An Evening of Storytellers: Outrageous, Autobiographical Spoken Word
Thu. Feb. 13 at 7:30pm
$15 adv./$15 door seated – ages 21 +
Love, Sex, Drugs,
Dogs, Pizza, and Tears
About Tell Me More: Comedienne and spoken word artist Janet Croteau brings her cast of quirky characters back to Michael's on Main for the annual "Best of Tell Me More” show. This "depth comedy” and autobiographical spoken word consistently delivers laughs, makes ya think in a good way, and has the audience muttering things like, “Did she/he really just say that?” Prepare to be entertained. Everyone goes home wanting more.
Ed Croteau: Ed's stage career started and ended 36 years ago with the lead in a high school production. He is a currently a business/ecommerce consultant and website developer. He loves to fish, play guitar and piano, and hike with his wife and dogs.
Janet Croteau: Janet is the creator and co-director of Tell Me More. She is a songwriter, comedian, spoken word artist and psychotherapist who believes that creative self-expression is healing to ourselves and others - and helps navigate the complexity of life. Janet believes if you water down who you are, the real people will never find you.
Stefano Engle: Stefano works as an undercover writer, painter, writer, and performer. A guarded few know his assignment at any particular time, though he has occasionally been sighted commuting on Hwy 17.
Sarah MacEwan: Sarah is a therapist who believes in self-expression as a path to healing and wholeness.
Nicolette Nasr is the co-director of Tell Me More. She escaped from Palo Alto to find her true self in Santa Cruz where acting, writing and loving her comm unity and family is her
Sun Marion: Sun believes in new beginnings and cultivates life with a deep appreciation of nature, love, and precious opportunities. She's a Digital Artist and Radio Star known as Mrs. Future on the Dr. Future Show
April Stearns After a breast cancer diagnosis at 35, April Stearns longed to hear the stories of other young women making a life after diagnosis. In 2015 she founded WILDFIRE Magazine to be a beautiful print & digital platform for young women to tell their breast cancer stories from Stage 0 to Stage IV. Since then April's published the stories of more than 300 women diagnosed under 45 and has attracted readers from all over the world.
Artist sites and sounds:
www.janetcroteau.com and almostjanet.com and (Sun) DrFutureShow.com and (April) wildfirecommunity.org