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Long Story Short: Balls, Saturday 2/20

Long Story Short is our monthly improv storytelling night. 5 minute stories, no notes, and anyone can take the stage. “Balls!” is technically our tie-in with the next month’s VAMP: Sports! but we’re pretty sure you might have some, um, non-sports related stories for this theme. Balls, tell us all about ’em.

Sign up when you get there. Or halfway through the show. Or just come to listen!

So Say We All’s Long Story Short
Saturday, February 20th
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Ink Spot
San Diego Writers, Ink
2730 Historic Decatur Rd #202
(NTC at Liberty Station, Barracks 16, upstairs)
San Diego, CA 92106
(619) 696-0363

This is an excellent opportunity to get your storytelling feet wet in a fun environment. It’s also an opportunity to flesh out a potential VAMP story on a similar theme to the upcoming submission deadline. The deadline for written story submissions for VAMP: Sports is Sunday, 2/28. So come tell your story, see how it rolls [lol sports analogy, we win], and maybe write it up and try out [lol sports] for VAMP?

Because balls.

Long Story Short: Co-Producer Wanted

Calling all San Diego lovers of stories: we are looking to fill the volunteer role of a co-producer for our monthly improv storytelling show, Long Story Short. You’ll work with our current producer, David Latham, as well as So Say We All’s staff and the very hospitable crew at our host venue, San Diego Writers, Ink.

Long Story Short is every third Saturday of the month, at 7 PM.

We are looking for someone to help perform the following tasks:

  • Arrive early to help set up the event space, and return it to its classroom state at the end of the show (or applicable set-up/tear-down in alternate venues)
  • Maneuver merchandise, and beverages to and from the venue the day of the show, as well as any extra equipment
  • Help manage door donations, merchandise and beverage sales, and the sign-up list
  • Spread the word about Long Story Short
  • Select themes for 2016!

Optional duties that would be rad:

  • Willingness to co-host, if desired
  • Ability to help design theme-specific posters for social media and/or print

This is a volunteer position and we will love you endlessly. Come join us and help other people get their stories out in the world. You are your story.

To throw your name in the hat, please contact Julia Evans using the following form:


So Say We All’s Long Story Short at The Ink Spot!

We’re moving Long Story Short indoors! Starting September 2015, come tell your stories at The Ink Spot at San Diego Writers, Ink. Long Story Short is the third Saturday of the month at 7 PM.

Long Story Short is So Say We All’s improv storytelling show. Have you ever been to a VAMP and thought, “I might have a story”? Well, Long Story Short is the perfect place to try it out.

Five minute stories, told by you, with no notes. Anyone can take the stage. You can sign up right when you get there (or you can even sign up halfway through the show). It’s casual, supportive, and pretty fun.

Our first Long Story Short at The Ink Spot will be Saturday, September 19th at 7 PM. The theme is “Euphoric Recall.”

Hope to hear from you (yes you) at The Ink Spot!

Long Story Short: Super Nerd

==cancelled due to rain==

We’re all nerds about something. Come to Long Story Short, our monthly improv storytelling show, and tell us all about that one time you geeked out in epic proportions. Just in time for those fresh-from-Comic-Con stories.

Five minute stories, told by you, no notes. Anyone can take the stage!

Saturday, July 18th
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Evolution Fast Food
2965 5th Ave, San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 284-6784
$5 suggested donation

Long Story Short: Creepy Crawlies

Join us at our upcoming Long Story Short event: Creepy Crawlies!

May 16 @ 7:00 PM9:00 PM at Evolution Fast Food
2965 5th Ave (Corner of Quince),San Diego, CA92103

Come tell your stories of things that make your skin crawl. Anything from creepers lurking in the shadows to that one time you got worms on vacation. Long Story Short is So Say We All’s improv storytelling night. 5 minutes, no notes, and anyone can take the stage.