Tell Us Something

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‘Tell Us Something’, now a nonprofit, brings live storytelling to the U of M’s Dennison Theater 9/27

“We have stories that are really vulnerable, touching, raw and hilarious all at the same time,” said Marc Moss, the executive director of the nonprofit.

Five innovations helping charities

From an NFT marketplace for good causes, to an app that connects donors to the homeless, discover innovations that are helping charities and non-profits to thrive

‘Tell Us Something’ – Education and Performance News, WE GOT OUR 501(c)3! and Ticketing Information

“Letting Go” Live at The Dennison Theatre September 27, 2022

“Didn’t See That Coming” photos, Call for Storytellers, a Free Event and More!

and we’re looking for storytellers!


WHAT: call for storytellers
WHO: All ages are welcome to share their story. Tell Us Something sometimes has adult themes and stories some

Get Your Tickets Before They’re Gone! June Newsletter

You know the transformative power of words that can bring a group of strangers together. A few words can bring an audience to tears or uncontrollable laughter.

May ‘Tell Us Something’ Newsletter

Say “yes” to stories and to our community.

Say “yes” to the magic of someone going on stage and bringing our community together.

Say “yes” for acknowledging there is so much that ties us all together and a story can show that.

“Stone Soup” Live Event Review and Photos, Call for Storytellers and June Live Event

The 7 scheduled storytellers all brought their “A-game” (as usual), and we were pleased to bring Jeff Ducklow back to reprise his “Lost in Kauai” story. If you missed the show, be sure to subscribe to the podcast to catch up on all of the stories.

February 2022 Tell Us Something Newsletter – Call for Stories

There are only 7 days remaining to submit your story pitch for consideration in the March 30 live in-person event at The Wilma! Storytellers are paid a stipend and work with Tell Us Something story coach Marc Moss to develop and hone their story.

60 Minutes – Story Telling Is More Important Now Than Ever – New oral history project records conversations between people with opposing political views

  A new program from the creator of the oral history project “StoryCorps” is asking Americans with opposing political ideals to do the seemingly impossible: talk with each other. Norah O’Donnell reports ********** Tell Us…

Tell Us Something – CALL FOR STORYTELLERS! In our return to live in-person events, we need storytellers! THEME: STONE SOUP

We are so excited to be returning to in-person storytelling events this year! Help us make 2022 a great year by voting on themes that you’d like to see at the events.