Welcome to the Truth Be Told website, where you can find information about our bi-monthly (that means every other month) story slam in Boulder, Colorado — as well as storytelling tips, photos, videos, workshops and coaching.
Truth Be Told began in February of 2013. We started it because we wanted to create an ongoing performance series in Boulder that features great stories well-told. We also wanted to build a community of fellow storytellers and story lovers to help bring more stories into the world and onto the stage.
So, welcome to the community! We’re excited to meet you. If you’re not already on the mailing list, sign up here to get updates on upcoming slams and other projects we’re brewing. Then click around the website to see photos, watch videos, and get some tips for the story YOU might share on the Truth Be Told stage.
Hope to see you at the next slam!
Johanna and Nina
We are beyond excited about our Featured Storytellers for the upcoming Grand Slam. We’re delighted to welcome them back to the Truth Be Told stage, February 22nd! Read about them here.
Sunday, February 22
Doors open 6pm
show starts at 6:30
1535 Spruce St, Boulder, CO
Tickets available here
We give you the theme.
You bring a story.
Five minutes tops. Must be true. Told by heart.
The GRAND SLAM Line-Up:
Traci Brown, Lindsay Bourgoine, Eryc Eyl,
Morley McBride, Glenna Murdock, Ellen Nordberg,
Jim Walker, and Ted Weaver.
This month’s house band (band name forth coming) is comprised of: Nina Rolle, Dave Willey, Tom Weiser, Jessica Cerullo, and Sharon Glassman.
Check out the photos from our December slam…video coming soon!
Jim Walker’s international adventure turns into a life and death situation at the August, 2014 Truth Be Told story slam. The theme for the night was Borderline.
April, 2014 Truth Be Told story slam. The theme for the night was Lost & Found.
A folk hero saves the day in Ted Weaver’s story “Arlo”, which won the Funniest Damn Story category at the August, 2014. The theme for the night was Borderline.
Eryc Eyl gives his account of an exceptional high school student, to whom he gave some exceptional advice at the October, 2014 Truth Be Told story slam. The theme for the night was Teacher! Teacher!
Dee Covington tells her captivating tale of powerful life teachers from Warsaw, Missouri to Boulder at the October, 2014 Truth Be Told story slam. The theme for the night was Teacher! Teacher!
First Place Winner from our October slam with her hilarious story of an unfortunate mistranslation while studying Spanish in Panama.
We are beyond excited about our Featured Storytellers for the upcoming December slam. We’ve got Cristie Chamberland, a traveler, a sometimes poet, and a teacher of various things, whose work has been seen at the Portland Story Theater, Here’s the Story Chicago, and Story Sessions in Chicago; Morley McBride, a recent Brooklyn-to-Boulder transplant and former Moth StorySLAM winner; & Bradley Spann, a Truth Be Told veteran, winner in the Funniest Damn Story category at the first annual Grand Slam earlier this year and Fringe Festival extraordinaire with his one-man show, Me and My Monkey. We’re delighted to welcome them to the Truth Be Told stage.
Charley meets a television star while hitchhiking in Arkansas at the August, 2014 Truth Be Told story slam. The theme for the night was Borderline.
Chris Barnett experiences “porous borders” in a twenty year love story at the August, 2014 Truth Be Told story slam. The theme for the night was Borderline.