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The Moth Mainstage Staff Pick

When: Fri., April 6, 7 p.m. 2018
Price: $25-$100
Born on a porch in Georgia and later developed in bars and clubs in New York City, The Moth is a globally recognized organization built around “true stories, told live and without notes.” Encompassing StorySlam events hosted in 26 cities, a radio show aired by 450 radio and a podcast downloaded by 700,000 weekly listeners, The Moth celebrates “the ability of stories to honor both the diversity and commonality of human experience, and to satisfy a vital human need for connection.” Likened to “a community where entertainment and enlightenment merge,” The Moth Mainstage takes shape in curated events that unite five storytellers often exploring a common theme. Hosted by San Antonio native David Crabb (a Morrissey fan whose memoir Bad Kid details his experiences growing up goth and gay in Texas), The Moth Mainstage returns to the Alamo City for a San Antonio Book Festival event featuring presentations by Bronx-born artist, jewelry designer and writer Phyllis Marie Bowdwin (aka the Bronx Pickle), interior designer, life coach, actress and singer Ana Del Castillo, author, performer and longtime New Yorker contributor Adam Gopnik, memoirist, world traveler and Corpus Christi native Stephanie Elizondo Griest and playwright, radio host and raconteur Warren Holleman.


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