Shows

Thanks for Coming to Skeletons!

Thank you all for braving the elements to make it to Skeletons! It was a truly incredible show and we couldn’t have done it without our talented and brave storytellers :

Kristin Dickson, Martha Hannah, Megan Lambert, Ruby Willmann and Conor Brantley.

Thank you for sharing your stories with us !

We’ll be back on Black Friday to bring you our annual Potluck show on November 27, 2015.

Some of the stories this month dealt with depression and suicide. If you or a person you know is struggling with depression or thoughts of suicide, please take a moment to make the phone call to get help, a few minutes can save a life!

National Suicide Hotline 24/7 : 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

http://www.texassuicideprevention.org/

LGBT National Hotline : 1-866-488-7386

 

Shows

Meet your MC for Tonight : Ashley ‘Mick’ McKelvy

Rain or shine, our brand new Testify producer Ashley ‘Mick’ McKelvy will be hosting this evening’s show.  We’ll see you all tonight, doors at 7pm, show starts 7:30pm

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Ashley has been a TV show extra, a librarian, a high school teacher, a grader of standardized tests, a waitress, and she once had a career at Old Navy that lasted three hours. Check out her fabulous blog, A Chick Called Mick 

Performers

Skeletons – Testify’s Performer Spotlight : Megan Lambert

Tonight Megan Lambert takes the stage to share Broken, a tale of how broken bones helped strengthen her relationships.  See you all tonight!

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After leaving home in a small, southern Alabama town, Megan Lambert rode freight trains, hitchhiked, and enjoyed living outdoors for a couple of years before moving to Austin 6 years ago. She now works as a bookseller and events coordinator at BookPeople bookstore, where she also write a weekly blog titled, “weekend reading.” In her spare time, Megan volunteers for local literary/culture magazine, fields. She enjoys reading, writing poetry and narrative essays, and singing American folk songs with her guitar or banjo. She frequently finds herself contemplating her hatred for the enduring American cultural phenomenon, Lynyrd Synyrd.