Sez Me: The Columbia Story Hour (and a Half)

Photo: Phil Dembinski ’08Photo: Phil Dembinski ’08
Columbia will launch a new storytelling series, inviting performances from students, faculty, staff, and alumni in all disciplines.

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to attend the first-ever Sez Me: The Columbia Story Hour (and a Half). Sez Me is a new multi-disciplinary storytelling series holding its inaugural event on October 15. Performances are open to those in the nonfiction, fiction, poetry, comedy, film, theatre, and other programs. Unlike other storytelling series, Sez Me encourages and provides a space for people to share their experiences and stories outside of traditional written forms. Performances can range anywhere from a nonfiction work to a narrative contemporary dance performance.

Sez Me will be rebroadcasted on WCRX Radio, Frequency TV, and will be made available as a podcast. The theme for October’s program is “Identity.” New themes will be assigned to future Sez Me programs. To be considered for a performance spot, contact Norman Alexandroff at by Wednesday, October 10. Stories should not exceed ten minutes.

Sez Me: The Columbia Story Hour (and a Half)
Monday, October 15
5-6:30 p.m.
Library, 3rd Floor North Reading Room  
624 S Michigan