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Third Tuesdays’ Grown-Up Story Time at Rudyard’s

Submitted by Erin Dyer on August 20, 2012 – 1:05 pmNo Comment

By: Erin Dyer

Grown-Up Story Time (GUST) at Rudyard’s British Pub on Waugh entertains bar patrons every third Tuesday of the month. GUST is hosted by BooTown, a nonprofit arts company, founded in 2007, whose mission to create theatre through a collaborative process. BooTown’s artistic director, Emily Hynds, says that Grown-Up Story Time has become a staple in the Houston community.

Tomorrow night, August 21, and every third Tuesday, a rotating squad of expert story-readers will read submitted “grown-up” stories to the eager ears of Rudyard’s bar patrons. The stories to be read monthly are handpicked out of many submissions, and may vary from a brutally honest personal account, an embarrassing memory, or a short fiction story.

Submit your story online at www.bootown.org, or via email at grownupstorytime@bootown.org. You can also view past stories at the BooTown Website.


Tues., Aug. 21


Rudyard’s British Pub

2010 Waugh


BooTown Mission Statement:
BooTown is dedicated to creating fun, original, collaborative theatre using interdisciplinary methods in non-traditional settings in order to cultivate new audiences.

“BooTown is like those awesome shoes with the bottoms that light up. You know, like the kind we had in the 90s.” -Timothy Evers

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