True Holiday-Themed Storytelling Show to Be Featured in 2015 Port Jefferson Dickens Festival

Press Release

updated: Nov 12, 2015

(mostly) TRUE THINGS is a live show featuring true stories – with a twist – performed monthly at Performing Arts Studio in Port Jefferson, NY. Special holiday-themed performances will be offered throughout the annual Port Jefferson Dickens Festival, with stories told by people from all walks of life.

There will be 4 performances of (mostly) TRUE THINGS – a monthly show that features true stories (with a twist) told live, without notes by people from all walks of life – during the 2015 Port Jefferson Dickens Festival on Saturday Dec. 5 at 2 and 7 pm , and Sunday December 6 at 2  and 5 pm, at Performing Arts Studio of New York, 224 E. Main St., Port Jefferson, NY. These shows will offer true stories on the theme “the holidays” and include stories about Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa. This unique entertainment has comedy, heart and the authenticity that audiences love about storytelling shows, but also includes a game that engages their attention and participation. All the stories in each show except one include carefully-crafted deceptions. The audience has an opportunity to question the storytellers about their stories, then votes for the person who told the unvarnished truth. Audience members who choose the correct person get a prize. Tickets are $10 if purchased online at or $15 at the door (cash only).  The ticket price includes delicious holiday-flavored coffee made fresh, as well as tea, water and cookies.

 Complete information is available at and on the (mostly) TRUE THINGS Facebook page.

“Terrific storytelling! I wish I lived closer so I could go every month!”

Jenny Drescher, CoFounder of ConnectAnd…, Owner of Bridge To Choice Coaching

 Newsday wrote a full-page feature about this show on November 19, 2014, and host/creator Jude Treder-Wolff was interviewed about it on the “Mr. Long Island” internet TV show. Complete information is available at

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