07/25/19 - Off of My Head Storytelling

Join us for another show of often funny, sometimes poignant, always authentic personal stories.

Producer/ Host:

Ty Fance. An author of his book of autobiographical short stories Off My Head and Over the Fence and a producer of the story telling show - Off My Head a lasting storytelling experience. Originally from Houston, Texas, Ty performs his stories throughout Southern California and enjoys a good hot peppermint tea. Tys stories feature his journey into and through fatherhood; reflections of marriage; and his colorful childhood -rediscovered.


Mary Serradas. A Los Angeles based writer and television editor. She co-authored a poll that was published and featured on talk radio disproving a conservative trend among adolescents during the 1984 Presidential election. In 2017, she attended and was a finalist for the Luso American Fellowship at DISQUIET: Dzanc Books International’s Literary Program in Lisbon, Portugal. Her television editor credits include documentaries, on-air trailers, and promos.

Lan Tran. Writing has been anthologized in A New Literary History of America, Waking up American, and Beyond Words. She is the recipient of the PEN/Rosenthal Fellowship. She is also the writer/performer of three off-Broadway solo shows, one of which played to sold out audiences in a festival sponsored by Lincoln Center Theater.

Rich Tackenberg. Rich has won multiple Moth StorySLAM competitions in NY in LA, and performs at Indie shows all over Los Angeles. He was voted “most off-the-cuff storyteller” by no one.

Amanda Pomeroy. Is a freelance writer, blogger and storyteller. She specializes in inspirational comedy and works as design consultant.

Roy Cruz. A performer, visual artist and storyteller. He created the show Streep Tease: Meryl Streep Monologues by an All-Male Cast which played for three years in Los Angeles then traveled to New York, San Francisco and most recently had a Manchester production in the UK. His essay “How Faye Dunaway Saved the Christmas Pageant,” was featured in Salon.com and another essay “Janeane Garofalo’s Greasy Hair was part of an anthology of essays, Out on the Edge: America’s Rebel Comics, published in 2008. When he is not telling a story, he continues making abstract art, act and makes a succulent Caesar Salad Dressing.

Janae Williams. Originally from Los Angeles, she earned her BA in Dance from Loyola Marymount University and earned a MA in Teaching from the Universidad de Alcalá in Alcalá de Henares, Spain. She currently teaches English and fervently believes that a taco a day is the secret to happiness.

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Thursday July 25, 2019 | 7:30 PM | $15.00
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