Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Carapace celebrates two year anniversary at Manuel's

Posted By on Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 12:48 PM

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Carapace, the Manuel's Tavern base of Atlanta's burgeoning storytelling scene, celebrates two years of raucous raconteurs tonight. The series began as a regional chapter of The Moth, the NYC based storytelling organization that has spun off events, a radio show, and recently landed a MacArthur Grant. Now a completely independent organization, Carapace has been bringing in crowds to Manuel's Tavern to share "true personal stories told live by ordinary people, without notes, to a new theme every month."

Today, Carapace organizer Randy Osbourne announced that he'll be writing a series called "Faces of Carapace" for Patch, profiling regulars at the event. That kicks off with a profile of Brian Bannon.

The anniversary event tonight, themed around Faults and Flaws, begins at 7:30 pm. More details on Facebook.

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