West Chester Story Slam Presents Center Stage, an occasional series of storytelling events focused on important themes and issues. Center Stage is a night of stories selected and arranged for the audience. Think of it as a curated anthology of nonfiction told live on stage, right here in the borough.
Our first Center Stage event is themed FAITH, and will be held on Saturday, September 13 at Thomas Patrick Hall, which is located behind St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church. The night will consist of approximately 10 personal stories told by people who practice diverse faiths – Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, and other faiths. Would you like to see an example of a story about faith? Scroll down to watch a story told by Terry Heyman at a recent Story Slam.
Tickets for West Chester Center Stage: FAITH can be purchased for $15 by clicking HERE.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Act In Faith of Greater West Chester, a local interfaith non-profit that provides support for the un- and underemployed in the West Chester area. Click HERE to learn how they support our community. St. Agnes has parking with an entrance of New St. and additional parking is available at the municipal lot at New and Gay St.
The lineup of storytellers for FAITH can be found HERE.