Funnier Later told by Bill Harley
Sponsored by Barnes & Thornburg
Before the Curtain Tickets: $50/Advance Only
General Admission Tickets: $35/Advance, $40/Door
Purchase online or call 317-232-1882
Signed for the deaf and hearing impaired
Two-time Grammy Award winner Bill Harley returns to Indianapolis for Storytelling Arts’ annual fundraiser. Life happens, and for decades Bill has been showing audiences that what seems like a catastrophe when it happens can turn into comedy with the passage of time. He’s an expert at identifying the comedy in the human condition. From mayhem on the last day of school to the insanity of assembling toy pirate ships at 2 a.m., Bill will revisit some of his most hilarious stories and songs, along with some well-paced and poignant observations about living on the planet.
Bill Harley uses song and story to paint a vibrant and hilarious picture of growing up, schooling and family life. His work spans the generation gap, reminds us of our common humanity and challenges us to be our very best selves. A prolific author and recording artist, Bill tours nationwide as an author, performing artist and keynote speaker. To learn more about Bill visit his website.
Before the Curtain includes a chance to chat with Bill Harley, munch on appetizers provided by Hoaglin Catering and drinks provided by Sun King Brewery and Mass. Ave. Wine. from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the Stardust Cafe at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center. Before the Curtain tickets also include reserved seating for the performance beginning at 7:30 p.m. and a dessert reception during intermission. Following intermission you are invited to support the mission of Storytelling Arts of Indiana during our “Mission Bid” auction.
General Admission tickets includes attending the performance, partaking in some fabulous desserts and participating in the “Mission Bid” Auction.
Talk of the Town is your chance to support Storytelling Arts of Indiana’s free year-round outreach programs, including bedside storytelling at a local children’s hospital and at summer day camps throughout Indianapolis.