender spectrum.
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