True Stories from Your Friends and Neighbors

About Tin Can Stories

Tin can telephones are a symbol of early mobile communication and a remembrance from our collective past just as storytelling is a tradition of recalling memories that are worth sharing.

Now in its third year, Tin Can Stories transmits the ageless art of storytelling with contemporary stories and engaging performers. Join us when we present again!

Past Shows

Masks

Saturday, October 24, 2020 (ZOOM) - We have all had times when we’ve dressed up, changed our appearance, or asked others to look at us differently. Masks aren’t always what they appear to be. Sometimes they hide us and sometimes they are hidden.

Strange Coincidences

Saturday, August 10, 2019 - Coincidences. They're everywhere. Is it chance or fate? Our storytellers give their experiences and let you decide.

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

Sunday, November 18, 2018 - On the eve of Thanksgiving, we thought about all of the times that we’ve shared meals with our friend or families and how we’ve all had stories of an uninvited guest.

Storytellers

Sam Mitchell (host)
Frankie Allen
Evan Billiter
TC Caldwell
Mike Chappel
Maya Cotton
Ashley M. Jones

ashleymjonespoetry.com

Swapna Kakani

swapnakakani.com

MRVLL (Eric Marabele)
Jane Patten

janepatten.com

Annie Phillips
Stephen Ross
Bama (Ben Shumate)
Cindy Small
Jessica Temple

jessicatemple.com

Melissa Ford Thornton
Jonathan Tyler
Courtney Val

Thanks to the Following for Continued Support

 

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