The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to Story Pirates!

The only thing cooler than a Pirate . . . is a Story Pirate.

Here’s how it works:

1.  Story Pirates is a theater company/non-profit/fun bunch that gets school kids to write stories.

2.  Then they invite those kids to the theater where the stories are performed by pro actors and improvisers.

3.  Much fun and inspiration is had by all.

They’re an incredible company that has been around since 2003, and has fans like Conan O’Brien and Jon Stewart.  Yep, so you know how The Simpsons and The Lion King can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike?  So can Story Pirates.

Oh, wait there’s one more.

4.  You can win two tickets to see them in action in this Sunday’s giveaway!

Improv is a big part of what Story Pirates do, as is story creation.  So we’re going to do an improvisational story creation right here on this blog. You ready?

It’s simple.  I’m going to write a simple sentence below.  The first person to comment is going to write a second sentence continuing my story.  The third will do the same.  The fourth will do the same.  And so on and so on.  For example . . .

Me:  Once upon a time there was a girl named Penny.

1st Commenter:  She was named Penny because her father owned a penny arcade.

2nd Commenter:  But the arcade closed when her uncle opened a quarter arcade.

Get it?  So when you read this blog, look at the LAST comment written and add on to the story.

Make sense?

Ok.  Let’s see if we can do this.  I believe in us.  I believe in us.  Keep that story going now.

Here we go!  The story starts as . . .

One upon a time there was Veterinarian named Dr. Bob.

First commenter, go!

 

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  • Sue Cohen says:

    He did not want to be a veterinarian when he was a little boy.

  • Brian says:

    He wanted to join the circus when he was a kid because he like elephants.

  • Jacob Persily says:

    He was always afraid of the elephants; yet,he felt a kindred connection to them.

  • Brance says:

    He often named the named the elephants, sometimes after the Presidents.

  • Serena says:

    As a kid he had an imaginary elephant friend named James Madison.

  • Cheryl Dzubak says:

    Dr. Bob was a modern day Dr. Doolittle.

    • Cheryl Dzubak says:

      Oops. Cancel that one. I wasn’t thinking. How about, James Madison liked to act like a monkey and eat a lot of bananas.

  • Eva says:

    Because James Madison was coconuts it inspired the hostess Dolly Madison confection

  • Calvin says:

    Being that Dolly Madison was a new elephant in the circus, an elephant he had not ever seen before, and that she was a female elephant, the younger Dr. Bob wanted to introduce Dolly to James Madison, and laid an elaborate plan to do so.

  • Shira Dickler says:

    Like all elaborate plans, Dr. Bob’s began with a ten-step process- cleverly geared towards achieving his goal of playing matchmaker to his imaginary elephant friends.

  • Roger Gindi says:

    SO he started an online dating service for imaginary elephants that was a huge success.

  • Neeta says:

    EXCEPT that one day Bob received an email from a very unhappy imaginary elephant named Monica Lewinsky who had somehow contracted a disease from an imaginary elephant she met on Bob’s dating site named . . . Hillary Clinton.

  • ECP says:

    Not on my watch, thought Dr. Bob. He sent Monica to see his twin brother Dr. Tod, a psychiatrist, who, after several sessions, told Monica she was imagining things.

  • Catherine Jampel says:

    Monica decided that Dr Tod was just not giving her any real comfort …after all she was feeling very bad about herself,so she decided to find her favorite online buddy ….Billy Clinton . She and Billy made a plan to meet up at the New York Zoo where there was a Special Elephant Walk planned teaching kids just how smart Elephants are.

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