Smithtown, NY - December 24, 2015 - (mostly) TRUE THINGS, a monthly storytelling show that features true stories - with a twist - told live, without notes and the only one of its kind on Long Island will have its first performance of 2016 on Saturday, January 16 at 7 pm, at The Performing Arts Studio of New York, 224 E. Main Street, Port Jefferson, NY.
The line-up of storytellers includes international improvisation coach Hal Peller and writer and actress Sherri Rosen, and includes a game that engages the entire audience. All the stories except one include carefully-crafted deceptions, and the audience has an opportunity to question the storytellers about their stories, then votes for the person who told the unvarnished truth. Audience members who choose the correct person get a prize.
Tickets are $10 online presale until 3 pm on the day of the show, available at Brown Paper Tickets. Tickets are $15 at the door (cash only). Call 631-366-4265 to reserve seats. Complete information is available at www.mostlytruethings.com.
(mostly) TRUE THINGS was the subject of a full-page feature article in Newsday in November, 2014 Host/creator Jude Treder-Wolff is storyteller, singer/songwriter and writer/performer who is an active in New York storytelling scene. She was featured onstage in the RISK! live storytelling show and podcast, and has told stories at The Moth in New York and Prose Of Pie in Tarrytown, NY. With musical director Wells Hanley she co-wrote the lyrics and music for the songs used to set up every stage of the game in (mostly) TRUE THINGS. “Self-medicate with real-life therapist Jude Treder-Wolff. Expect the unexpected! And without the hourly rates!” wrote the New York Daily News about her comedy/cabaret show Jude Treder-Wolff’s Thursday Nite Psychotherapy Hour.
Her solo show Crazytown was selected for the 2013 Midtown International Theater Festival, the 2012 Chicago and San Francisco Fringe Festivals and was performed at Actors Theatre Workshop, Broadway Comedy Club and The Pit-The Peoples Improv in New York, at the Charles B. Wang Center at Stonybrook University on Long Island and The Conservatory NJ in Trenton, NJ.