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CALL FOR STORY PITCHES
Be a part of the Risk! Podcast at Basile Theatre at the Historic Athenaeum on March 2nd at 8pm.
RISK! is a live show and podcast “where people tell true stories they never thought they’d dare to share in public,” hosted by Kevin Allison, of the legendary TV sketch comedy troupe The State.
RISK! has featured people like Janeane Garofalo, Lisa Lampanelli, Kevin Nealon, Margaret Cho, Marc Maron, Sarah Silverman, and regular folks from around the world, dropping the act and showing a side of themselves never seen before. The RISK! podcast gets over a million downloads each month. Slate.com called it “jaw-dropping, hysterically funny, and just plain touching.”
THEME: Rage (Please note: While RISK! likes to offer a theme as a launching point for storytellers, they are much more interested in great stories. Alternate theme ideas might be “Indulgence” or “Devout.”)
RISK! encourages storytellers to step out on a limb, be brutally candid and emotionally raw. This is an uncensored show where taboos are tackled and people talk about things they ordinarily might not share in mixed company, but might save for their therapist. To hear some examples, go to: http://risk-show.com/listen.
For instructions on how to submit your story pitch, go to: http://risk-show.com/submissions/
DEADLINE IS JANUARY 26TH.
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