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What is Seaside Stories?
Akin to the national storytelling event The Moth, Seaside Stories will feature members of the Scituate community —  our friends, neighbors, and local celebrities — telling 5-minute hand-picked and personal tales on the theme of “Weathering the Storm.” 

Where do the funds raised from Seaside Stories go?
All proceeds raised for this event will support the Scituate Education Foundation and its mission to fund educational programs for all ages. Last year Seaside Stories raised almost $20,000!

Who are the experts teaching the storytelling workshop?
With over 30 years combined experience teaching and telling, Andrea Lovett and Meghann Perry bring their unique workshop training series teaching “ordinary” people how to tell extraordinary true tales from their own lives.

Where will Seaside Stories take place?
Seaside Stories will take place at the Scituate Center for the Performing Arts, located at Scituate High School, 606 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy.

How much are tickets?
Advanced priced tickets are $30 per person and, if available, will be $40 at the door the night of the performance.

Is the show appropriate for children?
The content of the evening's stories are appropriate for most children ages 14+. Parents must use discretion.

Should I bring my wallet/purse to the performance?
Yes! There will be an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for Come From Away, a silent auction, and concessions for sale to enjoy in the lobby.

Where do I park?
Please park and enter the Scituate Center for the Performing Arts at the back of the building.

Can I photograph?
Please, for the comfort and safety of the performers, there is no flash photography. Additionally, we ask guests not to record any portion of the performance.

Is the Scituate Center for the Arts handicap accessible?
Yes! It is completely handicap accessible.