LOL IRL - Now Streaming!

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LOL IRL - Now Streaming!

A show that will test your knowledge of acronyms and make you Laugh Out Loud In Real Life.

By Six Feet Apart Productions

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  • 22 days 13 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

SFAP teamed up with our BFFs over at BSTD to bring you a show filled with hilarious stories and some confusing acronyms. Don't worry, the stories are told in full sentences using actual words. YOLO so grab a ticket ASAP. The show will stream live on YouTube. and your ticket allows you to watch anytime.

Emcee: Claire Hennessy is founder and co-producer of the highly acclaimed online storytelling show, Six Feet Apart Productions, British-born, Claire is an award-winning storyteller, NSN and Moth GrandSlam finalist, emcee, and author (published in several award-winning anthologies). She is hoping to find an agent for her humorous memoir before she is too old to go on a book tour. She also hosts The Bonkers Brit podcast (on a pause).

Anne Rutherford is an award-winning storyteller who delights audiences nationwide with funny, moving performances that include tales of personal adventure, Pacific Northwest folklore and prize-winning tall tales. But, she is also five-time first place winner of the Northwest Folklife Liar’s Contest, — so don’t believe everything she tells you. She is currently telling stories over the ether hither and yon — find out more about her virtual shows at Anne's CD The Habit of Joy and The Adventures of Clementine Ryder are both Storytelling World Award winners, as is the story First Catch on her CD 3 Lies & Some Truth.

Diane Ferlatte's storytelling background began as a child listening to neighbors and family swap stories, lies and tales on her grandparents’ porch in Alexandria, LA. Her true calling was discovered in 1980 after she and her husband adopted their second child. She was determined to release him from the bonds of television. Her skill at telling stories developed a special relationship with her son while creating a bond with people around the globe. For over thirty years Diane has travelled internationally captivating audiences while using songs, sign language, humor, and audience participation. She has wowed audiences in Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Europe, Asia, South America, and in virtually all 50 states of the U.S. Diane shares historical and personal stories, as well as folktales and other forms of the oral tradition to illustrate the struggles and triumphs of the African American experience. Diane has received numerous honors, including The National Association of Black Storytellers’ Zora Neale Hurston Award, The National Storytelling Network’s Oracle Circle of Excellence Award, as well as a Grammy Nomination.

Ed Stivender is a self-described “full-time Daydreamer" who moonlights as a Storyteller”, Ed Stivender has entertained audiences on two continents and two islands, since his debut in1980. Dubbed “Robin Williams of Storytelling” by the Miami Herald and “the Catholic Garrison Keillor” by Kirkus Reviews, he is the author of two books and numerous recordings.A popular workshop leader and MC, he is known for his delightful mixture of whimsy, wit and wisdom as he invites his audience to an interactive dance of the imagination. An award-winning Philadelphia Mummer, he was inducted into Storytelling's Circle of Excellence in 1996.

Jessica Robinson, Founder of Better Said Than Done, began performing stories in front of audiences in 2007, and has performed at such venues as Jammin’ Java, The Auld Shebeen, Atlas Performing Arts Center, The National Women's Equality Monument, the National Mall, Dance Place, and The Miracle Theater. Jessica's one woman show, "Tech Babies" - about infertility and prenatal complications - premiered in 2015 at Stories in the Round. Jessica performed at Exchange Place at the International Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, TN in 2018, at the Susquehanna Folk Festival Liar’s Competition in 2019, and, in 2020, on the World Channel TV show “Stories from the Stage,” and as a featured performer in the Women’s Storytelling Festival. Jessica is co-author of the anthology Roar: True Tales of Women Warriors.

Regina Stoops is founder and co-producer at Six Feet Apart Productions and a writer, comedian, and award-winning storyteller spinning stories on stage as well as in print. Regina has developed humor as her weapon of choice to help tackle diversity, adversity and suburban chaos. Her storytelling ability was born from the need to stay one step ahead of her kids' constant inquiries about Santa, time travel, common core math and what’s for dinner. She is a two-time Moth Storyslam winner, a National Storytelling Network StorySlam Finalist and recipient of the Erma Bombeck Workshop’s Humor Writer of the Month award. Regina is working on a collection of personal essays for her book, “Born Normal: My Life as a Bumper Sticker.” The stories touch on Regina’s life from her upbringing in a Midwestern town called Normal to life as a gay, Catholic, suburban soccer mom living with Multiple Sclerosis and raising a special needs son. Several of these stories are available on her NormalNotes blog. Follow Regina on Facebook to see what she's up to.

About the organizer

Stay six feet apart as we bring the entertainment from our living rooms to yours through storytelling, poetry, comedy, music, and who knows what else. An eclectic mix of entertainment to feel connected in times of social distancing and self-isolation.