The Same Coin Performer Spotlight: Susan Mack

Susan Mack is a writer, poet and mother to two teenagers and a dog. She is currently serving as managing editor of the Rio Review, working on a public health research project, and trying to make sure her children actually get on Zoom for their classes each day. She has told stories at multiple Austin venues, holds the title of 2019 Bulb Story Slam Grand Champion, and will be starting an MFA at the Vermont College of Fine Arts in January.

Susan will tell her tale of a major surprise and a weight lifted in her piece, Apocalypse Now?


The Same Coin Performer Spotlight: Abel Lomas

Abel is an author, cyclist, speaker, runner, poet, hiker, and starving improv star along with his troupe mates from “Yes Andersons.” During the business day, he sells enterprise software to large companies. In the evening, he makes delicious vegetarian food for his meat-craving family. On the weekends, you’ll find him on his bike for hours at a time, clinging onto his fleeting youth. But right now, you’ll find him talking about the mass exodus from the first of many cults that have affected his life.

Tomorrow night, Abel will keep you on the edge of your seat with his story, Exodus: Let Cult People Go!


The Same Coin Performer Spotlight: Morgan Anderson

Morgan was always adventurous and confident in her ability to handle most situations, ask her mom. Her first memorable thought was something along the lines of “This is not my first rodeo.” Nature is her nurture, and she nurtures nature. She owns and manages a plant maintenance business, writes sometimes, and tries to have as much fun as she can in these trying times.

This Thursday, Morgan will tell a tale of the perils of freedom in her piece, In Too Deep.