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Calling all edUi attendees! You have the chance to take a chance and get a little more involved… by telling a story.  What?  That’s right, a story, your story – live, on stage, no notes, and based on the theme:

Double Take!

  • What: True stories told live on stage by edUi participants on the theme: Double Take.
  • When: Monday, November 9, 2015 – 7:30pm  (part of that evening’s reception)
  • Where: Live Arts, Gibson Theater

Stories should be true, personal (whoa buddy, not THAT personal), and centered around double takes.

Do you have a story about taking a second look? Getting twice what you expected? Giving a second chance? Catching a second glance? Or something that just made you do a “Double Take?”

Tell a story at edUi 2015

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Prizes

Did we not yet mention prizes?  Well, of course.  Each storyteller will receive a grab-bag prize just for having the chutzpah to tell a personal tale; the top three stories will be announced, and the winner* will receive a …. wait for it…

Free Pass to edUi 2016!

*voting for best story will be crowdsourced – everyone in attendance gets a vote.

Learn More

If you want more info, contact the host for the evening, Ray Nedzel. He’s pretty awesome: RayNedzel@virginia.edu, 434-249-8444. Or read this blog post.

About Your Host

Ray Nedzel

Ray Nedzel lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.  He is an OK actor, an average storyteller, and a horrible poet.   During the day, he’s the Webmaster for the School of Medicine at the University of Virginia.