Parlor Stories is a literary and performing arts series bringing together local actors, story-tellers and authors reading great literature. The series is inspired by Stories on Stage in Denver, Arts & Letters Live in Dallas, and Selected Shorts in New York City. There is a theme to each Parlor Story performance. Several stories are presented around each theme. The stories are sometimes classic, sometimes new; performed by great actors or story-tellers from Kentuckiana who bring these short stories to life.
The readings are held in the St. Paul’s Parish House Parlor on Sunday evenings. Refreshments are served at intermission. No advance tickets are sold; however, donations are accepted at the door.
The first performance of Parlor Stories is set for the 4th of July Weekend.
In commemoration of the 237th birthday of The United States of America, Parlor Stories present an evening of stories exemplifying the American Spirit. From Mark Twain to Bill Bryson, these stories will warm your heart and tickle your funny bone.
Sunday, July 7, at 7:00 pm
St. Paul's Parish House Parlor
1015 E. Main St.
New Albany, IN 47150