(mostly) TRUE THINGS Storytelling Show
(mostly) TRUE THINGS features true stories - with a twist - told live without notes. Each show is entirely unique, with completely new stories and an always-engaging and often-hilarious audience. One storyteller tells the unvarnished truth, the other three change a few details that you might pick up by listening closely. The whole truth comes out by the end, with the help of the audience. There are prizes involved, if you can believe a thing like that.
Host and creator Jude Treder-Wolff keeps the energy high and the audience is a ton of fun.
MATTHEW CORCORAN is a New York born and raised, Lawful Good attorney and improv enthusiast who loves to entertain people by making fun of himself. For the purposes of this show please do not assume he is lying just because he is a lawyer, even though he is very good at it. He is currently a student at The Pit-The Peoples Improv Theater and attempting to write a web series. His interests include all tings nerdy (you will immediately become his BFF if you can talk about the various works of Felicia Day ad nauseum), political debates. Wine should have probably gone first.
MELISSA GLEASON is a Continuous Learning and Improvement Coach at a midsize financial institution in the midwest. She resides in southwestern Wisconsin with her husband John an 3 cats. When she't not leading large groups of people Kaizen or Rapid Improvement Events, she is in school pursuing her Masters in Business degree or traveling. Most recently she and her husband completed their Europe 101 trip: 6 countries and 11 cities in 12 days via plane, train and automobile.
Shaun Eli is one of America's smartest comics. A stand-up performer in clubs and corporate gigs, his jokes have been quoted in national media like CNN, Reader's Digest, Fortune magazine among many others, and sold to comics like Jay Leno and other late night legends. A graduate of Wharton School at UPenn, he is also a world class athlete.
Toni Munna has more than 30 years of acting and directing experience across on stages across Long Island. Favorite roles include Bella in Lost In Yonkers and Dr. Livingston in Agnes Of God. She organized and directed 7 productions of The Vagia Monologues to support organizations that work to end violence against women and girls. As the first Teeny Award coordinator, she helped develop the high school arts program at East End Arts and ran it for 9 years. It is still going strong and she helped Islip Arts develop a similar program.
Performing Arts Studio of New York (View)
224 E. Main St.
Port Jefferson, NY 11777
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|