Eugene or Bust!

Back in April, we applied for and won a coveted juried showcase slot at the Arts Northwest Booking Conference in Eugene, OR, this coming October. For a group just starting out, with only two shows under its belt, getting to audition for all of the presenters and booking agents in our region is a big deal. Huge, in fact. If all goes well – we’re confident it will – one year from now, Letters Aloud will be performing for audiences throughout the Northwest. It’s all here in this video -

Now you know how great Paul is on camera, what my office looks like, and how we’ll spend the money we raise – fees, actors, travel, food and beer. Better still, you’ll get our thanks, bragging rights and at the $250 level or above, tickets to an upcoming show. Go check out our IndieGoGo campaign and give according to the dictates of your budget and your heart.

Letters Aloud on Stage

We’re proud of what we do and love telling people all about it. But see for yourself what our audiences have to say about our shows.

Jennifer Lee Taylor, "Dear Dad" episode, June 2013
Jennifer Lee Taylor, “Dear Dad” episode, June 2013

“It makes you reflect on the world and your own life and our personal connection to history.”  – Nancy Guppy, host of Seattle Channel’s ArtZone

Letters Aloud Company, "Dear Dad" episode, June 2013
Letters Aloud Company, “Dear Dad” episode, June 2013

“I was watching this today and regretting that I hadn’t done this kind of letter writing as my kids were growing up.  It would have been such a gift.”  – DEAR DAD audience member, Father’s Day 2013

Paul Morgan Stetler, "Dear Dad" episode, June 2013
Paul Morgan Stetler, “Dear Dad” episode, June 2013

“I was so impressed with how he curated with the letters he used.  There was a real overarching narrative.”  – DEAR DAD audience member, Father’s Day 2013

private letters…read in public

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