This month, BYO is hooking up with Prospect 3, New Orleans’ citywide contemporary art exhibition. We’ll tell stories at the “The Nature of Now” installation and wind our way through stories of
true tales about
losing your way | sense of direction | untangling
Inspired by “Nature of Now” exhibition theme
Sunday, October 26th
7:30pm: BYO Happy Hour
Beers and craft cocktails
Home Cookin from Jeff’s Neighborhood BBQ
Music from Lost In The Holler
8:00pm: Stories start
Come On Uptown!
3308 Magazine St.
This story was told live at the September 17th BYO, located at 915 N Dupre in the Bayou St. John neighborhood. The theme of the evening was “Worth The Wait?”. Here, Eve Abrams does her best to incorporate family traditions into her very nontraditional wedding.
This story was told on July 31st on South Rendon Street in Bayou St. John. The theme of the evening was “Diamond in the Rough”; here, winner Kristin Swanson tells how a Diamond really is, a girl’s best friend.
THE WEATHER’S HOLDING UP AND WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU!
915 N DUPRE
730PM COCKTAILS+BBQ+ICE CREAM
BRING YOUR OWN SEATING
MUSIC BY LOST IN THE HOLLER:
STORYTELLER: Annie Freitas
THEME: Famous Last Words
DATE: June 4th, 2013
VENUE: Alvar Library
PRODUCER: Nina Feldman
Annie Freitas tells of her grandparents good attitudes, even better looks, and parting words.
This story was told on Junes 3rd, 2014 at 915 North Dupre Street, and was later produced by Karen Gardner. The theme of the evening was “Family Matters”. Here, James Hamilton learns how someone loses their hero, and then eventually loses his own.
This Thursday BYO presents “diamond in the rough”.
623 n rendon
7pm byo hang time : BBQ and Lost in the Holler
7:30 stories start
To sign up to tell a story email email@example.com
This story was told in backyard of 915 N. Dupre on June 3rd, 2014 and later produced by Karen Gardner. The theme of the evening was “Family Matters”. Here, storyteller Jess Placzek tells of her home environment where secrets are hard to come by.