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Tickets Now on Sale for Greeley’s 2018 “Do Tell!” Storytelling Event

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A special evening of storytelling is on tap with the 2018 production of “Do Tell! – Greeley Voices that Inspire“ on November 15 at 7 p.m. This popular event will feature compelling stories presented by local residents on stage at the Hensel Phelps Theater located in the Downtown Union Colony Civic Center. 

The stories are not the work of professional presenters, but are based upon the experiences of local “everyday people” - your neighbors, friends, and colleagues - who have been selected through an audition process to tell their story.  The six storytellers offer an array of topics with personal and unique experiences that have had a significant impact on the storyteller’s life. Some of the stories are funny, others inspirational, most are touching.  All of the stories are compelling. 

“Storytelling remains one of our most enduring means to relate the human experience,” notes Becky Safarik, Greeley Creative District President.  “Everyone has a story, and we are enthused about providing a special setting to hear those stories.  It is truly a transformational experience for the audience, as well as the performers.”Tickets to the event are $25 and include a complementary journal and dessert reception with the speakers following the performance.  Seating is limited so reserving a seat early to this special performance is encouraged.  Tickets may be purchased through the Union Colony Civic Center Ticket office or at  This event is hosted by the City of Greeley Creative District and more information is available at:

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Release Date:
Nov 1, 2018
For more information, media representatives should contact:
Becky Safarik, Assistant City Manager

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